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Friday new releases: October 28, 2016
3 years ago

Friday new releases: October 28, 2016

Just two indie games complete this weeks release schedule on Xbox One. First up we have Exile’s End an exploration-driven side-scrolling adventure platformer from Magnetic Realms. Set in a massive, …
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The Final Station review: Wrong side of the tracks
3 years ago

The Final Station review: Wrong side of the tracks

The Final Station is a post-apocalyptic survival game with a unique concept: players drive and maintain their own train throughout the wastelands, picking up other survivors along the way to …
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Friday new releases: September 2, 2016
3 years ago

Friday new releases: September 2, 2016

It’s been a bumper week for new indie releases on Xbox One. Along with the usual Friday releases, we also had a few sneaky Thursday arrivals. First up was Hack, …
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Party Hard coming to Xbox One this spring
4 years ago

Party Hard coming to Xbox One this spring

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tinyBuild Games and Pinokl Games announced today that their “tongue-in-cheek party murder simulator,” Party Hard, will be coming to the Xbox One this spring.

In this top-down game, you’re …
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Lovely Planet arrives on Xbox One Friday
4 years ago

Lovely Planet arrives on Xbox One Friday

Cute-looking FPS game Lovely Planet from Quicktequila and tinyBuild lands on Xbox One this Friday, January 8.

Originally released on PC back on July 31, 2015, this is a speed-centric …
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No Time to Explain review: Confusing entertainment
5 years ago

No Time to Explain review: Confusing entertainment

There’s just something about watching cartoons from some dark corner of the internet. The kind of cartoons that are filled with every single random, wacky idea that popped into some animator’s mind. They …
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No Time To Explain chases the future on July 17 for Xbox One
5 years ago

No Time To Explain chases the future on July 17 for Xbox One

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No Time to Explain

No Time To Explain was tinyBuild’s first project on a very low budget on outdated technology. After panning from critics for technical issues, tinyBuild has been able to rebuild the game for proper release. The remade No Time To Explain was built using Unity and features the player chasing after future selfs through time and alternate realities while fighting monsters, collecting hats and eating cake. The remake also features four player local multiplayer, redesigned boss fights and redesigned soundtracks. A quote provided by the game sums everything up in a nutshell, “I Am You From The Future! No Time To Explain, Follow m-OH CHRIST!”

No time to explain, look at the trailer from E3 below.

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No More Time to Explain coming to Xbox One
6 years ago

No More Time to Explain coming to Xbox One

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tinyBuild, the developer of No Time to Explain, announced that during PAX East a deal was made with Microsoft to bring a remake of the game to Xbox One. The …
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