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30th April 2013
If you've been glued to the internet around the start of the year (And, let's face it, a lot of us are like that), then you will have seen a few videos on YouTube, and on Global Game Jam displaying an indie game about the trials and tribulations of a one armed surgeon, and his battle with a runaway >>
8th November 2012
When you think of Hell, and the underworld, you normally think of fiery pits of horror, sadistic demons ready to torture helpless souls, and endless repeats of Deal or No Deal. Well you'd be mostly right: The residents of Hell also love a bit of celebrity gossip, as shown when you play Hell Yeah!
24th October 2012
Oh those crazy New York Zoo animals. Causing trouble wherever they go. They crashed into Madagascar, barrelled through Africa, and now they're turning Europe into a place of wackiness and insanity.
16th October 2012
Grab your thick rimmed hipster glasses, put on your unbranded super skinny jeans, and start playing the latest unplugged album from the underground sensation "The Tartan Jumpsuit Exchange"
11th September 2012
Mobile phones today seem to have to ability to do just about everything: Order food online, take a grainy photo of a doughnut, and even tell you who played Gandalf.
27th August 2012
The game revolves around a spikey green blob, who is the victim of scientific testing on a regular basis. Naturally, it’s less than enthusiastic by this deal, so escapes, freeing his other blobby friends in the process. What follows is this little guy’s quest to eat anything and everything that >>
12th June 2012
Controls are very easy to get used to; A to jump, X to attack, and Y & B to unleash some very unique special attacks, which offer some degree of tactical advantages. It only took me a few seconds to memorise the controls and I was shooting away with the other, more seasoned players - still ended up >>
7th May 2012
Imagine, if Conan the Barbarian and Braveheart spent a drunken night together and things took a chemical turn for the freaky. Now imagine if nine months later a new badass warrior was born (don't ask me how). If it did happen he could well be the star of a new Xbox Live Arcade game called >>
24th April 2012
Let’s face it, 2D platforming is the treasured gem from our past. Polytron has given us a new platformer; Fez, which hopes to give a new dimension to 3D.
17th April 2012
To me, a good game has to have a well told story. I don’t care about fancy graphics, multiplayer and unlockables. Give me a game with a story that grabs me by the ears and drags me in, and I’ll be happy.
28th March 2012
There have been quite a few 'post apocalypse/survival' games out there but what we need is a game that makes a future wasteland more unforgiving and… well, plausible. Does 'I Am Alive' mange to pull this off?
19th March 2012
Mechanical robots? Made from metal? HA! Too mainstream. I prefer my mass produced beings to be made of water. And how about a futuristic setting? Oh no… Let’s have everything steampunk. Now where would I find such a game? Oh, look, we have Vessel, a new indie game on Steam.
24th February 2012
Q.U.B.E is a another physics based puzzle game in the vein of Portal and Valve; manipulating the environment to reach the next section. To do this, you are given a pair of glowing gloves, which are used to interact with various coloured cubes.