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Xbox One's backward compatibility gets seven new games

Maybe in a move to compensate for the cancellation of Scalebound, Microsoft has updated the backward compatibility service on Xbox One with a whopping seven games today. Announced through Twitter by Major Nelson, gamers will be able to expe...

 
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The Splatters is coming to Windows, Mac, and Linux

Physics-based puzzler The Splatters was enjoyable on Xbox Live Arcade, and it sounds as if SpikySnail Games is going about making additional versions the right way. The game is headed to Windows and Mac (Steam), in addition to Linux. Better...

 
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Grab The Splatters and other XBLA games for half price

Action-puzzle game The Splatters is now half price on Xbox Live Arcade, and since this isn't a Deal of the Week, you won't need to be an Xbox Live Gold member to partake. The game will be 400 Microsoft Points from July 10 - 16. Find it und...

 
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Review: The Splatters

There are times in life when I have to pause, if only for a moment, to contemplate whether or not my neighbors just heard the (in retrospect very loud) noises that escaped my mouth during a particularly involved gaming session. This can usu...

 
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This new trailer for The Splatters makes it look so easy

On the surface, The Splatters might look problematically straightforward. But that really isn't the case, and thankfully, SpikySnail Games has a new video to help prove this point. With the "Flip" mechanic, you're able to reverse direction...

 
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Dying with style in The Splatters

After getting some hands-on time with The Splatters, I can confirm that it is indeed quite awesome. But you don't need me to tell you that -- not when it was already an Independent Games Festival finalist and selected to be in the PAX 10, n...

 
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IGF finalist headed to Xbox Live Arcade as The Splatters

Israel-based indie developer SpikySnail is getting its game The Splatters published by Microsoft Studios for release on Xbox Live Arcade in 2012. Previously, this title was called Confetti Carnival when it became an Independent Games Festi...

 

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