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Crowdfunding Spotlight-Perception, Light Fall, Through the Woods

  This time around, my Kickstarter Spotlight is super horror based. Which is weird because I can’t do horror games and I probably won’t play them. Doesn’t mean they don’t look like great games and I won’t promote them, but seriously, these are a little terrifying. Perception by Deep End Games Triggering your senses is […]

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aNote – Awesome is an Understatement

Awesome Note – Organize your Life aNote – or Awesome Note as they like to call it – is the ultimate in phone productivity. It’s easily one of my most used apps just because it has the features of a calendar, notepad, shopping list, and to do list meshed together in a simple, yet attractive […]

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[PodCast] theMulticast: Sony Playstation 4 Conference @themultitap

@corib3ar joins us today on theMulticast! Just the cynic we need to break down the Playstation 4 conference. Looks like it’s that time again. A new console is here to wow us and boy does it fail. theMulticast is not buying what Sony is selling right now. On today’s show we go through the conference […]

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The Pantech Discover Vs. The Sony Xperia TL – Two Sleek, Sexy And Cool Phones

Of course, coolness is a factor when you’re looking into buying a new mobile phone. We all want cool phones that look good on our desks and impress our friends. But we have to look at other things as well. For example, today’s two phone picks are both equally attractive. We’re looking at the Pantech […]

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[PodCast] theMulticast: Bungie’s Destiny. Why the Hype? @themultitap

Bungie’s Destiny. Why the Hype?   Today on the show we have @flygirlgamers and @mattshotcha on the panel. Prepare for your weekly Spartan Ops update with Digital Distraction as she lets you know if it is still worth keeping up with. Finish the fight…Again. Also, Matt is hungover and wired. To be expected as he […]


 
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[Podcast] Motte Island: Real Fun and Real Scary

Posted  July 9, 2013  by  Basher

Please welcome Steve and Jacky from OneAperture. They are part of the development team behind Motte Island. A very unique, top down horror game. Don’t think a 2D game can scare you? You’re wrong. Tune in for a really fun chat as we find out how this small team came together. Get a behind the […]

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Sentris-Musical Puzzle Game Seeks Funding

Posted  October 23, 2013  by  corib3ar

Sentris, by Samantha Kalman, is a new kind of music game that will “transform any player into a musician”. Ever since KMI released the QuNeo and QuNexus, I’ve always been fascinated with new musical technology. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never touched an instrument before. Sentris requires you to place blocks in a rotating circle […]

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Mantis Burn Racing Free to Play Weekend

Posted  February 16, 2018  by  corib3ar

Mantis Burn Racing®, will be FREE to play on Steam from February 22nd through February 25th. VooFoo Studios has also announced they will be running their first eSports championship during the same time. Steam players will be able to play Mantis Burn Racing® for FREE: including all of the DLC packs, from 6PM GMT, on Thursday 22nd February until 9PM GMT, on Sunday 25th February. […]

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July Feature: A Game a Day

Posted  July 1, 2014  by  corib3ar

The Steam Summer Sale brings out the worst in me. Hundreds of games available for dirt cheap prices? And not shitty games found in the bottom of a bargain bin at your local flea market. These are actual good, playable games. Needless to say, I went kind of crazy this year. Crazy to the point […]

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The Last Door-Free Episodic Horror Adventure

Posted  July 4, 2013  by  corib3ar

The Last Door relies on donations to actively complete another chapter in the game. Visit their site to donate what you want and not only receive cool awards, but also get early access to chapters as they become playable. The Last Door, by The Game Kitchen, is an episodic horror adventure based in England during […]

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[Podcast] Debate Club: Broken Age Review

Posted  February 11, 2014  by  Basher

Up for debate today is Broken Age by Double Fine Productions. Critically acclaimed and everyone loves it. Except for theMulticast crew! They played and beat Broken Age. And now it’s up on the chopping block. What makes Broken Age stand out in the adventure game genre? Whatever ever it was supposed to be, it wasn’t […]

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Ampu-Tea – The Game I Won at Failing

Posted  February 18, 2017  by  corib3ar

I only played Ampu-Tea for slightly less than 17 minutes, so I don’t think I can actually write a review about it. On the same note, I only played Ampu-Tea for 17 minutes, so that should be about as much of a review as you need. If you still want to put yourself through this, […]

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RoundUp-Updates from Around the Gaming World

Posted  July 13, 2013  by  corib3ar

Homesick A few months ago, we talked to Lucky Pause about their game on Kickstarter, Homesick. (Click here to listen to this podcast). Thanks to us (kind of), Homesick raised $27,897 and backed by 1,503 people.  They met their minimum goal, plus all three stretch goals! Hammerwatch We’ve done a Let’s Play with Hammerwatch as well […]

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