Posts Tagged ‘web games’

Goodbye Productivity: Twenty Is The New Threes

By Jem Alexander on May 15th, 2015.

Just when you thought it was safe to go back onto the Internet, some joker launches a new super simple, ultra addictive puzzle game. For free. What a monster.

Twenty has more than a passing resemblance to Threes, and it’s similar in that you combine numbered cards in a grid to create bigger numbers without running out of space. However, numbers in Twenty are combined by dragging them freely around that grid, and new lines appear at the bottom of the screen every time you hit a time limit or run out of moves. In this way, it shifts the focus away from careful strategy and towards Tetris-like reflexive decision-making. It’s a good time.

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Interview: Channel 4’s Alice Taylor & Jo Twist

By Keza MacDonald on November 10th, 2010.

This looks familiar.

As you’ll see if scroll down a bit and your eyes still work, Channel 4 Education revealed ten new webgames from British studios this morning. We sent roving reporter Keza MacDonald to speak to the Commissioning Editors for Education, Alice Taylor and Jo Twist, over three cups of coffee and a ridiculous over-abundance of pastry treats. Wish to read comforting things about how lovely the British indie scene is, why PC webgames are the most effective way of peddling subtle education messages, and how susceptible teenagers are to evil videogames? It’s all just down there.

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Channel 4 Reveals Next Wave Of Games

By Keza MacDonald on November 10th, 2010.

Quite literally a logo, as there's no assets yet.

Today Channel 4 unveiled a new selection of gently educational web gamelets for 2011, funded by its educational division. Like this year’s previous commissions, which included Littleloud’s The Curfew, Zombie Cow’s Privates, and SuperMe – a whole set of games from Preloaded intended to make teenagers “better at life” by mucking about on the internet – they’re all being made by UK indies. What are the titles? Who’s involved? Should we be paying attention?

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