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Steamy feline action that'll get you chicks
February 14, 2017 - Certain classic games have an addictive nature to them that developers are still trying to achieve. Pix the Cat is full of unique arcade gameplay that'll keep you hooked so crack open a roll of quarters and let's play with this kitty.
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February 12, 2017 - Game developers constantly try to provide visceral and challenging experiences yet there's a fine line between that and frustration. 8DAYS features an interesting blend of gameplay mechanics but do they add up to fun?
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Is this rogue-lite light on fun?
February 8, 2017 - Quest of Dungeons' simple but competent retro art style is a fitting parallel to the game itself. Nothing about it is going to blow you away but that doesn't mean you can't have a good time with this procedurally generated dungeon crawler from Upfall Studios.
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Cheeky fun that's rarely a drag
February 6, 2017 - If you ever wanted to run your own dating agency then here's a game for you. Kitty Powers' Matchmaker may look gaudy and tasteless but it's quite an engaging experience that'll shoot Cupid's arrow straight into your heart.
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Have you played with your blobs today?
February 6, 2017 - It seems like there's a new 2D puzzle platformer every single day. So Many Me is a charming little adventure that'll make you think outside the box to solve its complex stages so let's step into a cloning machine and see what it's all about.
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A poor man's Bust-A-Move
February 5, 2017 - It's a shame that we live in an era where some developers prefer to reinterpret classic games rather than come up with original creations. Adventure Pop is a modern take on Bust-A-Move but does it do enough to form its own identity?
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Break out your high water pants
February 2, 2017 - Molasses Flood's unique survival game The Flame in the Flood tells the story of Scout and her dog Aesop. A monumental flood has created a massive river over what was once civilization resulting in few patches of dry land left to provide a haven for the two travelers. A mysterious promise of refuge lies beyond the near-infinite river and Scout is determined to find out if it exists.
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The Milk Mine Defender is back
February 1, 2017 - It's been decades since Williams' arcade classic Defender first released in arcades. Thankfully, its spirit has nine lives and Aqua Kitty's back again to prove it. This time around, the little furry fellow has a lot more than milk mines to defend!
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Frenzied multiplayer archery
January 30, 2017 - There's nothing quite like having a few pals over and playing a hectic local multiplayer game. If that sounds like your idea of a good time then TowerFall Ascension will make a great addition to your gaming library but does it offer more than just a few rounds of fun?
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Three adventurers walk into a bar
January 30, 2017 - Retro-inspired indies are all the rage yet few feel truly authentic. Pixel Heroes is a thoroughly old-school experience that'll grow on you as you get used to its strange world so grab a beer and let's go on an adventure!
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