Posts Tagged ‘glitches’

Freeware Garden: Slumber Shine

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on November 4th, 2014.

In Slumber Shine you play as Zane and wake up to the sky falling. Criminally, this doesn’t lead to an Asterix joke or at least a small tiny reference to the magnificent Gaul, but those angsty games usually don’t do humour. Please though, do not hold such trivialities against Slumber Shine for it is freeware, pure of heart and worthy of your time.

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Video Horror: Ain’t No Party Like A Glitchy SpyParty

By Graham Smith on January 10th, 2014.

Throw your hands in the air, then merge them into your torso like you just don't care.

Sometimes glitches and bugs are more than mere annoyances. Sometimes they’re joyful farce, as in Soldner. Sometimes they turn patch notes into a kind of poetry. Sometimes, as in the SpyParty video below, they’re shrieking nightmare fuel that will keep you awake at night for weeks to come.
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