Posts Tagged ‘polarity’

But Will It Polarise Opinion? Polarity On PC

By Jim Rossignol on August 5th, 2013.


Polarity, a lo-fi first-person puzzler originally intended as an Ouya exclusive for some reason, will be coming to PC. In brief: “Polarity is a first person puzzle game based around hacking into a secure virtual world to steal data fragments….for money. You play a glorified data thief, essentially.” As part of their plan to bring this experience to PC, Polarity has appeared on Greenlight, and the devs are asking for your vote. They also support Oculus Rift, for all you goggle-fans. There are goggle-fans out there, right?

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Tiny World Tour: Ludum Dare 23

By Adam Smith on April 30th, 2012.

Ludum Dare 23, get your Ludum Dare 23 here! I’ve gathered together eleven of my favourites from the recent 48 hour compo/jam, although that’s not to say I’ve played all 1,402 of the entries. The theme was ‘Tiny World’ and below you’ll find a musical, an existential microjaunt, a personbreeding simulation and a space cat trader, with other delights sprinkled about. There are also unconventional marks out of ten, based on number of graphics, similarity to Tetris and inclusion of comical readme file.

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