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EGX 2018 hits Birmingham next week – try out these PC gems at the show

There's just one week left until a borderline-biblical plague of developers descend upon Birmingham to showcase their up-and-coming games to all. This great gathering shall be known as EGX 2018 and starts on September 20th, running until the 23rd. There's going to be hundreds of games on show there across all platforms, featuring developers of all shapes and sizes - both physically and business-wise. While I'll be…

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Baba Is You is a puzzler which lets you write the rules

I'm about to show you a trailer. 20 seconds into that trailer, I imagine you'll have some kind of reaction. Maybe you'll crack a grin. Maybe you'll make a soft, cooing noise of appreciation. Maybe your mouth will drop open as you gasp, your mind reeling with all the possibilities that one simple game mechanic presents. However you react, I bet you'll decide that Baba…

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Exilevania: Environmental Station Alpha

Do you remember Exile? Created by Peter Irvin and Jeremy 'Thrust' Smith, it's the game that I was playing while the rest of the world was on a Metroid binge. Environmental Station Alpha is an exquisite power-up and platform game that reminds me of those happy days of yore. It uses its pixel art style to delicious effect, with particle effects a-plenty and brilliantly bizarre…

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Tiny Team Fortress 2D: Masjin

More games should receive updates like this. “Mucus grenade buffed significantly, maybe even too significantly!” The fact that there is a mucus grenade in the first place is startling and compelling, the fact that it may have become too powerful demands research and investigation. The game with the possibly overbuffed mucus grenade is free indie team-based shooter Masjin. The best way I can describe it…

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Powerless To Resist: Addicsjon

More concept platforming from indieland, in this quickie tale of a pill-crazed cartoon junkie roaming surrealistic lands for his next fix. It's a deft twist upon the Mario et al formula, in that you're trying to avoid rather than collect spinning, gleaming objects - for every pill you jump through, the screen distorts and shakes further. Sounds easy, if only yer man wasn't so determined…

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