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Cross Your Fingers, Cross Your Eyes: The Danger Field

By John Walker on August 14th, 2012.

It doesn't work here, silly.

You will hopefully remember the absolutely fantastic Record Tripping – a game from Bell Brothers that has you scrubbing your scroll wheel to fast-forward and rewind time to solve puzzles. Those Brothers have announced a new game, and while all that exists just now is a one-screen prototype, once I finally understood how it worked I realised I had to let you know. The Danger Field is a stereoscopic game, that relies on your going cross-eyed to experience a 3D effect. And here’s the thing – it works.

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Hit The Decks: Record Tripping

By John Walker on February 16th, 2010.

Go on, guess what kind of game it is from this screenshot.

This is rather awesome. A webgame called Record Tripping. The game is controlled with your mousewheel, which acts as a means of record scratching. Beginning with a record player, then expanding the idea into increasingly obscured scenarios, you control the playing of a passage from Alice In Wonderland. Scroll up to scratch forward, back to to go backward. Then holding down the left mouse button will slow the record down. There’s a background track for each of the five chapters, and three difficulty levels for each chapter.

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