The legacy created by LucasArts has stretched farther than any hyperspace drive could ever go. Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler is one of those games. We played it, and it’s completely awesome.
The Thimbleweed Park Sheriff has formally closed the ongoing investigation into the dead body under the bridge citing lack of evidence, dwindling interest, and a desire to get home by 8:00pm to watch wrestling. The murder victim is believed to be a European visitor with no ties to the local community. The unsolved murder is the latest in a series of suspicious events that include the sudden death of town founder Chuck Edmund and the mysterious disappearance of his brother, Franklin. In the course of the investigation, the Thimbleweed Park Sheriff’s Department raised suspicions about two uninvited federal agents, disgraced … Continue reading Thimbleweed Park Murder Mystery Comes To PC, Mac and Xbox
The Dwarves has received a major update, adding a complete new gameplay experience. With ‘Challenges’, players are given access to three different game modes. First is Horde Mode where the heroes fight against a vast enemy army that grows in numbers and difficulty from wave to wave. Time Challenge demands players to kill all opponents as fast as possible, whilst in Chase, the goal is to capture a running Orc with his rucksack, while hacking and slashing through his comrades. These new modes can be played directly from the main menu. To add a competitive edge, players will earn points … Continue reading The Dwarves Adds Three New Game Modes
With so many great indie games to choose from this year, Drew and Chella have whittled it down to the essential 7 must play indies of 2017. This week’s Argue the Toss podcast is all about those quality games with something different to offer.
Pavilion is a hauntingly beautiful puzzle game with a gorgeous art style and some interesting levels, plus a surreal, dreamlike quality. Anyone who enjoyed Monument Valley, or who loves unique puzzle experiences in general, should certainly give Pavilion a go.
Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and a fan of Disasterpeace, today announced that “Natural Disasters,” the upcoming expansion for Cities: Skylines from developer Colossal Order, will be available worldwide on November 29, 2016. Natural Disasters will add a new set of emergent emergencies to Cities: Skylines, including tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, forest fires, meteor strikes, and more.
After a very successful spell on Early Access it is now time for the official launch of The Curious Expedition. German indie studio Maschinen-Mensch today confirmed September 2nd as the launch date of their roguelike on PC, Mac and Linux. It’ll be available on Steam, GOG and the Humble Store for $/€ 14.99, with a 15% discount during the first week on sale.
Those who work all day on their computers and then spend their free time gaming might notice a bit of strain by bedtime. The Penclic Mini Keyboard and mouse are designed to counter that problem, offering an ergonomic alternative that works for work or play. We take this Swedish hardware for a game-binging spin this week.
Soldak Entertainment today announced a new, updated Zombasite demo. Zombasite is a zombie apocalypse action RPG set in a dynamic, evolving, fantasy world for Windows, Mac, and Linux. There have been over 600 changes since the first version of the demo. About Zombasite: The dark elves have always played god by creating and enhancing underworld slave creatures. As they watched a horde of zombies destroy the huge demon city Kraval, the dark elves were tantalized by the devastating power of uncontrolled zombies, and desired to control and increase it. When they wove their dominating magic into a few captive zombies … Continue reading Slodak Announces Free Zombasite Demo
Crimson Room: Decade is a cute little locked room type of puzzler that can keep you busy for a greatly varying length of time, depending upon the player. It’s based on the classic 2004 title, but makes lots of improvements.