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downloading a big patch it seems...121 megs, seems like they are fixing it up, though i wish i knew how
Changelogs: http://store.steampowered.com/news/?...s&appids=65800
post #172 of 494
durrr.... thanks

Game called Sequence released today on Steam

ir's a mix of DDR and RPG.... huh?!

also... Lightfish was released on Steam.
Just like Fortix 2, except underwater.
Edited by loop0001 - 10/21/11 at 8:58am
post #173 of 494
I'm personally excited about vessel.
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linkage??
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http://www.strangeloopgames.com/

More stuff can be found by googling: Vessel game. I can't access yt right now to direct you to a particular video.

Also there's at least one video @ fileshack.
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looks interesting and promising, will look forward to more info as it's released
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does anyone own "blocks that matter"?
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does anyone own "blocks that matter"?
I do. I'm currently stuck on a level that has dripping lava everywhere.
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I do. I'm currently stuck on a level that has dripping lava everywhere.
i dont own it

is it fun? im currently on the fence about it.

would you recommend it?
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i dont own it

is it fun? im currently on the fence about it.

would you recommend it?
It's definitely fun. I'd recommend it only if you've already played and finished Braid, and yet it moves and Limbo. I consider those 3 titles a superior experience.

There's also BEEP if you like some shooting with your indie physics platformer.
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