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New ‘n’ Tasty is a fantastic marriage of a really well designed puzzle platformer and a deep, social story that is just as meaningful now as it was back when it was originally released. You can tell that Just Add Water have cra...
Terrian Saga: KR-17 feels like a tribute. It isn't trying to be new, but it does old very, very well – and whether it interests you is likely to depend on whether you see that as something out-dated or as old-school fun.
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