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Help legendary star fighter pilot Ace Armstrong defeat the Scumbag invasion of earth in this modern take on classic old-school shoot-em-ups, with an added 50s Sci-Fi twist and plenty of Scumbag-bursting humour.
Fly Ace through several action-packed levels, each featuring a huge boss with unique attack patterns to defeat!
Use Ace’s mighty Recycl-o-Ray to suck up the essence of defeated Scumbags and use their own weapons against them. Can you turn back the Scumbags’ tentacled tide of terror?!
Laughing Jackal has kindly allowed us to do a giveaway for Hungry Giraffe, their latest minis release! I reviewed the game, and I can tell you that it is a very addictive minis that will give you hours of fun before you even realize it. The need to beat your high score, unlocking all achievements, and making “one last try” will make you get the most mileage out of this minis.
We have 5 codes, so follow the instructions below for a chance to win!
It sucks when you’re hungry. Sometimes you just want to bury your face into a burger, or tear into a taco. Out on the African savannah, a Hungry Giraffe feels your pain.
A 20 foot tall, 1200kg animal like the giraffe needs to chow down on tons of food each day, just to stay alive. But, oh no! All the tastiest leaves have been eaten, while up in the sky endless quantities of snacks, fruit and junk food hover just out of reach!
Hungry Giraffe features the world’s largest and hungriest even-toed ungulate. Through skillful steering of his neck, you can propel your half-starved giraffe on his twisty-turny upward journey, chomping on strawberries, fries, sandwiches and naughtier treats.
But beware! The skies are also strewn with hazards. Poison, Anvils and non-prescription Drugs also hover up there, ready to send unwary giraffes plummeting to earth.
Hungry Giraffe is by FAR the greatest giraffe-feeding game of all time! Dare you miss out?
Although leaked by Sony in their PS+ release schedule, Laughing Jackal have today announced that the PlayStation Mini Hungry Giraffe, will be coming to the NA PSN on February 7th. It will be exclusive and free for PlayStation+ users, before …
I got to review Orbit riiiiiight before the year was over (you can read the review over here), and here’s a preview of said review: “a great game from Laughing Jackal that keeps their streak going. Easy to play either on your PS3 or your PSP and a fun experience from a game that is hard to stop playing!”
Now, thanks to Laughing Jackal, we’ve got FIVE download codes for Orbit that you can win! You know the drill, but just to be extra sure, here’s a fresh set of instructions and rules. Ticket cost for this (minis) giveaway is only 75 points so be sure to enter!
Oh no! The Space Program is in peril now there’s NO MONEY ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD!! That won’t stop two scientists from taking on the Orbit project, a no-budget exploration of our solar system.
Dodge through asteroid fields, and avoid nasty enemies intent on stealing cash, fuel, or just throwing slime in your eyes!
By collecting the money mysteriously floating in orbit around the planets, you’ll give the project a cash boost, upgrading shonky systems and gaining new ships to move beyond the Moon – from Mercury to Uranus – as never before!
Orbit’s research menu features almost 200 unique upgrades, plus there are hidden relics and blueprints to find, stat tracking, and 12 challenging medals to earn.
The launch pad is all set. Are you ready to get into Orbit?
2011 has been a great year for Laughing Jackal thanks to all the games they’ve been able to release. We’ll have a review for Orbit next week, but so far we’ve reviewed Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death, Cubbix HD and …
What can I possibly do after reviewing such a great game as Fighting Fantasy: Warlock of Firetop Mountain? How about getting you guys some free copies for the game? That good enough for you? Thanks to our friends over at Laughing Jackal, we have 3 US codes for this great game! You know the drill by now, so get to it! This time to enter the giveaway you only need 75 points for each ticket.