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DLC Quest: Live Freemium or Die is another great game from Going Loud Studios. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry - well, mostly you’ll just laugh, but who wants to cry anyway? Loaded with retro platforming and old school jokes, I can’t ...
Bit.Trip presents...Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien is great fun. It’s colorful and quirky; it’s musical and fun; and it’s unlike most things you’ve seen, yet oh so familiar at the same time. With loads of replay value a...
With tons of hidden areas to find, some seriously weird opponents to slay (pancakes? Why on Earth would I want to kill pancakes? They’re delicious!), and flat-out fun cooperative play, Serious Sam Double D XXL has a lot to of...
The Cave was a game I was really looking forward too – based on the performance of games I’ve been looking forward to over the last year I was worried The Cave might also disappoint. No such problem here though as Double Fine ...
Both games earned their popularity on the funky sense of humor inherent in every aspect of ToeJam & Earl. From little comments like “ToeJam is a weiner” to levels like Mac Daddy Meadow to tools like the funk scan, there is a qu...
Pid has some great things going for it. Well realised dream world. Impressive art style. A great hark back to the older titles that relied on puzzle rooms and slow, steady exploration of a unique and quirky world. It’s just ...
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