Tango Fiesta, the 80’s action two stick shooter developed by Spilt Milk Studios and published by Mastertronic will hit Early Access on Steam in June. The announcement also brings a new trailer to show you more.
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Richard & Alice is a point-n-click adventure from Owl Cave and thanks to Mastertronic’s help, it will make its way onto Steam soon. It’s already available on GOG.com and Desura, but now it has been Greenlit and ready to launch on Steam.
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0RBITALIS is a space-based physics puzzler developed by Alan Zucconi which has landed on Steam’s Early Access. The game is a result of something to come out of the Ludlum Dare 28 gamejam and picked up by publisher Mastertronic.
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I have to admit I was a little shocked to get an email from the BBC, then when I saw it was for a game called Top Gear: Race The Stig, I still wondered how I got the email. Regardless of that, Top Gear fans can now race against The Stig in a new, free app.
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Fast-paced games can be a problem. They can either be annoying or frustrating, thankfully, 10 Second Ninja is frustrating, but not annoying. It’s frustrating in a good way though, because you just want to keep on playing, no matter how much you fail.
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Have you been having fun with Mastertronic’s Pool Nation? You may think that you’ve played it to the stage where you know everything about the game, but just in case you don’t, there’s a video to remind you of ‘5 Things You Need To Know’.
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Pool Nation is the ultimate pixel-perfect pool game for Xbox, featuring photo-realistic graphics, real-world physics, and a wealth of game modes and rule sets.
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Yeah, I wasn’t gonna try and fit Emily Archer & The Curse of Tutankhamun in the title without it breaking the page, but for those of you that like these girly mystery type of things, you should be able to get your hands on it this Friday, March 18th.
It’s a ‘hidden object’ game from Mastertronic that is set in 1920’s Egypt that takes you on an adventure as you seek out the truth behind Emily Archer & The Curse of Tutankhamun… Although, when you say it like that, it makes you think of some kind of Miss Marple thing.
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