Blizzard brings three free StarCraft II custom games

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Blizzard has released three custom games for StarCraft II, which some of you might remember first seeing back at BlizzCon. For those wanting to get right into the work-in-progress mods, simply make your way to the custom games section of the multiplayer channel. Makes sense, right?

First is “Aiur Chef,” a free-for-all game where players scrounge up ingredients to make recipes. There’s also “StarJeweled,” a take on PopCap’s Bejeweled in which you match gems to ultimately destroy your opponent’s base. Sounds like a nightmare for productivity.

Lastly — and this is the one I’m really eager to play — Blizzard has expanded the Outbreak mission from StarCraft II‘s single-player to create “Left 2 Die.” Cooperative zombie defense with a clever name? Sold.


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