Posts Tagged ‘Rat King’

Other Video Game Calendars Are Available

By Alice O'Connor on December 1st, 2014.

Just ride it out.

The traditional RPS Game-o-Calendar has now become a multimillion dollar spectacle, and I must say I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover who’s revealing the final game live from the crown of the Millenium Dome on Christmas Day. I can’t tell you who they are yet, but let’s just say it’ll be nice to see them, to see them nice and you won’t be bovvered as we all enjoy lorra lorra laughs about a real bobby-dazzler of a game.

But if reading about a lovely game each day is not enough, and you demand a formal advent calendar with numbers to click on and everything, here, some of those independent developers with their headstrong ways have made advent calendars.

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A Good Day To Tri Hard: TRI Released On Steam

By Graham Smith on October 15th, 2014.

Craig wrote about TRI: Of Friendship And Madness when it was a purchasable alpha. Now it’s forged a path from the floor of early access to the wall of Greenlight and finally, now, to the ceiling of a final Steam release.

Because it’s a first-person spatial puzzle game about walking on all surfaces of rooms, you see. Ha. There’s a release trailer below.

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+1 Vs Infinity: Me Against The Mutants

By Alec Meer on March 19th, 2012.

To Infinity and beyond, as long as it isn't more than about 700 pixels wide

One of many 7-Day Roguelikes created for this year’s challenge (which Mr Smith will be presenting a more fulsome guide to in the not-too-distant), free browser-based game-ette Me Against The Mutants further complicates the risk of perma-death with the concept of ‘Infinities.’ Either you’re trapped in a repeating angular vortex or you need to create one of your own in order to get the drop on dangerous enemies. Drag a square and anything it will be replicated to fill the screen – including you.
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