Browsing all articles tagged with Platformer.

Game Review- I Want to be The Guy: Gaiden (Free!)

Game Review- I Want to be The Guy: Gaiden (Free!) 

Let’s take a look at a game made by the creators of thumbscrews, branding irons, and waterboarding.

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Henry Hatsworth Review

Henry Hatsworth Review 

A review of the bowler-cap donning hero’s title.

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Limbo

Limbo 

A review of the arty indie puzzle game.

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Terraria: Is It as Good as Minecraft?

Terraria: Is It as Good as Minecraft? 

A 2-D platformer tries to emulate the success of a certain indie game.

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What is Terraria?

What is Terraria? 

Many are excited by the release of the new 2-D, Sandbox platformer, but more still don’t know if buying the game is worth it.

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Spelunky Review

Spelunky Review 

The hit indie game is coming to Xbox this year.

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Eracha a Fun Action Platformer

Eracha  a Fun Action Platformer 

What is this game-Eracha?

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I Don’t Want to Grow Up

I Don’t Want to Grow Up 

Review of LittleBigPlanet for the PS3.

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Make Your Own Maze Game with Game Maker

Make Your Own Maze Game with Game Maker 

This is a tutorial which will guide you through the process of building your own maze game using the software Game Maker. Building games is a very rewarding pastime, and even more so building your first ever game. Due to Game Maker’s ease of use you don’t need any programming skill at all just the drive to try and create something unique. While one person working on their own can never build a game which will rival the million dollar budgets of big development houses in terms of graphics, there is nothing to stop us creating unique, highly playable games.

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Make Your Own Computer Games

Make Your Own Computer Games 

Ever fancied yourself as a game maker? In 2005 when Introversion released their critically acclaimed game Darwinia, they were hailed as the last of the bedroom programmers. It’s up to you to prove them wrong.

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