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Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga is a very clever digital artist who seems immensely relavent right now because his work often deals with border issues. Zuñiga mines the Latino American experience and makes wonderfully confrontational and entertaining work.
Lately I’ve thought often about his piece Vagamundo: A Migrant’s Tale. Created back in 2002, Vagamundo was one […]
Working Designs made a name for themselves by bringing over some of the best overlooked titles released in Japan with an obvious reverence and affection that permeated every aspect of their releases. From their start importing titles for TurboGrafx 16, Working Designs built a reputation for clever dialogue localizations that were well-received and often […]
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Plasma Pong is a completely tripped-out version of regular Pong that incorporates fluid dynamics. In addition to deflecting the ball with your paddle, you can now use jets and vortices of fluid pressure to help guide the ball. And all of this is rendered in a super-colorful “plasma” style. If you love the visual style of games like Geometry Wars, Mutant Storm, and Darwinia, then you need to check this one out. Click here to download Plasma Pong, free for Windows PCs.
- RIP: Strike Back (3.5 Stars)
- Review: Super Columbine Massacre RPG (3.09 Stars)
- Soviet Unterzögersdorf: More fun to say than play? (3 Stars)
- Review: My Sim Aquarium (3 Stars)
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