No Time To Explain began life as a flash game on Newgrounds before eventually making its way to a full release on Steam in 2013, although it certainly had some hiccups in the form of glitches and technical problems. Now it has finally released on a home console, specifically for the Xbox One so that those who game in their living rooms can get a chance to play the platformer.
super meat boy
Video games can be incredibly difficult. In fact, many gamers want their purchases to be hard rather than a quick and easy snore fest that doesn’t provide any sort of challenge. Often time they will require the player to experiment in the way they play the game or force them to learn new techniques to progress. Other times you might have to persevere with a tricky section that needs total concentration. Whatever the case you can normally either see what you have to do or come up with the answer naturally through gameplay.
The fourth Indie Humble Bundle ended today having brought in 2.3 MILLION dollars!(more…)
Get ready to spend some money, for a good cause of course Humble Bundle 4 has gone live. If you haven’t heard of it before the Humble Bundle is a organization that brings together donation to charities and indie games. This round the Humble Bundle is offering 7 popular indie games, including Super Meat Boy, Shank, and Bit.Trip Runner.(more…)
PressRelease: Super Meat Boy, the cult retro jump’n’run gaming phenomenon from the internet, will hit the UK retail stores in two editions: Publisher Lace Mamba Global is going to release the Ultra Edition as well as the Ultra Rare Edition, which includes an additional T-Shirt. Both editions will be available on August 26th, 2011, in retail stores throughout the UK and Ireland.