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From zero to, well, certainly better than it was

ORION: Prelude Free-To-Play for a Week, Buy for $1

In the world of game development, there is definitely something to be said for perseverance. When ORION: Prelude released back in May 2012 (then known as ORION: Dino Beatdown), it seemed like it was dead on arrival. The developer, Spiral Game Studios, never gave up on it, though, and has continued to update, improve, and add on to the title. By all accounts, the game has significantly improved. To celebrate, the game is free-to-play for the next week and can be picked up for just a $1.

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More than basic cable

Bloodsports.TV Co-Op Review

Bloodsports.TV is the cooperative “MOBA-like” game I’ve been looking for over these past few years. It drops much of the competitive metagame concepts, like laning, jungling, and last hit, in favor of focusing on a friendly, team-based survival experience....

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Nick and Dave share their thoughts on putting their co-op knowledge to work

Indie-Ana Co-Op and the SCHAR Post-Mortem

Many of the users on this site likely recognize Nick Puleo as our former managing editor/Co-Optimus founder. A few may also recognize him as one of the two gentlemen, the other being Dave Paul, behind Brain Shape Games. This month in Indie-Ana Co-Op, Nick and Dave give breakdown for us how they went about developing the co-op for SCHAR: Blue Shield...

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