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  • BGotW: cyrkam airtos

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 13, 2011 under Browser Game of the Week, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
    So, we at TGH spend a lot of time throwing paper into bins. It's what we do best. Whether we're contemplating, pondering, deducing or querying the far reaches of our brains regarding Hume's "Matters of Fact" and how it relates to video games, or not. So, when I was having a tough time deciding on which game to post for this week, hence the tardiness, I came across 'cyrkam airtos' on Sticky.co's... more.
  • BGotW: A Mother in Festerwood

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 6, 2011 under Browser Game of the Week, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
      A Mother in Festerwood, by Austin Breed (whose work has appeared on That Gamer Hub previously), delivers a message that can have a few interpretations but ultimately, it should lead you in the path of mother’s and the “nesting” they go through when their children leave for the first time. This is mentioned in the 'artist's statement in the game'. In AMiF (great acronym, I know),... more.
  • BGotW: Edmus

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 28, 2011 under Browser Game of the Week, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
    Canabalt is a great game and in my opinion hard to one up for that style of “running / escape” game. So, while I was sifting through my various resources for Browser Game of the Week, I came across and thoroughly enjoyed Edmus. In Edmus, you try to run farther than your competition, which is actually pseudo-ghosts of real people, or rather their black blob avatars with a neat hat. Yes, hats... more.
  • BGotW: AWOL

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 21, 2011 under Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
      I am a fan of the Ludum Dare concept and the games that come out of it. I am also a fan of Quickfingers and the games that he has produced (in prior Ludum Dare events as well as other endeavors). So, when I saw that Quickfingers’ latest LD game, AWOL, I immediately became intrigued. The premise of the game is to get as far away as you can from the prison that you’re escaping from.... more.
  • BGotW: Reprisal

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 14, 2011 under Browser Game of the Week, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
    I came across Reprisal last week. By Electrolyte, with music by Eric Skiff, Reprisal seemingly takes it cues from games like Populous and Mega lo Mania (both for the Amiga). While a god-esque type of game, the goal is to build up your little civilization, defend it and attack the other civilization within the little world. Currently, Reprisal is in “pre-beta, pre-demo, just pixels” mode (as... more.
  • BGotW: Steambirds

    1 CommentsPosted by on September 7, 2011 under Browser Game of the Week, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
    Steambirds, also available for iOS, Android devices and Windows Phone 7 is also, technically, a browser game and a quite good one at that. By Radial Games and Spry Fox, Steambirds has you set on October 15th 1940, also known as The Battle of Britain. Your goal, in a simultaneous turn-based manner, is to take out as many of the German opposition as possible, in order to give the fair citizens or Br... more.
  • BGotW: Flee Buster

    1 CommentsPosted by on August 31, 2011 under Browser Game of the Week, Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
    Flee Buster, a Ludum Dare entry by Chevy Ray Johnston, is essentially three games in one. Each action packed in their own way, the goal of each is to navigate the respective areas and make it to the end of each, collecting as many ‘tokens’ on the way as possible. The catch is that you have a timer, giving you a limited run in each level before the screen flips to the next game. In each, you w... more.
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