The old adage says two heads are better than one. There doesn’t seem to be a well-known phrase about keeping track of two heads, though. Fortunately for the gaming world, the developers at Press Play heard all of your (complete lack of) concern for this missing proverb and came up with a plan to address it in the form of Kalimba. On the mystical island of Kalimba, an evil villain has slain a benevolent shaman and scattered the heads of an all-important totem pole. But fear not, for the shaman has realized that she can posses the totem heads and … Continue reading Kalimba Proves Two Totem Heads Are Better Than One
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