Pre-Order The Wolf Among Us Now
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Telltale Games' upcoming new series, The Wolf Among Us, is available now for pre-order. Based on Bill Willingham's award-winning comic book series FABLES and licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Telltale Games will premiere its new series on a variety of platforms, including Macs, later this month.
From the makers of the 2012 Game of the Year: The Walking Dead comes a gritty, violent and mature thriller based on the award-winning Fables comic books (DC Comics/Vertigo). As Bigby Wolf - THE big bad wolf - you will discover that a brutal, bloody murder is just a taste of things to come in a game series where your every decision can have enormous consequences. The Wolf Among Us is available to pre-order now for $22.49, 10% off the regular price.
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An evolution of Telltale's ground-breaking choice and consequence game mechanics will ensure the player learns that even as Bigby Wolf (THE Big Bad Wolf), Sheriff of Fabletown, life in the big bad city is bloody, terrifying and dangerous.
Over a season of content spanning across 5 episodes:
Episode 1: FaithFeatures:
Episode 2: Smoke and Mirrors
Episode 3: A Crooked Mile
Episode 4: In Sheepís Clothing
Episode 5: Cry Wolf
- From the team that brought you 2012 Game of the Year, The Walking Dead
- Based on the Eisner Award-winning Fables comic book series
- Now, itís not only WHAT you choose to do that will affect your story, but WHEN you choose to do it
- A mature and gritty take on characters from fairytales, legends and folklore who have escaped into our world
- A perfect place to begin your Fables journey, even if youíve not read the comics; this game is set before the events seen in the first issue
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Add Famous Locations In Cities In Motions 2: Lofty Landmarks
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Lofty Landmarks, a new add-on for Paradox Interactive's Cities in Motion 2 is now available to purchase at Mac Game Store. The latest content for the transit simulation game features four new buildings: the Cologne Cathedral, the Westminster Palace, the German Brandenburg Gate, and 30 St. Mary Axe (commonly known as the Gherkin of London).
Add some lofty architecture to spice up your town with this DLC. Lofty Landmarks offers four new buildings: the formidable Cologne Cathedral, the famous Westminster Palace featuring the Elizabeth Tower and it's Big Ben bell, the renowned German Brandenburg Gate, and the 30 St. Mary Axe, commonly known as the Gherkin of London.Cities In Motion 2: Lofty Landmarks is available now for $2.99 (USD).
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- Big Ben / Westminster palace: Elizabeth Tower houses the huge bell nicknamed the Big Ben. It's a part of the Westminster palace, and a sure place to attract lots of citizens on sunny days.
- 30 St. Mary Axe: Sleek, modern and gherkin-like, this landmark will be one of the busiest places in any town. Building a line to it will always bring you profit!
- Cologne Cathedral: The gothic elegance of the Cologne Cathedral is unsurpassed. Place this landmark in your city to make sure the masses flock to it.
- Branderburg Gate: One of the most famous landmarks in Germany, the Brandenburg gate, is a very popular destination in any city. Place it to have lots of people moving around!
- Mac OS X 10.6.3 or later
- 2 GHz Intel Mac
- 3 GB RAM
- 2 GB HD Space
- 512 MB VRAM
- ATI Radeon HD 4670
- NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS
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PixelJunk Monsters Invades MGS
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PixelJunk Monsters from Double Eleven and Q-Games is available now for download and purchase at Mac Game Store. The tower defense strategy game challenges players to defend the Tiki babies from hordes of hungry monsters.
Tikiman the Forest Defender is in trouble. Hordes of monsters are sweeping through his realm, hoping to chow down on his offspring Ė and itís up to you to defend them. PixelJunk Monsters is available now for $8.99 (USD).
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By placing weapon towers at strategic points around the landscape, you can destroy the invaders and save the little ones. Collect treasure along the way to build up your arsenal and pay for new towers Ė countless waves of monsters are out to get the Tiki babies, so you need to be prepared to fight hard!
- Play three game modes: Single player campaign, local co-op play and a host of additional challenges.
- Play Together: Local coop will have you sharing your machine with your friend for a shared memorable experience.
- Tikiman will travel across three distinct islands, spanning 47 unique environments to protect his offspring from clever monsters that attack by land and air. Heís going to use every tower in his arsenal to protect them:
- Arrow Towers, Cannon Towers, Anti-Air Towers, Ice Towers, Laser Towers, Fire Towers, Tesla Towers, Mortar Towers, special power ups and more!
- There is also the mysterious Tum-Tum island, that randomly generates levels for near infinite replayability!
- This amounts to literally hundreds of hours of game play, all set to an awesome soundtrack to keep you in the zone!
- We have also included unlockable content including concept art, music videos, sound tracks and more!
- Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
- 2GHz Dual Core Intel Mac
- 2 GB RAM
- 650 MB HD Space
- 256 MB RAM
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Control Command Escape Reviews Bionic Dues
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Control Command Escape has posted a new review of Bionic Dues from Arcen Games. Set to launch today, the tactical turn-based roguelite (with mech customization) puts players in charge of ending a robot rebellion.
I found Arcenís A.I. War Fleet Command†to be something special. Itís a very complicated game, and if you squint at it from a distance you could mistake it for Pong. Thereís no question in my mind that it was a brilliant strategy game, but there was also no question it was what can only be described as ďhardcoreĒ. Despite being packed full of interesting stuff, the interface is clunky and it takes a long time to figure out even what the game is, let alone how to play it. In short, itís not inviting.Check out the full review at the link below.
Control Command Escape: Bionic Dues Review
Bionic Dues is, superficially, a very different game, but it shares the same heart as A.I. War. The purpose of both games is to try and acquire the necessary resources to prevent an impending confrontation with a robot enemy. In both games this means completing various objectives that both increase your abilities, and those that impede your enemyís progress. In Bionic Dues this overarching objective is apparent the whole time you play. On the campaign screen, your current squad is on the left, and (a fraction of) your opponentís doomsday army is on the right. Missions you select on the map are either based around getting resources to directly improve your army (such as in the form of parts that your Exos can equip, or even improved Exo designs), or in sabotaging your opponentís progress in some way (eliminating a boss or reducing the AIís manufacturing capabilities). What makes the two games different from each other are two major design choices: Bionic Dues is turn-based, and that your small army gets more powerful as you progress, rather than more numerous.
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