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    Cloudberry Kingdom Reviewed

    The Game That Does Not Forgive By Julie Morley “No, why?” “D’oh!” “COME ON, I was SO CLOSE.” G...

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    Welcome to Misland – April Edition

    Welcome to Mistland – April Edition Another View of Knite & The Ghost Lights By Julie Morl...

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    Adam Jeffcoat Discusses The Breakout

      Adam Jeffcoat Discusses The Breakout By Greg Micek Cliqist : We have seen so many “Refo...

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    Wee Woosh Woo in Hover

    Ah, I see you’ve clicked on another one of my articles with a nonsensical title. Good on you, reader...

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    Take to the Stars in The Universim

    I’m not usually gripped by a specific Kickstarter, I’m usually just generally supportive of the idea...

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    Explore Space One Block at a Time in Universe Edge

    Voxel-based sandbox games are seemingly on the way out right now, with more complicated, freeform pr...

Cloudberry Kingdom Reviewed

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The Game That Does Not Forgive By Julie Morley “No, why?” “D’oh!” “COME ON, I was SO CLOSE.” Generally some phrases that I was yelling at my computer screen, but with the addition of obscenities and profane language. What has ...

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Adam Jeffcoat Discusses The Breakout

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  Adam Jeffcoat Discusses The Breakout By Greg Micek Cliqist : We have seen so many “Reformed Thief turned Air Force Capitan turned Prisoner in WW2 escapes prison” games.  What makes The Breakout different? Adam Jeffcoat : Haha I am ...

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Wee Woosh Woo in Hover

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Ah, I see you’ve clicked on another one of my articles with a nonsensical title. Good on you, reader, but I’m afraid that, yet again, the title makes sense if your brain makes as little sense as mine. Simply put ...

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Take to the Stars in The Universim

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I’m not usually gripped by a specific Kickstarter, I’m usually just generally supportive of the idea of getting your ideas out there. When that idea becomes something cool, then I get excited. Right now, however, I’m a little excited about a ...

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Gaming In Color Reviewed

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Gaming In Color Reviewed By Marcus Estrada Video games are something that a vast amount of people are able to enjoy. Young, old, married, African American, hearing impaired, straight, genderqueer, Caucasian, disabled, Catholic, Democrat, and so many other labels are ...

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Michael Molinari Discusses Choice Chamber

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  Michael Molinari Discusses Choice Chamber by Greg Micek Choice Chamber, the very unique crowd-gaming experience is something we’ve talked about before.  You can read our recent preview of the game for all sorts of details on it.  However, up until ...

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What Makes a game… Fun?

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What Makes A Game… Fun? By Nathaniel Liles We live in a time that many believe to be “lacking that retro charm”, and many people are convinced that games simply are not as good as they used to be. I’m ...

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Diamond Trust of London Reviewed

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Let Me Tell You About Diamonds By Julie Morley In May 2012, Jason Roher set out to raise $78, 715 for his project Diamond Trust of London. When the kickstarter funding period concluded, his goal was exceeded, reaching $90, 118.  August ...

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Factorio Previewed

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Factorio Previewed by Marcus Estrada It all started out so simple… At the very beginning Factorio looked like it was going to be just another game focused around harvesting bits to craft into something else. Although there is indeed a ...

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Holden Boyles Discusses Spirit

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Holden Boyles Discusses Spirit By Julie Morley Recently, I have had the pleasure to talk to Holden Boyles about the details of Spirit and the details of its successful Kickstarter campaign.  Spirit is a platformer game working off of the ...

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Mercenary Kings – Reviewed

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Mercenary Kings Reviewed By Nathaniel Liles   Mercenary Kings is a game that slipped past my radar in a big way back when it was originally brought to Kickstarter, and I honestly hadn’t even heard the name until it was ...

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Alum Previewed

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A Point and Click Adventure of Epic Proportions By Julie Morley Point and click games have risen in popularity in the past couple of years. More specifically, in crowdfunded and indie game development particularly.  Alum is one of these many ...

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God of Blades Reviewed

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God of Blades – Reviewed by Nathaniel Liles I picked up God of Blades in a bundle recently, along with 30+ other games, having absolutely no idea at all what it was. I thought maybe it was your run-of-the-mill beat ...

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Let’s Go Camping! – Previewed

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Camping? Why not? Let’s Go Camping! – Previewed By Julie Morley Imagine it, friends. Becoming one with nature. Breathing in that fresh, clean, mountain air, enjoying the woodsy woodsiness of the woods. Cooking by a nice, warm campfire (and maybe ...

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One More Chance In Last Life

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One More Chance In Last Life Another View of Last Life Ah, this beer. I can’t quite put my finger on it but I feel a little bit stronger. So many relied on these DNA-enhanced brewskis back in the day ...

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