Monthly Archives: December 2017

Wot I Think: Death Coming

Death Coming is a fantastically beautiful piece of pixel artwork, on a par with the master of the art, eBoy, and a game in which you must try to create accidents to kill as many of the world’s inhabitants as you can. For you are Death…’s assistant. It sounds great! It would be, if it would only stop getting in ...

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AX:EL – Air XenoDawn – Steam Game for Free

AX:EL – Air XenoDawn is a sci-fi action simulation game. Build your own bespoke aircraft, from mainframe to wings. Dominate the skies then watch your aircraft morph in to a silent underwater killing machine as you chase the enemy from the blue skies in to the darkest depths of the ocean. You’ll find all instructions on the following page. Please read ...

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Defense Zone 3 Ultra HD – Mobile Game for Free

Defense Zone 3 Ultra HD is a action-strategy game. The base of the game remains the same: enemy armies advance on your defenses, trying to destroy them by any means. But now they are more powerful and furious than ever. You will have access to old and reliable towers, as well as to all new types of weapons. You will decide ...

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Dota 2’s Frostivus event is a series of merry mini-games

Frostivus ain’t what it used to be. This year’s Christmas event for Dota 2 launched last Thursday, and it’s the product of a community contest rather than Valve themselves. The winner, VicFrank, has eschewed the traditional format in favour of mini-games: each match consists of ten separate games that are pulled from a pool of 30. I’ve thrown myself into ...

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Phantom Doctrine is much more than a Cold War XCOM

Phantom Doctrine is a game of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’. I would have completed my mission without being spotted if one of my agents hadn’t been compromised but the fact that she turned on me and I managed to neutralise her at least means the enemy has played their hand and she can’t do any further damage. Now, even though our ...

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Steam winter sale has started so check our recs

Oh there we go. Now it’s Christmas. Some judge the season by when their advent calendar starts (December 1st), by when their kids wake them up screaming at stockings (5am), or by when the shops start selling chocolate coins (August or summat), and some even don’t consider it Christmas until someone on the night bus belts out “FIVE! GOLD! RINGS!” ...

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