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I Am Bread? Is this really where we’re at?

I’m not going to lie, I enjoyed the concept and the execution of Bossa Studio’s . While I’m not the biggest fan of simulator games, I think it was a great idea to make a game where your job was to save a life, and surgery is definitely a situation where you’d need precise hand/eye more »

Treasure Fetch: Adventure Time actually improves Snake

Snake is a classic game that’s been with us since the 1970′s. You wouldn’t think there’s much to do with it. Yet, Treasure Fetch: Adventure Time did something surprising. It made Snake feel new again. Treasure Fetch: Adventure Time‘s goal is simple. Finn and Jake are after treasure, and have to go through 75 mazes more »

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Thief Lupin 2 isn’t the Lupin you’re thinking of

I know, it threw me too. When I received a press release saying Thief Lupin 2 was now on Google Play and coming to iTunes, I got excited. I assumed it was a Lupin III that just mysteriously appeared out of nowhere. Alas, it is not. Which is sad, because I could really go for more »

Steam a whole new world for Disney Interactive

Steam can really show you the world, shining, glimmering, splendid. Tell me princess, now when did you last let a Disney Interactive game into your heart? Well, Valve can open your eyes, and take you wonder by wonder, starting today. A disclaimer, though. Since these are modern Disney games and not the lovely ones we more »

Female Thor brings the thunder to Marvel Puzzle Quest

Female Thor is making her mark on the world of Marvel. There’s been buzz surrounding her debut since it was announced back in July 2014. She appeared for the first time in comics , and now she’s coming to video games. In a week and a half, she will come to help save the day more »

Fate Tectonics Preview: Time absorbing

Fate Tectonics is the unique, new puzzle game that’s much like putting together a complicated puzzle, and then having a toddler smash it to bits. Sound frustrating? That’s the predominant emotion I expected to feel while playing Fate Tectonics and seeing hours of hard work go to waste. However, and quite surprisingly, the exact opposite more »

Andrew Traviss on Fate Tectonics, Golden Gear Inc. and pixels

A lot of interesting indie games find their way through Steam Greenlight, and it’s always interesting to learn more about what went into them. I recently had the pleasure of conversing with Andrew Traviss, co-founder of Golden Gear, Inc. Traviss is also the creator, designer, and programmer of Fate Tectonics. The game is currently available more »

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Heaven help us, here’s Clicker Heroes

Great. This is just great. Lucas had to go and tell me about Clicker Heroes, and now I’m here telling you about it too. And initially you’ll be curious, maybe even happy, to hear about this browser-based timesink. Then, you’ll realize that Clicker Heroes is essentially a fancier, RPG version of Cookie Clicker. You’ll recoil more »

Domestic Dog: What the hell did I just play?

Earlier this month, we gave away free codes for an intriguing game simply titled, Domestic Dog. It’s a simulator game where you play, as the title explicitly implies, a domestic dog. The dogs and their homes are randomly generated, so it’s rare to get the same combination twice. Some of the dogs are average looking. more »

Casual Friday casual game update for September 19, 2014

Hi everyone, and welcome to the biweekly casual game update. Since casual games are trickling out at a slower pace nowadays, we’re gonna go ahead and update you twice a month about what titles are out there to enjoy. Makes the whole affair more interesting. Instead of seeing only 4 or 5 casual games, you more »

Get your free Bejeweled 3

I know we all have feelings about EA’s Origin. It isn’t most people’s favorite game distribution platform. But, EA is hoping On the House games like Bejeweled 3 help change people’s mind. By the way, that last sentence should matter to you because On the House means any Origin user can grab free Bejeweled 3. more »

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Train Fever review: Still love playing with trains?

Train Fever Price: $34.99 System(s): PC, Mac, and Linux Release Date: September 4, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Gambitious (Urban Games) If you’ve never heard of Urban Games, don’t feel bad! As it turns out, Train Fever is this Swiss team’s debut game. And quite honestly, you’d think this team has been around for years. Train Fever runs on an more »