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Typoman Prologue Walkthrough (Video and Text)

This is a Prologue walkthrough for Typoman by Brainseed Factory. Typoman is available on Steam and on the Nintendo Switch. Prologue Roll along and drop through the gap labeled DR P When you get to PLANK, roll into it a few time...
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Typoman Chapter 1 Walkthrough (Video and Text)

This is a Chapter One walkthrough for Typoman by Brainseed Factory. Typoman is available on Steam and Nintendo Switch. Chapter One You’ll fall down a cliff after the cutscene and you’ll see a P and Move all of them towards ...
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Typoman Chapter 2 Walkthrough (Video and Text)

This is a Chapter Two walkthrough for Typoman by Brainseed Factory. Typoman is available on Steam and Nintendo Switch. Chapter Two Once the elevator gets to the top, wait for it to go back down and you can jump on top of it. Ju...
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Blood of the Werewolf on Sale at NotOnSteam.com

Blood of the Werewolf has come a long way since we talked to Than a few month ago on theMulticast. From a short demo, to being shown at PAX, to their very own sale at NotOnSteam.com For a limited time you can pre-order Blood o...
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Typoman Chapter 3 Walkthrough (Video and Text)

This is a Chapter Three walkthrough for Typoman by Brainseed Factory. Typoman is available on Steam and Nintendo Switch. Chapter Three You’ll fall on DISASTER and you can create This will fix the platforms ahead of you You’...
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July Feature: Element4l

Today we are playing Element4l by i-illusions. Element4l is described by the developer as an immersive and experimental platform game. I describe it as a hot mess. Element4l is meant to be a hard game. I take that back. I belie...
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Weekend Recap: The Sexy Hack and Slash

Weekends are for gaming. What did you play this weekend?   Bayonetta – Switch I’ve always been horrible at the hack and slash genre of games. I don’t understand the appeal of button mashing. That being said, I found ...
by corib3ar