Posts Tagged ‘Doctor Entertainment’

Get Down For Gear Up

By Ben Barrett on July 25th, 2014.

I don’t think I’ve seen a trailer quite so excited about itself as the one that follows for free-to-play multiplayer tank battler Gear Up. It’s aggressively in your face about how up-beat and colourful it is. Thankfully it also does a good job of showing off the build ‘n’ fight core and the impressively massive selection of customisation options available for your angry house. Like some sort of twisted, awesome future Robot Wars, it has walkers and tank treads and mortars and cannons and, uh, antlers. Yeah. Have a look.

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A Couple Of Hours With: Puzzle Dimension

By John Walker on July 13th, 2010.

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Last month a puzzle game appeared from Jesper Rudberg (16th century bishop of Skara, Sweden) and Anders Pistol (Swedish latinist and medievalist), now working under the name Doctor Entertainment, and Jim told you this. It’s called Puzzle Dimension. I was reminded of it by GameTrailers, as they sometimes do, peculiarly posting the “debut trailer” a month late. I’m glad they did, as it led me to play it, and it’s rather good.

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Lost In Spatial: Puzzle Dimension

By Jim Rossignol on June 21st, 2010.


This morning’s RPS inbox contained a missive from from Doctor Entertainment, founded by Jesper Rudberg and the splendidly named Anders Pistol, who mentioned that their new game, Puzzle Dimension, was available on Steam. To be honest, I kind of ignored it because there’s no demo, but I just had a look at the trailer (below), and it’s intriguing. Reminds me of an old Amiga puzzler I can’t quite recollect the name of… Has anyone picked it up? Any thoughts?
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