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Xbox Live indie Platformance: Temple Death out today


12:20 PM on 06.20.2011



Those looking for an inexpensive, challenging platformer need look no further: Magiko Gaming has released its follow-up to Platformance: Castle Pain.

Out today on the Xbox Live Indie Games channel is Platformance: Temple Death. If you missed out on the earlier game, these are both platformers that take place in one giant room. While there are plenty of obstacles along the way, frequent checkpoints generally stop the experience from getting too frustrating.

For a dollar, I'm sure it's worth a look.






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