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The guys behind "Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman!" are back with another quirky PSP title. How does this one measure up? We've also got your picks for favorite Spring games.
This guy is totally my neighbor and NOT Mike Johnson from sometimesfunny.com
Acquire, Action/Puzzle, PSP, $10
I've got this terrible weakness: tell me a game is silly and looks like cut paper and I'm there. I've wasted many a dollar and lots of time on some really adorable and really terrible games without much substance, so I was a little wary of Patchwork Heroes. Sure, it looked phenomenal visually, but would the gameplay be up to par? Luckily, this little action puzzler delivers.
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#3 - Dreamside Maroon - Windows, Some Vine-Growing Thing, Terraced - LINK
#2 - Puddle - Windows, Platformer, Puddle Team - LINK
#1 - Devil's Tuning Fork - Windows, First Person Platformer, DePaul Game Elites - LINK
What game makes you think of Spring? We asked you last week, and then we had a picnic.
Next week's Feedback question: If you could only play one game for the rest of your life, what would it be? Weigh in with a video or audio comment on www.Bytejacker.com, a video response on YouTube, or a message on our hotline: (530) 675-GAME
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Disasterpiece - "Sober Town," Norrin Radd - "Dale Cooper Arrives," and Temp Sound Solutions - "Quick the Spies are Com-", from Town: http://www.iimusic.net/catalog/2007/08/town
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RT @acarboni: Yesterday @aegies stopped by to talk FEZ and @disasterpeace gave an in-studio performance! http://t.co/w53arHgq
Hey, remember Free Indie Rapid Fire? It's a part of @newchallenger now, video comments and all! Here's this week's: http://t.co/7N1xAqB0
@spirit31gaming I actually put a video up on Bytejacker and the Bytejacker YouTube/Facebook about it when we started- guess you missed it ;)
@spirit31gaming Moved FIRF and indie reviews over to the @NewChallenger youtube. http://t.co/EyCeVMPi
RT @acarboni: Hey, guys? FREE. INDIE. RAPID. FIRE. (seriously) http://t.co/uVcGzbgy
Used the terms "scaling" and "ux experience" when she asked for details. I have learned a lot here in SF.