Posts Tagged Open Emotion Studios

[Review] Revoltin Youth (minis)

Revoltin’ Youth is a new puzzle/platformer from Open Emotion Studios. The evil Big-Wig has covered the characters town in crummy marketing gibberish. It’s up to you to control the three characters through 50 levels of headache inducing puzzles. The game feature a unique pixel-art style and a robust chiptune soundtrack including tracks from George&Jonathan, Sabrepulse and 8Bitlegend.

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Ninjamurai Review (minis)

Ninjas and Zombies are part of a healty diet but eating one after the other can prove to be a huge challenge to any digestive system. Mmm, what to review today then? Ok, let’s go with Ninjas first and take it from there and we’ll deal with the zombies later. What could go wrong?

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Mad Blocker Alpha Review

Another week, another minis review! This time Mad Blocker Alpha: Revenge of the Fuzzles gets a chance to shine and try to compete for your hard earn money. What can we expect from this game? As always, minis can be enjoyed on the big screen (or the screen of the size that you have at home) from your PS3 or on the portable spectre thanks to the PSP and the Go (it DOES still exist!). Follow along as we take you into a journey that involves lots of blocks, blocks, blocks.

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