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    • Among the Sleep Free DLC Releasing Next Week

      PC Horror game Among the Sleep will be getting free DLC next week. Specific details about the DLC are unknown, but what is known is that it will be releasing on November 5th, it will be completely free, and it will be expanding on the main story. If you have yet to beat the main game, you may want to do that first.

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    • Happy Kitty, Cat Petting Simulator 2014, Purr Purr Purr

      By Cassandra Khaw on November 9th, 2014 at 5:00 pm. I miss having cats. Four years ago, I left home and became a professional itinerant, leaving my felines in the care of rich strangers. Today, I am bereft of cats and so, you shouldn’t take me as an unbiased source when I say, “Oh, god. Cat Petting Simulator 2014 is the best thing I’ve seen in a long time.

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    • Mournful Meandering: Press E To

      By Alice O'Connor on November 11th, 2014 at 9:00 am. If you’re jacked into the ludosphere, you’ll probably have seen folks tittering about a funeral scene in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare with the button prompt “Press F to Pay Respects”. Yes, it’s an absurd prompt from a daft story with the emotional depth of a bedpan, but is the idea entirely unworkable? Starting with a si ...

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  • Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign’s Elphelt DLC will be free until January 5

    … Afterward, she'll cost $7.99. Elphelt will be a free downloadable character for Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign in North America between December 16 and January 5, Aksys Games announced. When the free period ends, she’ll cost $7.99 to purchase. A PlayStation 4 demo for Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign is now available for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The full game will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS3 in North America on December 16. …

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  • I Like Smashing Things With A Hammer

    … Sometimes hitting things with a hammer is just so cathartic. Where Is My Hammer is a nice little game made as part of the Indies VS Pewdiepie game-jam happening over at Game Jolt. It's available as a free download and is perfect if you've had a bad day. Wish to tweet words at me? I can be found here @laserfrog. …

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  • Have You Played… N?

    …, explosive mines and laser-targeted missiles. My reward, a replay at the end of each exhausting level which discarded my failed attempts and left only the perfect, graceful, balletic triumph. N had hundreds of levels, then. v2.0 has hundreds more and it’s still free. Returning to it now, it strikes me how weird N’s physics are to get used to. You…

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  • Hot Loot: Torchlight For Free

    … on), bringing along Diablo musicman Matt Uelmen. Given how many times it’s been on sale or offered as a freebie to entice folks to register for something or other, I imagine you have. But if not, hey, it’s a nice action-RPG I think you might like, and one that’s again being offered for free. This time Torchlight’s free to entice folks onto Runic owner Perfect…

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  • Freeware Garden: The Voyage of the Resplendent

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on November 26th, 2014 at 11:00 am. Starting off in the Imperial Constabulary Headquarters of Emera City, Regalia, Haster it is almost immediately evident that The Voyage of the Resplendent takes places in an expertly crafted sci-fi universe. One filled with vast empires, cities protected by diamond domes…

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  • ‘Where Is My Hammer: Destroy Everything!’ Is Its Name

    …. Where Is My Hammer was made by Last Knight developers Toco Games for Indies VS PewDiePie. It’s a game jam where folks are competing to have their creations played by the excitable chap who has – oh my giddy aunt! – 32,430,781 subscribers on YouTube as I write this. The jam sets an interesting challenge, wanting games that are more silly to watch…

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  • Oh Hi: Oh Hi

    …. Takuzu is by far one of the simplest in the logic puzzle congregation, and likely has room for a couple of twists and turns. Even the 10×10 grids here will quickly stop offering challenge. However, they continue to provide a calm, methodical task, which is often all a good person wants from their puzzling. It’s all free, and plays with no fuss. Take a look. …

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  • Freeware Garden: Hypothermia

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on November 25th, 2014 at 11:00 am. I only recently (re-)discovered that I love my games with snow storms in them. I seem to find extreme, digital snowfall soothing for some reason. Even if said games are called Hypothermia, which doesn’t sound like a particularly enjoyable thing to experience, but here is a lovely…

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  • Admiring Procedural Islands And Flora In Meadows

    … By Alice O'Connor on November 25th, 2014 at 9:00 am. You know that scene in a sci-fi film where a scientist is so fascinated by a tiny creature or moving plant that they don’t notice the other dozen rising around them? And then they turn around and are surprised and delighted/horrified to see all the rest? Meadows can feel a lot like…

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  • Freeware Garden: RADE

    … like an arcade-y Red Baron only with crisp, colourful graphics and a ton of things to bomb and shoot at. The more you play, the more crowded things will get as dozens of zeppelins, bases, ships, missiles and explosions create an orgy of pyrotechnics. RADE can be played online (also on Kongregate) and downloaded for Windows, Mac and Linux. Keep in mind that the downloadable version is much better, what with it being playable in full screen and high def where those flat-colour polygons can truly shine. …

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  • Battle For Wesnoth Is Still Free, Still Getting Better

    … By Graham Smith on November 24th, 2014 at 10:00 am. A quick search reveals that we’ve only written one post about venerable, free, turn-based strategy game Battle for Wesnoth. One! One. Burn down RPS right now. It’s Fantasy Battles by way of Advance Wars, it’s open source, it offers a vast selection of user-created campaigns and the latest…

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