Posts Tagged ‘Neutronized’

Yes: Roar Rampage Now Playable

By Nathan Grayson on April 20th, 2012.

Remember Roar Rampage? You know, the dino demolition masterpiece¬†John spotted a few weeks ago? Well, you can play it now. I just hopped in the ring and put in a few rounds of space-lizard-vs-an-entire-city boxing action myself, and was surprised to discover a subtly nuanced, brain-bendingly strategic experience. OK, I’m lying. But I was able to block bullets and missiles with my XXXXXXXXL boxing gloves, so it’s a bit more than physics-based structure uppercutting (structurecutting?) – but thankfully, not much. Sometimes, all I want out of my games is to punch helicopters into other helicopters. Roar Rampage approached me – a look of oddly stern determination plastered across its face and elbow pads fitted just so¬†- and granted that innermost of wishes. Then it patted me on the back, said everything was going to be OK, and lumbered off into the sunset. Then it punched the sunset – right in its big, dumb face.

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Neutronized’s Roar Rampage Is The Best Of All Games

By John Walker on March 29th, 2012.

YES.

I have no way of knowing that for sure, not having played it. But I’ve looked at it. I’ve watched a video of it on the internet, and I’ve pasted it below. If you watch it I’ll think you’ll find yourself agreeing that Neutronized‘s Roar Rampage is indeed the best of all games.

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Off Kilter: Sky Island

By Lewie Procter on July 12th, 2011.


Remember Fez? The perspective shifting 2D platformer where you can shift your perspective around? Hang on, haven’t we been here before? Yes, Sky Island is not the first game to be, uh, heavily influenced by Fez, but it’s a good spot of fun, and you get to use mouselook to rotate your perspective. Read the rest of this entry »

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On The Blob: Slime Laboratory

By John Walker on July 11th, 2011.

Science in action.

Your Monday lunchtime entertainment comes in the form of Slime Laboratory by Neutronized. It’s a web game in which you play a blob of slime. Wot jumps. It’s a very decent platform game, which awakens parts of my brain asleep since 1989. Lots of fun ideas, demands for careful jumping, and importantly, reversed gravity. The only issue I’ve been having is the frustration of the slime refusing to jump upward when near a vertical surface. That is eight rubbishes. But beyond that, this is an excellent time killer. Start killing your time.

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