Wasteland 2 Prison Level Screenshots
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In a recent blog post InXile Entertainment offered some new screenshots from the upcoming Wasteland 2 RPG. A sequel to the classic post-apocalyptic RPG of the 80's, Wasteland 2 will be a top down, turn-based, tactical RPG that the developers promise will "stay true to its roots."
Wasteland 2 is the direct sequel to the first ever post-apocalyptic computer RPG. The original Wasteland was the inspiration for the FALLOUT series of games, and the first RPG to allow players to split parties for tactical considerations, to face players with moral choices, and to make them deal with the consequences of their actions. It was the first to provide far more than the one-key-for-one-lock style of puzzle solving. It was groundbreaking, which is why IGN named it one of the top 25 PC games of all time, Computer Gaming World named it the Adventure Game of the year in 1988, and it was short-listed for inclusion in the Smithsonian Institution’s current “Art of the Computer Game” exhibition.Learn more at the links below.
Wasteland 2 Prison Screenshots
Wasteland was set in a dangerous, post-apocalyptic world in the American Southwest. Over the course of adventures rangers would receive promotions, acquire new skills and equipment, then face new challenges with outcomes that changed depending on the strategy used to defeat them. The game featured a strong storyline which required painful decisions by players; and a storyline that allowed for maximum re-playability. Wasteland 2, with your participation and insights, will recapture all that and provide more. It'll finally be the game worthy to be a Wasteland sequel, as challenging and rewarding as the original, with all added capacity and dazzle of games today.
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Surgeon Simulator 2013 Now Cutting At MGS
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Surgeon Simluator 2013 from Bossa Studios Ltd. is now available for download and purchase at Mac Game Store. The over-the-top sim title casts players in the role of Nigel Burke, a would-be surgeon taking life into his own shaky hands.
Surgeon Simulator 2013 is a darkly humorous over-the-top operation sim game where players become Nigel Burke, a would-be surgeon taking life into his own shaky hands, performing life-saving surgical manoeuvres on passive patients.Surgeon Simulator 2013 is available now for $9.99 (USD).
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The original prototype – developed in just 48 hours at the 2013 Global Game Jam in January – challenged players to complete a heart transplant, armed only with an arsenal of clumsy and inappropriate tools and a hand that was diabolically difficult to control, using a combination of keyboard and mouse actions.
The full Mac version comes with additional features, operations and environments. From carrying out terrifying transplants in theatre to surgical procedures in the back of an ambulance, Surgeon Simulator 2013 now takes operating to the next level.
- Be Nigel! Surgeon Sim now supports the Oculus Rift and Razer Hydra.
- New achievements to explore and brag about!
- More operations including double kidney transplant and brain transplant
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
- 1.7 GHz Dual Core Intel Mac
- 2 GB RAM
- 700 MB HD Space
- Important Notes: Requires keyboard. Touchpad supported, but mouse strongly recommended for best play experience.
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Mac Game Store Begins Stacking
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Double Fine Productions' Stacking is now available for download and purchase at Mac Game Store. The adventure game gives players the chance to explore a unique world populated with living Russian stacking. Players must make use of more than 100 dolls and their special abilities to solve a variety of puzzles and challenges.
From Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Productions, explore a vintage world inhabited by living Russian stacking dolls as you jump into more than 100 unique dolls and use their special abilities to solve a wide variety of puzzles & challenges. Play as Charlie Blackmore, the world’s tiniest Russian stacking doll, and embark on an adventure to rescue Charlie’s family from the nefarious industrialist known only as the “Baron.” This imaginative 3rd person puzzle adventure game will take you on a journey from a bustling Royal Train Station to a high-flying Zeppelin as you collect unique dolls and matched stacking sets to display in Charlie’s secret hideout, where you chronicle your adventures.Stacking is available now for $14.99 (USD).
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Continue the Stacking adventure with The Lost Hobo King DLC pack, included free in the PC version!
In the Lost Hobo King, the first downloadable expansion for Double Fine’s Stacking, players once again assume the role of Charlie Blackmore, the world’s smallest Russian stacking doll. Charlie travels with his hobo friend Levi to the mysterious kingdom of Camelfoot, the mythical resting place of lost hobo king and his crown. Charlie must help Levi’s uncle, Rufus Ryken, reclaim his rightful throne by solving three tests of valor and reawakening the hobo blacksmiths of old. Only then can the crown be reforged, enabling Rufus to become king and unite the fractured hobo people under one sardine. The Lost Hobo King features a complete adventure with several new challenges, each with multiple solutions, an all new assortment of unique dolls with engaging abilities, and a new round of hi-jinks to discover and make trouble with. Only the worthy can reclaim the crown of Camelfoot!
- Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
- Intel Mac
- 2 GB RAM
- 1.6 GB HD Space
- 256 MB VRAM
- Video:ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro
- NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
- Intel HD Graphics 3000
Mac Gamer HQ: Top Ten Games Of 2013, Total War Giveaway
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Mac Gamer HQ has released a new article detailing the site's picks for the top Mac games of 2013 so far, and has also announced it will be giving away 3 copies of the Total War Bundle. The bundle includes Rome: Total War and Empire: Total War.
013 is promising to be Mac gaming’s finest year yet. We are only halfway through the year, but the games released so far speak for themselves. Although there are other things that could mark 2013 as awesome (such as OS X Mavericks graphics performance or the new Mac Pro), we are going to focus on what really matters: The games. Without games, a platform is worthless, and Mac gaming is no exception. With that out of the way, what are the best games 2013 has brought us so far?Check out the article and contest at the links below.
Mac Gamer HQ: Top Ten 2013 Mac Games
Mac Gamer HQ: Total War Bundle Giveaway
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