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City Tuesday: Save the city and yourself in five minutes

2:00 AM on 06.27.2011 // Conrad Zimmerman
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Here's a classy trailer for a game coming soon to Xbox Live Indie Games. In City Tuesday, players re-live the last five minutes of their lives over and over again as a terrorist group destroys their city. The objective is to find all the bombs in the city and disarm them before they detonate, in the hopes that saving the city will also free you from your recursive time loop.

I've long said that I want a Groundhog Day game. This is a little more excitement than I had in mind, disarming bombs and all that, but the idea sounds like it could be fun to play. I also really dig the music in this trailer, so I'm hoping similar tunes will permeate the final game.




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