Here’s a micro-platformer for you to have a bit of fun with. Platforming isn’t all rescuing princesses from castles and saving the world: Sometimes it’s just about cold hard business. Saving the Company is a devious tale of corporate rebellion in the face of plummeting stock prices, and it sees you attempting to enact a company rescue & recovery strategy, through puzzle solving platforming. Sort of. Read the rest of this entry »
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By Lewie Procter on September 13th, 2011.
By Jim Rossignol on October 12th, 2009.
NoOOoo. I’m going to sit here and play this one through to completion too, aren’t I? Hey, there’s even a level editor this time, putting me at risk of user-made levels. Demolition City 2 also throws in some kind of money system, new dynamite types, a map to chart your progression through various historical demolition zones, and features also has the same peculiarly hypnotic music. Sadly it lacks the EXPLOSION! graphic of the original game, and can therefore been seen as an over-ambitious sequel that forgot its roots. Or something.
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- Sakkura : “Then drag Valve before the European Court of Justice and kick their ass. Should be pretty easy seeing as there's clear precedent.” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry Hatred Of Human Nature
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