Posts Tagged ‘kongregate’

To The Big Smoke: Loondon

Good morning, internet. Did you have a good weekend? It’s cold here. I’m warming up with some tea and a dreamy little adventure game over on Kongregate. It’s called Loondon, and it be a point-n’-click that tells the tale of a wandering hunchback. It’s rather beautiful. Why not take a look?

Thanks, Jack.

Lambs To The Slaughter: Civilizations Wars

Two hours! Two! Hours! Gone, lost to idly clicking on the first link I saw on Kongregate. I should be asleep now, dreaming about [CENSORED] with [CENSORED], wearing a top hat made of [CENSORED]. Two hours! Sigh. Well, at least I enjoyed them. I’m sure someone will be able to tell me Civilizations Wars (ouch – that hurts to say/type) is exactly like some obscure Spectrum title from 1986 that I’ve never heard of, but that doesn’t stop this wantonly wasteful of lives RTS from being a coldhearted delight.
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Vox Populi Vox Dei (a werewolf thriller)

It’s werewolf o’clock. Reader Ian Hetherington says he sent us a link to Kongregate game Vox Populi Vox Dei (a werewolf thriller) “because a combination of platforming and punching werewolves to death seems like RPS’ sort of thing.” Hrm. Well Ian, we can’t say we disagree with you. The game itself is a mixture of subtle pixel art, punching werewolves to death, tricky timing, and mild annoyance. Some of the werewolf-passing puzzles vexed me mightily, but overall I give it some stars out of an arbitrary total. Good job.