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Last year’s Indigo Prophecy (from Atari) was a relatively successful title. It got great reviews from most reviewers, but it was, at best, a cult hit from the mainstream perspective. In fact, Indigo Prophecy was a very anti-game game: Interactivity was sacrificed at almost every turn in favor of metaphorical actions that felt […]
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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.
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