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From everything I have read and seen in the previews, Machinarium seems to be to adventure games what World of Goo was to puzzle games. A simple, point-and-click flash game put out as an inexpensive digital download by a (relatively) unknown developer that seems poised for greatness. The visuals, the music, the setting, and the [...]
Tales of Monkey Island Released Today! Tales of Monkey Island Developer Telltale Games Designer Dave Grossman Writer(s) Mark Darin Michael Stemmle Sean Vanaman Composer Michael Land Series Monkey Island Platforms Windows, Wii (WiiWare) Release date(s) starting July 7, 2009 Genre Graphic adventure Mode(s) Single-player Media Download, DVD System requirements 2.0 GHz CPU 512 MB RAM [...]
I have said it before, and I am sure I’ll say it again: I love adventure games! I love the old school, immersive classics like Grim Fandango, or more recently Fahrenheit/Indigo Prophecy and Sam & Max. They seem few and far between these days, but the good news is that the makers of Sam & [...]
There is something compellingly naughty about getting a private, possibly intimate peek into someone’s life. Photoswap is a free iPhone application where you can do just that. After watching the video, click here to read my GameGirl article for juicy text-based informative tidbits!
You asked for more videos, you’re getting more videos, wee! :>> Regardless of the fact that I was in zombie-mode as I had just woken up from one of my beloved naps.. I decided what better time to make my first. video. preview. evar.
The internet is for pr0n, so you need to protect yourself. Especially you guys coming here (no pun intended) looking for video game porn – you know who you are! In my latest video I show people how you can use a Linux live CD to clean a Windows machine, without any Linux knowledge at [...]
This year, Musaic Box won the Excellence in Design award for its interesting use of music in its gameplay. It is considered part of the casual game genre and the core of the game revolves around using both music and shapes to fill in puzzle boxes. While as a rule I’m not personally a fan [...]
[lightbox http://nixiepixel.com/media/blogs/a/famous/indie-games-awards.jpg [IGA Stage]][/lightbox] Out of everything that I saw at the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco this year I was most excited by the diversity and quality of independent games on display. Imagine indie games are like a having a girlfriend who’s a sexy art student that’s just the right amount of crazy, [...]