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Posts tagged “Lars doucet”

Getting Ticced Off: Tourette’s Quest

A subject I'm hearing about increasingly frequently is people not playing games to deal with real life issues, but rather developing games to deal with them. And it's always a fascinating process. A really superb story on NBC today highlights a project by Lars Doucet, who's making a game that tries to capture the experience of living with Tourette's Syndrome.

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Boss Wave: Defender’s Quest Gold, Steam Release

It's time for my regularly scheduled Defender's Quest plug: Defender's Quest is a disarmingly low-fi tower defense/rpg hybrid adventure released last year which immediately excelled due to its easy charm and unending efforts to make the player happy. Speaking of, the previously announced free-for-existing-customers Gold Edition has just released, and boy oh boy is it a doozy. The chaps at Fortress of Doors just love…

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Second Wave: Defender’s Quest Free Gold Update

It's all go in the free update business. First The Witcher 2, and now Defender's Quest, the wonderful indie RPG squad-based tower defense game from Fortress of Doors we've covered in the past. Like Geralt, it'll soon be receiving a totally free Gold update in the near future. These guys have always been keen to offer support befitting of a PC release, and this new…

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Hours Of Towers: Defender’s Quest

I woke up extremely early this morning, intending to have a substantial breakfast, catch up on the news and slowly ease myself into the day, but then I found a note I'd written in the far-off land of 2011 on which I had scrawled: "Remember to check when Defender's Quest releases". The demo's entertaining blend of story, levelling and tower defense strategy was far more…

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