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Sean Flint

I enjoy playing pretty much any type of game out there. My passion lies in finding the gems of the indie gaming world. When I'm not playing games, I'm programming them, at the gym, or tending to my small army of cats. Writing has always been a part of my life and I'm grateful for the opportunity to get my content out there for people to see.

The Sheltered Preview: Morals Versus Survival

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In games media, especially recently, the discussion about whether or not games must be fun is always an ongoing topic. There are those who believe that if a game does not provide a certain level of entertainment, then it is not worth the time to play. However, on the other side there are those who say that a game doesn’t ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: HUSH

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Today’s standout on Greenlight is Hush, an action-adventure game that aims to recreate our childhood fears. The game is said to draw the majority of its inspiration from the irrational fears that we all felt in our childhoods. The amount of times we were startled by a lamp or a coat hanger when the lights were out, or being terrified ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Super Star Path

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Super Star Path. Super Star Path is a modern game that takes on a very retro style. The game is described as a “classic shoot ’em up meets match-3 puzzler, which as we’ve seen with other games such as Galacide, can be a very strong combination. The hectic nature of the shoot ’em ups combined ...

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Sky Force Anniversary: First Impressions

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Sky Force Anniversary is a game that I first discovered on my phone. I was looking for something new to play, and I came across what looked like a fairly interesting shoot ’em up. What I found was not only a really solid addition to the genre, but one of the best games that I had played on my mobile ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: A Bastard’s Tale

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Today’s standout on Greenlight is A Bastard’s Tale. In my childhood, and even still to this day, I spent a lot of time playing the tough as nails platformers for the SNES and Sega Genesis. Games like Shinobi and (sorry for opening up old wounds) The Lion King were staples of my gaming library for many years, even after newer ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Grey Cubes

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Today’s Greenlight spotlight is shining on Grey Cubes. Grey Cubes is an interesting 3D take on a traditional brick-breaker game, with a basis on providing real-time physics as well as gameplay that takes place in three dimensions, rather than the typical two. My interest in the game is driven by my love of classic arcade titles. Block breaking games were ...

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First Impressions: Car Mechanic Simulator 2015

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*Disclaimer: This is a first impressions article. This is not a full review of Car Mechanic Simulator 2015, nor should it be taken as such* Simulation games are not typically my thing. From games like Arma 3, where I find myself missing every shot, to management simulations such as Football Manager, I just find that I can never get sucked ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Space Dust Racers

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Today’s spotlight is on Space Dust Racers, a racing game inspired by classic party games such as Rock n’ Roll Racing and Micro Machines. The game is developed by Space Dust Studios, an indie company formed by industry veterans with experience on various EA titles such as Battlefield 4 and the Dead Space series. Considering the backgrounds of the developers, ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Mongrel

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Today’s Greenlight Spotlight is on Mongrel. Mongrel is a metroidvania platformer that is described by the developers as a mix between “Conker’s Bad Fur Day and Cave Story”. I will definitely admit that at first glance, the game didn’t look like much to me. As the days went on and I began seeing it time and time again, I revisited ...

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Releases for the Week of April 26-May 2

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As we all have experienced, it is nearly impossible to keep up with all of the games that are released each week. This series focuses on spotlighting some of the major releases of the week as well as providing some information about them. The release dates listed are for North America. Monday, April 27th Releases Cloud Knights for PC. Cloud ...

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