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Posts tagged “Blurst”

Raptor Safari’s Bubble Blursts

I am sadface, king of sorrow. Dino-biffing remake/sequel Off-Road Velociraptor Safari HD has been more-or-less cancelled. Boo! High concept heroes Flashbang seem to have had a hard time of things lately. Double-boo! They're not sure whether or not their future holds more absurd delights such as Minotaur Chinashop and Time Donkey. Boo-to-infinity! Best of luck to the good ship Flashbang/Blurst, whatever they do next. You…

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The Bubble Blursts

Oft-RPS-championed Flashbang have just celebrated their Blurst site's one-year celebration. However, perhaps somewhat muting the cheers, they've announced they're changing course. We talked about their one-game-every-eight-weeks cycle before. We've enjoyed the fruits of their labour. But no more! It seems they simply haven't gained the audience they were hoping for, so they're changing course and making a full-retail version of Off-Road Velociraptor Safari instead. More…

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Brill Bumper Blurst Hyper-Bargain

If you've been following the Blurst gaming phenomenon you'll know that their superlative-invoking games have been free in an embedded web-player version for some time now. However, they've now launched a bundle of Time Donkey, Crane Wars, Raptor Safari, and Blush for a handsome $20. These mean full-screen, unlimited version of each of these games for - no, wait, you can use the coupon code…

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Un Taco Por Favor: ┬íTime Donkey!

The latest Blurst game has been released, which is always a pleasure to say. Time Donkey, the Cursor*10-meets-platformer thing of extraordinariness is now available to play on their site, along with classics like Off-road Velociraptor Safari and Jetpack Brontosaurus, completely free. And in a new move, developers Flashbang have also created pay-for versions of Time Donkey and their previous game, Crane Wars, which can be…

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Bring The Crane: Blurst’s Crane Wars

Yay. Blurst's latest in their plan to release four-hundred and twenty-two games this week hits. It's Crane Wars. We've talked about it before but it's a crane-physics game with a pleasingly-fun and even affectionately satirical Union members versus dirty-scabs scenario. You make your towers, as quickly as you can, topping them off with a top part to finish them. Alternatively, lob buildings or trucks at…

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Behind The Scenes Of Crane Wars

During the release of It's Only A Paper Moon, April's Flashbang Studios release, we showed you the video for the forthcoming Time Donkey. This time the super-speedy developers have behind-the-scenes footage showing the development of their other current project, Crane Wars. Guess what the game's about. Go on, guess. It's below, as you might imagine.

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Blurst’s Paper Moon: Now Live

Yes, the latest digi-delight from the goodly Minotaur Chinashop / Offroad Velicoraptor Safari chaps is now up and running for your cost-free enjoyment. Go, go, go! These people make excellent games. John shared some details earlier in the week, but there our words shall rest for now, as it is currently past the witching hour on Britisher shores and the Hivemind must retire to its…

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It’s Only A Paper Moon

The first details have just this minute appeared about Flashbang Studio's next game, via that traditional route of an article in the Wall Street Journal. Many were expecting the next of their six Blurst games planned for this year to be Crane Wars, especially after a prototype was made available last month. However, this Friday brings the surprise appearance of Paper Moon, described by the…

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Minotaur Diary, Page 17

Dear Diary, Day 4 was meant to go really well. I'd had such a good week at the china shop, and profits were up significantly. I'd made enough to bring in some fresh inventory, and we'd launched a new advertising campaign and it was really seeing the customers come in. The store was looking packed with excellent items, and I was rarely serving fewer than…

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Minotaur China Shop Is Live, We Talk To Flashbang

Flashbang's latest opus, Minotaur China Shop is now online, and available to play for free via the Blurst site. Go form opinions. To mark the occasion, we grabbed Flashbang's Steve Swink to ask a few questions about the new game, find out which comes first: the name or the game, get shown fascinating prototypes of projects, and see some fantastic behind-the-scenes glimpses into the workings…

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Minotaur China Shop

Matthew Wegner of Flashbang "Off Road Velociraptor Safari" Studios dropped me a line about their forthcoming online home for their games, Blurst. He says it'll be full of prototypes and similar, and display each game they create with an eight-week development cycle. Which is great, but not something we'd link to until it was up and running properly. But on the site, I noticed that…

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