Posts Tagged ‘zombie cow’

Wot I Think: Time Gentlemen, Please

By Alec Meer on July 14th, 2009.

admire my drop-shadow

This indie Britisher adventure game has been available for a couple of weeks now, for a piddling £2.99/$5. You may have heard of its precessor, the free Ben There, Dan That. But how does it compare to professional point’n'clickery of both yesterday and today? My judgement awaits…
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Carrion Reanimating! (Ouch)

By John Walker on December 1st, 2008.

Jon Blyth, everyone!

You know what there aren’t enough of? Black and white games. A few exist, but it’s a format I’d love to see someone do with a big budget. However, in the meantime, this little splodge of oddness will do. Carrion Reanimating (oof) is a small arcade game in which you must reanimate corpses of locals you have murdered in order that their visiting friends and relatives won’t be concerned. Of course.

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Zombie Cow Wants You (Well, Your Face)

By John Walker on October 8th, 2008.

Fame awaits. Tiny, tiny fame.

Ben There, Dan That developers, Zombie Cow, have a rather spiffy competition going on at their place. They’re offering to put you into their next game, the freshly announced sequel to BTDT, Time Gentlemen, Please. (Enter now before Richard Herring and Al Murray sue them out of existence.) Details below.

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Zombie Cow: No Plans To Make Forthcoming Sequel

By John Walker on September 24th, 2008.

If you didn't already, you should.

The fellows at Zombie Cow, behind the completely fantastic Ben There, Dan That ! , have announced the news that there definitely won’t be a sequel to the adventure game. No sirree. Not a chance. And want to know what should go in it.

“Oooh, Ben There, Dan That!, eh? Ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, didn’t it? I wonder how veritable heroes Dan and Ben get out of that one. Shame there’ll never ever be a sequel, simply because Donationware doesn’t really bring in enough cold, hard cash to make it economically viable.”

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