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This week we're checking out IGF Finalist Monaco and finding out which games you think are in desperate need of a mobile version.
Monaco is getting a lot of attention - it's an IGF finalist and was recently featured on Kotaku. We've got a first look at the team-based heist game, which is bound to be your co-op obsession of 2010.
Duck and Hover - Flash, Platformer, Nevcalian
One Button Bob - Flash, Platformer, Ninjadoodle
depict1 - Windows, Platformer, Kyle Pulver
A great mobile game just makes the day better - whether you've got a long commute, stuck in line somewhere, or just looking to get out of the house without any of that pesky "human interaction" getting in the way. But sometimes, franchises that should be portable are sadly overlooked - so we asked you to let us know what games you'd like to see go mobile.
Next week's Feedback question: What game doesn't haver co-op that should? 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
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.