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Chime

2 years ago

Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma Released On PC

Say, do you like life-or-death decisions, puzzles, room escapes, and murderous scenarios which force you into all of the aforementioned? If so, do have a look at Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma [official site]. The third and final game in the horror trilogy started by Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors has launched on PC - only two days after the Vita and 3DS releases.…

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8 years ago

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Chime review

Chime has come from the land of not-PC to the land of PC, via Steam with proper geek-power Still-Alive to round off its fine line up of bald techno-men (and Philip Glass). So, with controller abandoned and mouse held mightily in my paw, I have a look at this music-adorned charity-infused puzzler and tell you Wot I think...

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Chime On Steam And We Have Some Codes

UPDATE: Codes sent out! Thanks for entering. Codes for you! But only ten. We're going to have to devise some manner of competition to distribute them in a useful way. Head below the click for details on that. But what is Chime? Well it's a musical puzzle game where the levels are set to soundtracks by Orbital's Phil Hartnoll, Moby, Philip Glass, Markus Schulz and…

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Portal’s Still Alive In Chime

So as we previously mentioned Zoe Mode are bringing out their charity-helping puzzle Chime on Steam, and it's now available to preorder. But they've also tuned it to their new target audience, because the additional level on PC is Still Alive, the track from the end of Portal, written by Jonathan Coulton and performed by Ellen McLain. You can see how that works as a…

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Put A Ring On It: Chime

There's a charity-based theme to my posts today, it seems. You know Chime? Zoe Mode-developed 360 casual music-based puzzle game developed pro bono for the OneBigGame (meaning some money goes to Save the Children and the Starlight Children's Foundation)? Features music by Philip Glass, Orbital, Moby and other folks? Always reminded me of Qix with a bit of a beat? Quite good, apparently? Anyway, it's…

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