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Crazy Eights: Christopher Badell of Greater Than Games

by 5 months ago

I remember seeing Sentinels of the Multiverse at GenCon 2011, but not stopping by because I was too busy with other appointments.  Since then Greater than Games has exploded as …

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Extrasolar is Your Chance to Explore a Distant World

by 5 months ago

Millions of people have childhood dreams of being an astronaut; for most, seeing Gravity or playing Mass Effect is the closest they’ll ever get to space exploration. I, on the …

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Spearhead Games Wants You to Help Make Their Next Title

by 6 months ago

When is the last time you enjoyed playing a game, but thought you might have an idea to improve it? Well for thousands of gamers, that day came some time …

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David Pittman Discusses Eldritch, his Lovecraft Inspired Roguelike

by 6 months ago

Making a roguelike that successfully straddles the line between enjoyably challenging and annoyingly challenging is no easy task. Accomplishing this with a team of just two people? Downright impressive. Minor …

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Zeno Clash Dev Talks Upcoming Action-Adventure Title Abyss Odyssey

by 6 months ago

Indie development studio ACE Team, best known for the Zeno Clash series, is no stranger to taking on ambitious projects with their small team. Where other small developers might turn to …

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Treachery in Beatdown City is “Like Double Dragon Meets Fallout 3″

by 6 months ago

The Ninja Dragon terrorist organization has taken credit for kidnapping the President during his recent trip to the UN summit in East Fulton, and demands a $1 trillion ransom for …

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Tango Fiesta – 80′s Action Movie Turned Top Down Shooter

by 6 months ago

Unlike most of my colleagues here at Gaming Trend, the 80’s were a bit before my time. My knowledge of the decade comes entirely from secondhand experience via the films, TV …

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Looking for a Lovecraftian Horror-Adventure? Enter The Last Door

by 6 months ago

H.P. Lovecraft. Edgar Allan Poe. If you recognize these names, it’s likely for one of two reasons: you encountered their works directly, maybe through a high school English Literature course, …

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Infamous Quests’ Quest for ‘Quest for Infamy’

by 6 months ago

When an indie developer called Infamous Quests sets out to make a game called Quest for Infamy, well...the bar is set pretty high. But despite the challenge of living up …

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Indie dev Josh Long goes in-depth on Oscar, an emotionally charged 2D platformer

by 6 months ago

When you're making a big-budget, AAA title, it's hard to focus on anything besides delivering an action-packed thrill ride of a game in the hopes of selling enough copies to …

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Call it a Comeback? Jane Jensen on the Return of Story-Driven Adventure

by 6 months ago

It’s been lauded countless times over the past few years: “The return of the adventure game!” IGN welcomed the triumphant return of the genre back in 2011, The Guardian discussed …

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The Humble Mumble – Ty Taylor talks Tumblestone

by 6 months ago

When I played The Bridge last year, I was very quickly taken with the game's gorgeous artwork and original gameplay mechanics. When I read that Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda, the forces behind The …

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