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Videoball

1 year ago

Feature: It takes all sports

Have You Played… VIDEOBALL?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time. VIDEOBALL is no Rocket League, but it is a pretty neat take on multiplayer ball-wrangling, breaking down various rulesets to make a game that is just sort of Sport rather than any particular sport.

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2 years ago

Videoball Is Out Now, Now You Can Videoball

With all the European football out of the way the whole continent is currently nursing a sporty hangover. So there's never been a better time to sit inside and play pretend sports. Videoball [official site] (or VIDEOBALL for the caps lock inclined) is a sport you can pretend to play right now because it came out this week. Come and learn more about it and…

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Videoball’s Final Trailer Heralds July 12th Release

The RPS Euro 2016 sweepstakes have been formed and in the random draw I have been assigned Portugal. That's not a bad pick and I'm particularly pleased to be matched against Alec's Iceland in the first match. If you're not familiar with the rules of football however, you might like to check out the final trailer for Videoball [official site]. It's being released on July…

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5 years ago

Feature: Gush with love

S.EXE: OutRun 2006

The sound of the sea on the menu of the classic arcade racer OutRun 2006 is drifting through Tim Rogers’ Oakland apartment. For whatever reason I find myself in the ex-Grasshopper Manufacture designer’s house, and this guy is making a game, ‘Videoball’, that demands that the voice actor on his new game sound like she comes from OutRun 2006. So I am playing OutRun 2006.…

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Feature: Lights Out, Guerrilla Video

Watch: Binding Of Isaac-Ish Wizard’s Lizard, Promising Indies

I recently attended a San Francisco indie event called Good Game Club, and it was, er, good. There were games as far as the eye could see... well, except for where the walls were dotted, spotted, and blotted with art. It took place in an art gallery, though, so that - arguably *a little* more so than rows of clickity clacking PC game terminals -…

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