Posts Tagged ‘Tasty Tea’

A Brew-lliant Idea: Ampu-Tea

By Craig Pearson on July 10th, 2013.

Keep Calm And Blargleflargle
The reason tea is so ubiquitous in Britain is because it is easy to make. It allows us to devote time to other British pursuits, like apologising or being flooded. You put the bag in the water and then you have tea. All you need is patience and working limbs. If you take away even one of those, then tea-making grinds (hah!) to a halt. Ampu-Tea is a survival horror game (if you’re British) about a soldier attempting to make tea with his newly attached robot limb. It’s like Surgeon Simulator 2013, but with mugs. The man in the trailer below is also quick to temper, which makes tea-ing even harder. Ah, post-traumatic stress. Hilarious!
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Playful: Smart People Plus RPS-Games-Ramble

By Kieron Gillen on October 23rd, 2008.

Sexy!

Completely forgot to mention this. The Thinkosium – sold out within hours and we’ve just had the final guest confirm, who’s a splendid addition – is obviously the biggie, but there’s more to RPS and the London Games Fringe than that. I’m actually speaking at Playful, which is a day long event on the 31st of October where various chaps and chapesses have a good old ramble. And there’s a video of me yabbering beneath the cut about what I plan to speak about…
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