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Notch Talks About Minecraft And Steam

Notch Talks About Minecraft And Steam When it comes to the world of gaming, there are two men two seem as though they can do no wrong: Gabe and Notch. Gabe (and through him, Valve) has given us Steam, Half-Life, Team Fortress 2, and more hats than you can shake a sandvich at. Notch, of course, became the hero of indie games, by making a small...
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Indie Royale July Jubilee Bundle

Indie Royale July Jubilee Bundle Are you looking for a couple of new games to pass the time? Buying a bundle is always a good way to do just that, and you can expect that you’re going to get more than your moneys worth out of this one. The Indie Royale July Jubilee only has about 6 days left, so now is the time to act. As I’m...
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Tower Wars Is More Than Your Regular Tower Defense Game

Tower Wars Is More Than Your Regular Tower Defense Game Supervillain Studios has been hard at work on a game called Tower Wars. It does have tower defense elements, but it is much more than that. You’ll be challenged with real-time strategy and some good ole-fashioned multiplayer madness set in a steampunk realm. In essence, this is tower defense meets...
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Unmechanical: Trying To Escape The Belly Of The Beast

Unmechanical: Trying To Escape The Belly Of The Beast Everyone loves robots, and you all know it to be true. When robots can fly and look indifferent to the rest of the world, it makes them adorable. As the main character of Unmechanical carries both of these traits, he falls under the aforementioned category. This is a student project gone wild as a year and...
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SanJigenjiten Helps You Learn How To Speak A New Language

SanJigenjiten Helps You Learn How To Speak A New Language Learning a new language can be pretty overwhelming. There’s so much to know, especially if it’s something like Japanese that has three different alphabets, and a strange grammatical structure. If you’re wondering where to start, building a good vocabulary base is a nice beginning...
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Star Command Wants To Make It To PC And Mac Through Kickstarter

Star Command Wants To Make It To PC And Mac Through Kickstarter Do you like flying through space and controlling a crew of your very own? How about having a customized ship and fighting off alien races? Should these be things that are of interest to you, you might like Star Command. This game will let you explore the universe, hire crew members and level them up, and...
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Super Amazing Wagon Adventure Is The Oregon Trail We All Remember

Super Amazing Wagon Adventure Is The Oregon Trail We All Remember Years ago, you might have played a game called Oregon Trail. While you loved it to death, it could be a bit trying at times. However, that is now so far back in your memory, that all you can remember is playing it, and not much in the way of details. If you would like to relive some of those glorious days...
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Retro Gaming: A Difficulty Curveball

Retro Gaming: A Difficulty Curveball   I’ve heard it said many times during conversations that involve ongoing fits of nostalgia: “They just don’t make games like they used to.”  Players claim that games now are made to baby the player, and are nowhere near as challenging (or as good) as the rage-enducing games from the early...
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