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10 Jun 2015

The Fall – A Dark and Engrossing Adventure

The Fall is an adventure-platformer with a unique art style that was kickstarted by indie developer Over the Moon Games. If that sort of tired description makes you want to walk away before hearing any more, don’t! Though it may sound like you’ve heard it all before, The Fall is in

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10 Jun 2015

“Zelda: Sword of Moria” & Zelda Classic: A GCS Introduction!

Last week, Warren did a great job introducing a new “brand” of content that he has been thinking of for a long time and that we are starting together called Game Creation Station. In this new series of content, we will look at different game development tools that are available

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08 Jun 2015

“Mega Man II” (GB) — Mega from the Future?!

When it comes to the five main entries in the Mega Man franchise on the Game Boy, Mega Man II is probably a least favorite amongst fans. Sure, it offered eight full robot masters, a new Mega Man Killer (Quint), and had okay level design, but it had its share

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07 Jun 2015

“Mega Man: Dr. Wily’s Revenge” — The Blue Bomber’s GB Debut!

Honestly speaking, Mega Man V is probably the one original Game Boy outing of the Blue Bomber that most will remember. Mega Man IV, though, is still thought of quite favorably and is a very fun game as well, but the other three generally seem forgettable to many. In some

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05 Jun 2015

“Kholat” — A Horrifying Adventure in the Icy Ural Mountains!

If you haven’t heard of Kholat, I’m not surprised. I myself didn’t hear about it until just a couple weeks ago when I received word of it in a press email, but once I saw the trailer and read the game’s history, I was hooked. You see, the game has

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Learning The System
03 Jun 2015

Game Creation Station – An Introduction

Today I decided to create a game. This has been something I’ve wanted to do for years but never actually accomplished.  I’ve fiddled around with engines going as far back as the original Unreal engine, but I have yet to sit down and complete a game. I want that to

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02 Jun 2015

“Legionwood: Tale of the Two Swords” — The 1st Hour!!

Legionwood: Tale of the Two Swords is an indie fantasy-RPG developed by Dark Gaia and released in 2010-2011 completely free of charge. The game, which is the first in a three-part saga (to date – more games are planned!), is a very solid effort built with the tools available in

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01 Jun 2015

“Terranigma” (4K) — Finally Meeting Dr. Beruga?!

Having gotten through Dragoon Castle in the previous installment and freed up supply shipping back to the New World, we return to Nirlake to visit Will, who has used his newly-bought scrap metal to rebuild his airplane. Now, we finally have the power to reach a few areas we simply

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31 May 2015

“Zelda: Flow of Time” Continues?!

Yeah, yeah…I know I said that I was likely going to be letting this one go, but after mentioning in the third video that I’d likely be giving up on this one, a subscriber named MagesGuild really tried to encourage me to continue. What’s more, Obderhode, the developer of this

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29 May 2015

‘The Gaming Goddess’ Podcast – Season 7, Ep. 18: “An Ethical World?”

Seasons of this podcast seem to quickly come and go, and somehow we’ve already reached the end of the line for Season 7! Yet, this season has had a very solid run in my opinion and since January we’ve managed to sneak in a total of 18 episodes, covering a

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Zero Friction