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Blurst’s Paper Moon: Now Live

By Alec Meer on May 2nd, 2009.

Yes, the latest digi-delight from the goodly Minotaur Chinashop / Offroad Velicoraptor Safari chaps is now up and running for your cost-free enjoyment. Go, go, go! These people make excellent games.

John shared some details earlier in the week, but there our words shall rest for now, as it is currently past the witching hour on Britisher shores and the Hivemind must retire to its briny jar-bath for the night. Thoughts on this pretty thing – which has splendid shades of Braid and Paper Mario – to follow at a later date, now doubt.

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It’s Only A Paper Moon

By John Walker on April 28th, 2009.

Awwww.

The first details have just this minute appeared about Flashbang Studio‘s next game, via that traditional route of an article in the Wall Street Journal. Many were expecting the next of their six Blurst games planned for this year to be Crane Wars, especially after a prototype was made available last month. However, this Friday brings the surprise appearance of Paper Moon, described by the WSJ as, “a monochromatic jaunt through a dreary landscape as players control the scenery to advance through the stages.”

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