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Cry havoc and let slip the Tetris pieces of war

Defend Your Land and Blow Up Your Neighbors in Castle Chaos

This indie title slipped off our radar last fall, but it hadn't been forgotten, Castle Chaos is a local multiplayer game for up to four people, or you can team up with friends to take down A.I. enemies. Anyone who remembers Rampart from the olden days of gaming may find the title's action quite familiar. Build up your castle using "Tetris-like" pieces, place some cannons inside, and blow up your neighbor.

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Every Now and Then, We Fall Apart

Turn Around and Watch This Co-Op Trine 3 Stream of Chapter 6

There's something to be said about the physics based puzzles in Trine. When they work, and the solution is somewhat obvious, it can be satisfying. But sometimes the game's physics simply don't cooperate, or the solution to a puzzle may not be easily seen. Soon you find yourself over-thinking Newtonian equations when really all the game wants is to have you jump on a box. Sometimes your co-op partner simply wants to troll you by dropping boxes on the wrong side of a see-saw. Whatever the game tends to throw at you it's as equally entertaining as it is frustrating.

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Continuing the legacy of beautiful games

Trine 3: Artifacts of Powers - Levels 4 and 5 Play-through Video

It was almost two years ago we did our complete play-through of Trine 2, streaming the entire game from start to finish in co-op. Last night, we started our play-through of Trine 3: Artifacts of Powers doing the same. The latest game in the series continues the legacy of extremely gorgeous art design and graphics, but changes one key component, it adds a third dimension to the game allowing the players to go back into the rich environments.

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Does it hold up? You'll never know unless you Trine

F.A.L.C.O. Revisits Trine in Episode 11

The F.A.L.C.O. crew had so much fun playing Trine 2 that we decided to go back and play the original Trine. While the two games are very similar, we probably should have played them in order since we found the controls were a bit more clunky and the "skill trees" were more like "skill twigs." There aren't many options! Nonetheless, we ran through Academy Hallways and Wolvercote Catacombs, and had a jolly old time.

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