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For a limited time while GDC is going on, you have the opportunity to get into the free beta of Desktop Dungeons, and if you're a fan of Rogue-likes I highly recommend it. One of the best things about it, for me, is that it's playable right in my browser.
This week, I want you to write about your favorite in-browser game. It can be Flash, Unity, or anything else -- the only requirement is that it has to be a game you can play online and in your browser.
To participate, justwrite a C Blog, title it "Browser Games: [Your Blog's Title]", and select the Bloggers Wanted Essay Response tag. Throughout the week, keep an eye on the blogs and get some discussions going with your fellow Dtoiders!
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