Posts Tagged ‘ClickShake’

Wot I Think: The Ballads Of Reemus

This can be seen in all ants' eyes.

We’ve seen inside the strange head of Jay “Zeebarf” Ziebarth before, with The Visitor, and its follow-up, Massacre At Camp Happy. Along with Steve “EntropicOrder” Castro (who needs a nickname when you’ve got “Castro”?), they are ClickShake Games, and they’ve just put out the first commercial episode of their Reemus series, The Ballads Of Reemus: When The Bed Bites. It’s rather good. Here’s Wot I Think.

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The Visitor: Massacre At Camp Happy

A nice image to start the day.

Way back in 2007, when the world was still a baby, we mentioned the peculiar, gruesome Flash game, The Visitor. Playing as an alien worm-like creature, you had to eat, mutate and mutilate your way through some simple point-and-click challenges. At the time I said that there was a larger project in the works, and now there’s some evidence of it. The Visitor: Massacre At Camp Happy. It’s a genre change for the worm, now a third-person top-down mutilate-em-up, as you chomp your way through a campsite. The new trailer is below, and it’s well worth watching until the people start popping.

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