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Last reminder for everyone! Very little time left to get in on the great looking survival horror game Noct!https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/35103...
Just a friendly reminder to everyone out there, the great looking indie game Noct, being developed by Chris Eskins, only has four more days until its Kickstarter is over! Head over and toss him a few bucks! Game development is hard and expensive, so every little bit will help!…
Noct is an upcoming 2D top-down multiplayer survival horror game, being developed by Toronto based indie developer Chris Eskins.
You know I love you guys and you know I would never lie to you, so I'm going to be totally honest with you.
It's time to get this ball rolling, folks! Coastal City can't wait any longer for our intrepid heroes!*
You suddenly realize it's Sunday. You figure you were so sick yesterday, you forgot what day of the week it was. Dammit! That means you slept through those great Saturday Morning cartoons!
This is a reminder call to all the unsung heroes of TAY! Coastal City needs you!
Check the TLDR section at the bottom if you're lazy
Scott Bradlee & Co decided to bring us a funky fresh take on one of the '90s greatest animated shows, Animaniacs!
This Saturday morning, Scott Bradlee & Co bring us their rendition of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, a show I honestly could never get into.
Yes! It's Saturday again! You know what that means. No school, all day in your pajamas and best of all, Saturday morning cartoons! And, oh man! They're showing Chip 'n Dale Rescue rangers!
Let's pretend it's early Saturday morning. You've got your bowl of cereal, your badass footy pajamas and you're ready for some hardcore cartooning. You flip on the TV and before the picture warms up, you hear it.
Continuing my multi-part series on the prototypes developed during Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight 2014.
note: Kinja seems to hate me. I formatted the images and video in Google Docs, to make the article flow nicely, and then Kinja told me no, and won't listen to me, even when I change around the HTML. I'm sorry. :(
Note: Before you continue reading, a tiny word of warning. I am exhausted. I have zero expectations of myself for the next two days, other than sleeping. Additionally, I am avoiding my ADD meds as well so I can sleep. I'm also not going to bother proofreading, or editing this, so the following may be a bit off.