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Too Many Games: Little Inferno

Hmm. This is a statement game, pretty directly. It’s coming hot on the heels of a very directly entertaining game, World of Goo. World of Goo is pretty much just a neat puzzle game, with a slightly sinister overlay of story and art elements. 448 more words

Too Many Games

Steam Challenge - World of Goo

This is part of my Steam Challenge Series (the full list is here).

I’ve come to devise a new system for my steam challenge – I’ve put all of the pure puzzle games in their own category, and thus they don’t muddy the waters when it comes time to choose my next game. 459 more words

Steam Challenge

GOG Release: "World of Goo"

There’s something intrinsically motivating about building things as high as possible, so 2D Boy‘s physics-based World of Goo is just a consequence of that compulsive and fun experience, and now it’s finally available on… 220 more words

Gaming

World of Goo: el juego que no puede faltar en el teléfono

World of Goo es un juego que tiene sus años, pero es el nombre del juego que no puede faltar en el teléfono. Además de ser entretenido y tener buenas gráficas, funciona sin conexión a internet. 150 more words

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Game of the Year” -MetaCritic, IGN, TouchArcade, Rock Paper Shotgun, GameTunnel
Best Games for Android lists – NYTimes, techcrunch, pocketgamer, androidpolice, mashable, and many more… 365 more words

Android Games

Amazon Offering More Than $100 in Free Android Apps

Amazon is offering a deal in its App Store that will get you more than $100 in free (usually premium) apps now through Halloween.  Here are some of the highlights: 42 more words

Gamers

Little Inferno Video Game Review

Wow…where do I begin with this game?  Created by the Tomorrow Corporation, who also created the awesome puzzle game World Of Goo on the Wii, Little Inferno is set in a Tim Burtoneque town where the world is getting colder, and the only way to stay alive is by buying stuff, and then burning it in a massive fire.   371 more words

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