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Look What We Found: Neotron

When we debuted this column, we never promised that everything we highlight would be brand-spankin’ new. It doesn’t matter when they were released, anyways; if games catch our attention, they’re worth our time.
Neotron is an exploratory adventure racer by Revolutionary Interactive. The team released a playable Alpha last year, and is in the “Concepts” section …

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Look What We Found: The Moon Sliver

I’ve never formalized it, but I’ve told several developers that I think smaller–yet still fulfilling–games are an untapped market. There are many arguments about the price of games on Steam and entertainment value, and there are even more conversations that happen about the price of app for iOS and Android …

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Look What We Found: Aaru’s Awakening

Look What We Found: Aaru’s Awakening 

One of the most amazing things about games is that there are a thousand different things about them that can capture players’ imaginations, but it takes playing the games for these things to be fully realized. But the art direction of a game is one aspect that can capture anyone’s …

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Look What We Found: Schizoid Game Album

The only word I’ve got right now is, “Wow!”
A little over a year ago, I was eagerly anticipating a game called The Way of Yiji. As with every other game I’ve been eagerly anticipating, I kept checking in on it. So last week, I emailed the developer, and he was …

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Look What We Found: Invisible, Inc.

Espionage and crime have both been glorified–to a certain degree–in the media, but in the context of games, that’s because they always provide unique opportunities for gameplay. The newest entry into this genre (if you will) is Invisible, Inc. by Klei Entertainment, a game that mixes that studio’s unique aesthetic …

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Look What We Found: Permutation Racer

Look What We Found: Permutation Racer 

Big Robot, the team behind the in-process Sir, You Are Being Hunted, has released a free game called Permutation Racer. It’s a procedurally generated racing game, in the lines of Race The Sun, but this game features a greater sense of exploration; the geometries that pop up are less angular, …

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