Posts Tagged ‘Data Jammers: FastForward’

Indie Royale Bundle Defends Some Dungeons

By Jim Rossignol on May 4th, 2012.


Rather good fantasy multiplayer tower defence thing, Dungeon Defenders (Wot I Think), is at the heart of the May Indie Royale bundle. The minimum at the time of writing is £3.26, and for that you get Dungeon Defenders, Containment: The Zombie Puzzler, Data Jammers: FastForward, Brainpipe – A Plunge to Unhumanity, and Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space. Paying over $7 worth of cash gets you the musical bonus of this chiptune album.

Right. That’s all the bundle news for now. Unless anyone wants to launch one by surprise in the next few minutes? No? Another cup of tea then, I think.

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Attracktive: Data Jammers FastForward

By Adam Smith on October 24th, 2011.

I wanted to make a joke about data-marmalade, but it would have been rubbish so I didn't

New from Digital Eel, the wonderbrains behind Weird Worlds and Strange Adventures in Infinite Space, Data Jammers: FastForward is reminiscent of all that is good in the world. Or at least some of the things that are good in the world, like Tempest and speeding through cyberspace. The demo of this wireframey hacking-as-racing delight has been entertaining me for the past few minutes and the full version, available for $9.95, is clamouring for my attention. But my attention is needed elsewhere, so I leave it to others to discover its myriad joys. Observe the trailer, with obligatory posh-voiced computer lady.

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