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Archive for August, 2011


Party on, game fans, but let’s play in lab first – Buffalo News

Buffalo News Party on, game fans, but let's play in lab firstBuffalo NewsThe maker of party games and puzzles is launching a Play Laboratory at its James E. Casey Drive offices and is looking for game fans willing to test out its latest products. “We can develop a game that we think is great, …

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Twister Mania Coming To Xbox Kinect This Holiday Season – Cinema Blend

Globe and Mail Twister Mania Coming To Xbox Kinect This Holiday SeasonCinema BlendTwister Mania for Kinect is as much fun to watch as it is to play and it's shaping up to be one of the most contagious Kinect party games released.” With waning Wii sales and Microsoft gunning to capitalize on the casual market, [...]

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Excitebots Heads To Japan Through Tricky Club Nintendo Present Only Release – Siliconera

Excitebots Heads To Japan Through Tricky Club Nintendo Present Only ReleaseSiliconeraPS. it should be noticed that in Japan it would be a lot easier though, because third-party games also have coins included. Unfortunately, not so in EU/USA. We may have a chance because for now it seems like 3DS games always have points, but that [...]

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City of Ames welcomes students back with block party – Iowa State Daily

City of Ames welcomes students back with block partyIowa State DailyCampbell described the trailer as a mobile block party equipped with tables, chairs, party games like bags and lawn golf, and hula hoops. The trailer can be reserved by students for a weekend, with the trailer being dropped off by police on Friday and …

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They’ve Taken Twister and Made It Not Twister – Kotaku

Globe and Mail They've Taken Twister and Made It Not TwisterKotakuYesterday when I posted the news that Majesco was bringing the classic full-body board game Twister to the Xbox 360 Kinect, I figured it would at least maintain some resemblance of the original product. Then came the first screens for Twister Mania. …Twister(R) Reimagined for [...]

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Fallout: The Board Game Lets you Play Monopoly After the Apocalypse – Kotaku

Technabob (blog) Fallout: The Board Game Lets you Play Monopoly After the ApocalypseKotakuThis custom version of Monopoly, crafted by PinkAxolotl, really has to be seen to be believed. It's not like it's just a regular board with a few Fallout references made here and there. It's as Fallout-themed as it could possibly hope for. …Fallout [...]

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Let’s See How the Co-Op Gears of War Board Game Works – Kotaku

Game Revolution Let's See How the Co-Op Gears of War Board Game WorksKotakuThere are bullet holes on the dice, Marcus and Dom figurines on the board and up to four people around the table, playing co-operatively in Gears of War: The Board Game. Think you can't make a game out of a hit Xbox 360 [...]

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It’s Like Resident Evil: The Board Game, Only With More Cthulhu – Kotaku

It's Like Resident Evil: The Board Game, Only With More CthulhuKotakuIn today's maddening installment of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Wirebrain shares with us a board game that feels a lot like Capcom's famous survival horror series. This Saturday, I discovered an amazing board game called Mansions of Madness. …

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Take five: from board game to silver screen – The National

Take five: from board game to silver screenThe NationalUniversal Pictures recently announced it would not proceed with plans to make a feature film based on Hasbro's popular fortune-telling board game Ouija. The difficulties inherent in bringing a board game to the big screen have not deterred other …

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Reader Article: Vita and 3DS- different consoles, similar games. – 3DS Buzz

Reader Article: Vita and 3DS- different consoles, similar games.3DS BuzzThis could make the battle between Vita and the 3DS focus on 1st party games that are unmistakably belonging to Nintendo or Sony, after all the 3rd party's seem to be making games that could now belong on either platform. This could work to Nintendo's …

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