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Two Tribes planning Rush to Wii U eShop on Dec. 12

Two Tribes is aiming to launch Rush on the Wii U eShop by December 12. The news comes from a tweet explaining the developer needs only submit certain pieces of content on time to meet the date. Rush is a 3D puzzle game, available currently on the PC, where players must guide colored cubes to...

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Shift the city's architecture in cyberpunk stealth platformer Interference

French artist Anthony Beyer launched an Indiegogo project for Interference, a stealthy puzzle-platformer for PC, Mac and Linux. The game has players joining a cyberterrorist organization called The Interferers, an underground group that are opposed to a totalitarian government. The group grants...

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Newton challenges Escher on Xbox Live Nov. 13 in The Bridge

IGF Student Showcase winner and all-around acclaimed puzzle platformer The Bridge leaps to Xbox Live on November 13 for $10, published by Majesco's new indie arm, Midnight City. Suspended platforms in The Bridge may not look like bridges at all – they may be staircases inverted upon...

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Escape Goat absconds to Steam, celebrates with a sale

Pixelated puzzle platformer Escape Goat has rammed its way onto Steam. Available on Steam for 20% off its $5 asking price until October 16, Escape Goat is compatible with Windows PC, Mac and Linux. In Escape Goat, players assume the role of a goat imprisoned for using witchcraft. Players must...

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Puzzling first-person platformer Tri-ing to gather Greenlight votes

Rat King Entertainment recently launched its Steam Greenlight page for 3D puzzle-platformer Tri. The game, a first-person platformer in the same vein as Antichamber, has players exploring towers and dungeons, building platforms and solving puzzles along the way. Tri's alpha version, composed...

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Super Hexagon creator unveils free browser-based puzzler Naya's Quest

Terry Cavanagh recently released a new flash-based game, Naya's Quest. The enjoyable little adventure game has players traversing through an abandoned town to "the edge," an isometric world full of puzzling rooms. The attractive, challenging platformer also has a catchy soundtrack, which Cavanagh...

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Ron Gilbert's Scurvy Scallywags sings a salty sea shanty

This is Portabliss, a column about downloadable games that can be played on the go. Ron Gilbert's Beep Games has a new game out on iOS called Scurvy Scallywags (subtitle: In the Voyage to Discover the Ultimate Sea Shanty), and it's a match-three puzzle game with light RPG elements and plenty of...

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Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move review: Fancy pipe dream

There are four games in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series, each sporting 2D puzzle-platforming action. What sets Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move apart from the group isn't just the change of "vs" to "and." Minis on the Move still tasks players with the challenge of guiding their Mario toys...

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Storyteller preview: In the eye of the beholder

"Wait, save that. No one's done it that way before. You made it more complicated." Daniel Benmergui reached out to grab the mouse and save a screenshot of my panels in his comic-book narrative game, Storyteller, where I had just concocted a tale of love and loss based on the page's prompt, using a...

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Tiny Brains is first project from former Assassin's Creed, Dead Space devs

Tiny Brains is the first game coming from a new Montreal-based developer called Spearhead Games, made up of developers from popular franchises like Assassin's Creed, Dead Space, and Army of Two. Developers Simon Darveau (who served as design director on Assassin's Creed 3), Malik Boukhira, and...

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