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Seasons After Fall review: Foxing with nature
5 months ago

Seasons After Fall review: Foxing with nature

Living in Scotland, I know only too well the daily adventure called changeable weather. Now gamers throughout the world can also experience four seasons in one day thanks to Swing …
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Tuesday new releases: May 16, 2017
6 months ago

Tuesday new releases: May 16, 2017

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There are no new releases today that fall under our coverage but a few titles launched over the weekend, as well as a new update for Shovel Knight, that are worth …
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Seasons After Fall springing onto Xbox One May 16
7 months ago

Seasons After Fall springing onto Xbox One May 16

While many are out enjoying the long-awaited arrival of spring, Seasons After Fall is busy celebrating the beauty of all four seasons. This sidescrolling puzzle platformer gives you the ability to …
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Blocks That Matter review (XBLIG)
6 years ago

Blocks That Matter review (XBLIG)

Blocks That Matter was developed by Swing Swing Submarine and released on May 12, 2011 and costs 240 Microsoft Points.  A copy was provided by the developer for review purposes.

Sometimes our only salvation during times of need are the products of our own intuition — creative outputs that have lagged behind because of the brevity of our attention spans — in Blocks That Matter, this is a lowly driller-robot that is tasked with a mission to finally repay its Swedish creators that have been kidnapped by a shadowy duo with sinister intentions.

You are Tetrabot, a robot that resembles a washing machine with arms, legs, a drill and a spin cycle that crushes blocks that do in fact matter, because they are not only obstacles in Tetrabot's adventure, but also the solutions to the game's complex puzzles. You “collect” blocks by drilling into them, and then pause the action to place them into the playing field, providing pillars to jump off and reach higher terrain. The catch is that you can only place four blocks at a time and they must connect to each other. This one-of-a-kind gameplay element will make Braid veterans scratch their heads in delightful confusion, but also make them appreciate one of XBLIG's most remarkable titles.

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