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Alex M

Member since: Jun 15th, 2006

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From Dust migrating to Google Chrome in April (Joystiq)

Mar 6th 2012 6:42PM Dude? WTH? Porting a game to Google Chrome doesn't mean it's going to be free. They probably mean that they're porting it to the Native Client plugin, not to HTML5.

Bastion is also available on the Chrome Web Store, look into it and see what a Native Client app looks like.

From Dust migrating to Google Chrome in April (Joystiq)

Mar 6th 2012 6:40PM Dude? WTH? Porting a game to Google Chrome doesn't mean it's going to be free. They probably mean that they're porting it to the Native Client plugin, not to HTML5.

Bastion's available in the Chrome Web Store as well, you can play the first area for free to check out what a Native Client app looks like.

From Dust migrating to Google Chrome in April (Joystiq)

Mar 6th 2012 6:39PM Dude? What the hell? Porting a game to Google Chrome doesn't mean it's going to be free. They probably mean that they're porting it to the Native Client plugin, not to HTML5.

Bastion's available in the Chrome Web Store as well, you can play the first area for free to check out what a Native Client app looks like.

12 Days of Joyswag: Nintendo 3DS plus eight games (and a ton of Skylanders) (Joystiq)

Dec 26th 2011 1:28AM On the subway/bus, and the toilet, of course.

12 Days of Joyswag: Nintendo DS and eleven (11!) games (Joystiq)

Dec 22nd 2011 11:00PM A war axe ... yeah.

Dragon Quest 1, 2, and 3 collected on a Wii disc (Joystiq)

May 11th 2011 6:12PM I'd buy this. And I don't even have a wii.

Of course, IV, V and VI are better, and they are already on the DS ... how's that for a wii compilation, Squeenix?

Interlocked is a three-dimensional brain teaser (Download Squad)

Mar 29th 2011 6:16PM That is pretty awesome.

One thing I noticed from your screenshot, and confirmed through playing it, is that the sharp, right-angled edges of the shapes make it hard to see some details, unless you're constantly inspecting the puzzle.

For example, in your screenshot it's hard to tell if the blue shape is flat-bottomed and resting on the orange shape, or if the blue protrudes downwards through a hole in the orange.

But I still love it, and am definitely keeping it.

Thanks!

CrossOver Games for Mac and Linux updated, fixes Rift, improves WoW and Star Trek Online (Download Squad)

Mar 24th 2011 12:06PM @Carney - Maybe the WoW fix was primarily for Linux users?

Ubuntu 11.10 will be called Oneiric Ocelot (Download Squad)

Mar 9th 2011 12:02PM Oneiric is not such a strange word in Spanish. I've used it :)

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