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Valve Unveils Steam Greenlight

Valve Unveils Steam Greenlight So you’re part of a group of developers who are creating the next big Minecraft, but you’ve hit a snag: you don’t know how to release your game! Sure, you could go with Origin, who’s promising that you’ll keep all the profits for the first three months, but let’s be...
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The Journey Down Sees A 50% Price Cut

The Journey Down Sees A 50% Price Cut If point and click adventure games are your forte, you’ve likely heard of The Journey Down. This is an awesome game with beautiful visuals and music, as well as some fun puzzles to work through. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to nab this game just yet, I have some good news for...
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First Person Tutor Is An Addictive Browser Game

First Person Tutor Is An Addictive Browser Game Throughout school, you learned to dread the red pen. Whether it be a test or a paper, you knew that if there was red all over it, something was wrong, and you were in trouble. Though it sucked to deal with a terrible grade, you’ve likely wondered what it might be like to be on the other side of the...
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Ninja Exorcist Is Ridiculously Brutal, And We Like It That Way

Ninja Exorcist Is Ridiculously Brutal, And We Like It That Way We all secretly want to be ninjas. Whether or not you’re fighting for the greater good, evil, or your own purposes, the thought of sneaking around and killing someone before they even notice is kind of awesome. The only part most of us may have a hard time with, is going through all of the rigorous...
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Minecraft Offering LAN support

Minecraft Offering LAN support In the days of yore, before broadband internet really burst onto the scene, you didn’t have too many choices when it came to playing with your friends in games. Some games could support internet play over dial-up modems, but if you wanted anything resembling a fast ping speed you were screwed. In...
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Botanicula Has A Browser Demo For All To Play

Botanicula Has A Browser Demo For All To Play Botanicula is a very interesting game in which a group of little tree creatures are trying to save a seed from some nasty parasites. This point and click adventure made its debut during a Humble Bundle back in April, and it’s pretty adorable. Everything looks very dreamlike, and it has some enjoyable...
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StarForge Is All Of Your Favorite Games In One

StarForge Is All Of Your Favorite Games In One If you were to ask a crowd of gamers what their favorite game would be, chances are you’re going to get a wide array of answers. It sort of makes you wonder what a game would be like if you smooshed a bunch of really awesome games together into one. From the looks of things, StarForge is going to be...
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Humble Indie Bundle V Makes Some Serious Cash At Closing

Humble Indie Bundle V Makes Some Serious Cash At Closing Well well, it seems as though the Humble Bundle went way over the top by hitting the $5.1 million mark at its close. This was only the work of two weeks, so you can imagine the surprise of the developers, the charity organizations, and the people who run Humble Bundle. The exact amount that they raked in...
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