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Hey, that rhymes
August 30, 2016 - Looking like a cross between Limbo and Apotheon, Hue is a charming puzzle-platformer that distinguishes itself by employing a unique colour-switching ability as its chief mechanic.
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Gotta go fast
August 29, 2016 - As the second console game from Slender: The Arrival developers Blue Isle Studios, Valley ditches jump scares for exploration. But can it do for adventure games what Slender did for horror?
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Worms of Mass Destruction
August 25, 2016 - This latest entry in the long-running Worms series tries to inject some variation into the mix with the introduction of some high-powered vehicles and a crafting system. But, is that enough to differentiate it from previous games?
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Strip 'em up
August 16, 2016 - If the idea of a hardcore shmup where characters' clothes can't seem to stay on their bodies appeals to you then here's a game for you. Although it sounds cheeky, Caladrius Blaze's tight gameplay is sure to please any old-school shoot 'em up fan.
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Cooperative culinary fun
August 3, 2016 - Cooperative on-the-couch multiplayer games are a great way to bond with friends. Overcooked's rewarding gameplay forces you and your pals to work together like a well-oiled machine so let's head to the kitchen and have some fun!
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August 2, 2016 - Previously available on PC and Xbox One, Lifeless Planet now lands on PS4 with its Premier Edition re-issue. Time to suit up, blast off and go exploring...
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All my friends know the Blue Rider
August 2, 2016 - Sometimes, all a game needs to do to stand out is provide solid gameplay. Blue Rider may not have many bells and whistles but it's a competent and brutally challenging shooter that's very satisfying to master.
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Learning can be fun
August 1, 2016 - An educational game about typography might not sound like the most thrilling combination to a lot of people. However, Type:Rider is proof that games can be both informative and enjoyable.
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August 1, 2016 - Moon Hunters bills itself as a co-operative personality test RPG that encourages multiple playthroughs. But is this an adventure worth going on again and again (and again)?
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Tetris + Physics = Fun
July 28, 2016 - Innovation in the puzzle genre is hard to come by. Tricky Towers may take most of its gameplay from the few decades-old Tetris but adding physics into the mix makes it feel like a brand new game.
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