Posts Tagged ‘Dumb and Fat’

Perfection Isn’t, But Still A Quiet, Calming Puzzler

By John Walker on September 4th, 2013.

Well, no it quite clearly isn't.

Perfection is a silly name to give a game. It’s asking for trouble. It’s also an extremely odd choice for this peculiar-yet-enticing puzzle game, since it absolutely does not require anything close. Instead this is about chopping up odd geometric shapes to approximate a target shape. It should have been called Approximate. And then it would have avoided all this complaining.

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Impressions: Phantasmaburbia

By Alec Meer on November 2nd, 2012.

Phantasmaburbia isn’t just a word with far too many syllables in it – it’s also the title of an indie RPG that’s perhaps best described as suburban Final Fantasy. Or teenage Ghostbusters. Or squad-based Poltergeist.
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