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It’s not about killing; it’s about killing with style! 101 Ways to Die is a cartoon style puzzler about killing enemies in the most stylish way possible. Developed by Indie game studio Four Door Lemon, 101 Ways to Die was originally started in 2012 but put on the back burner until 2014 while the developers worked on other projects at the same time. Now though, this humorous (and gory) physics based puzzler has been completed and released on Xbox One. You play the assistant of an evil eccentric scientist called Dr. Splattunfuder who spent his life creating a book describing, … Read More »

Good morning to all of you, the ever faithful group of amazing people that come here every week. If you’re new here, welcome to the Monday morning crew. How are we all doing today, I hope you’re all well and ready for a brand new week. Let’s see if we can get a good start shall we, who wants to see what the games lineup is? So grab that coffee, park your rear and let’s get this hype train started. 15/03/2016 Just Cause 3: Sky Fortress Just Cause 3: Sky Fortress is the first PDLC pack from the Air, Land … Read More »

101 Ways To Die is a new physics-based puzzle game. Coming out March 24th to Xbox One, the basic premise is to create more and more elaborate traps to kill off Dr Splatunfunder’s enemies. Players must trap and punish lab-created creatures known as Splatts; a perfect name for them as that’s what they will be doing as soon….  After trapping them you are tasked with the joyous job of ripping them to pieces in the most stylish and imaginative ways possible… Dr Splatunfuder has dedicated his life’s work to a twisted “recipe book” focused on the death of his enemies. However, … Read More »

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