Posts Tagged ‘Ditto’

Swanker Planets: Planeter Deluxe Released

Yeah these are deluxe planets all right - you can tell by the seams.

I used to be like you, you know. I was into planets, just any old planets. If I was on it, sure, it was good enough for me. I enjoyed leaping around miniature planets causing trouble in Planeter [official page], unaware they were even regular planets. No more. I’m a deluxe planet person now, baby. It’s the good stuff from here on. Stick with me doll and you’ll be awash with top rocks.

After releasing Planeter for free, see, creator Ditto has gone back and made a “deluxe edition” with prettier planets and more aliens and a pay-what-you-want minimum of $3 (¬£2.30-ish including tax).

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Leap From Planet To Planet Causing Mischief In Planeter

You bet I threw that green guy into space!

What a fine week this is for leaping around fields of planetoids and swirling in their gravity! John took a shine to Gravity Ghost, and today I’m charmed by the free Planeter [official site].

Scamper around a garden of little planets, taking in a chill soundtrack and the pleasant colours of the flora and fauna. And maybe get a bit mischievous and start picking the fauna up. And taking them to other planets. And throwing them into space. But being chill, of course. We’re chill. (Do we still say chill? By ‘we’ I mean us young people.)

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Freeware Garden: Hets

Freeware Garden searches the corners of the internet to highlight one free game every day.

I take it hets isn’t a reference to the Argentinean Querand√≠ mountain tribe of the Pampas. It probably isn’t even aware of Bergman’s 1944 short movie either, though there’s definitely something sadistic to it. I mean, teasing a “very evil final boss” really isn’t such a nice thing to do, especially considering I’ll never get to meet the thing. So, yeah, sadism and thus also a unique kind of pleasure.

hets is unashamedly, brutally and in a way wisely hard. Or, at the very least, it does feel so to me.

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