Ain’t Killed Me Yet: Still Playing Curiousity
Mar13

Ain’t Killed Me Yet: Still Playing Curiousity

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Should asylums be the host for horror?
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Should asylums be the host for horror?

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The second coming of the god game
Nov22

The second coming of the god game

We talk to the developers behind the resurgent god game scene, finding out what”s triggered the renewed interest and why they disappeared into the shadows for so long. In the 1990s, Bullfrog were champions642-812 of the realm. God/management games – genres for which the line between is very blurred – were in high buy viagra demand, and from Populous to Dungeon Keeper, there was a wealth of titles that gave you...

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