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I Want Faif On The Wii U

Faif is a game that was created by the Argentinian developer Beavl for the December 2013 Ludum Dare. The theme of the year’s competition was themed, “You only get one.” After choosing 5 adjacent tiles you only get one! That is essentially how the game Faif is played. Since it’s original creation for the Ludlum Dare game jam; Beavl has added improved graphics and sounds, AI to battle against, a shop to buy spells and upgrades, music, and stability fixes. Faif is now available on Android and iOS.

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Maverick Bird


I am not a fan of flappy bird, but one of my favorite game makers, Terry Cavanagh, has made a pretty cool clone. It actually has an original art style, it looks awesome. The music. The Music. The Maverick.
I think having an actual button to press makes this type of game more enjoyable.

You can play it HERE!

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I Hope They Finish Super Bat Puncher

When Adam posted a video of this game earlier this week I was instantly intrigued. Since I am a huge fan of games like Mega Man 9, Mega Man 10, and the Konami Rebirth titles it’s only natural that a game like Super Bat Puncher would be right up my alley. Continue reading

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