I can see myself spending a long, long time playing Super House of Dead Ninjas. Originally released as a Flash game playable on [adult swim] games, this 2D action-platformer has since made its way onto Steam with exclusive new content which builds on an already deceptively content-packed game. The launch-week price point is an affordable $4.89.
The game's name is entirely indicative of the experience, though procedural generation means that dying again and again won't be quite so frustrating. If nothing else, give the old Flash version a try to see what you're getting into, and wait for the Steam version of Super House of Dead Ninjas to be updated with native controller support. The developers at Megadev say that'll likely be added next week. Perfect.
|5:00 PM on 03.12.2013|
Review: Super House of Dead Ninjas
After climbing down 350 floors of traps, monsters, and ninja ghosts, not to mention the extra levels seemingly without end, I've come to one conclusion: I should never become a ninja. Sure, I should have known that before I e...more
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Renegade Kid's Treasurenauts looks retro-tastic
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|11:30 AM on 05.24.2013|
Joe Danger 1 and 2 are racing towards Steam
Hello Games is finally releasing both Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2 for the PC! They'll both be available through Steam, and they'll each have Steamworks implemented to easily share custom created levels. The PC versions will a...more
|5:00 AM on 05.24.2013|
Watch Donkey Kong scare a bunch of kids at the zoo
How does Nintendo go about promoting Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D? By scaring the hell out of little kids.more