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A Game For People Who Like Weird Hotels, Hidden Corridors And David Lynch

In The Norwood Suite, the chef asked me to go to his hotel room and pick up some pickles from the closet. Instead, I got lost in a hidden corridor that curved through the resort, dumping me out into the kitchen right next to the giant chess room. That’s just how it goes in The […]

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A Game For People Who Like Weird Hotels, Hidden Corridors And David Lynch

In The Norwood Suite, the chef asked me to go to his hotel room and pick up some pickles from the closet. Instead, I got lost in a hidden corridor that curved through the resort, dumping me out into the kitchen right next to the giant chess room. That’s just how it goes in The […]

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Find Your Favorite Room In A Kaleidoscopic Labyrinth

The Catacombs of Solaris by Ian MacLarty is an exploration game that sends players through a maze of warping walls. There’s only one goal: find your favorite room in the labyrinth. It’s a trippy waltz through a technicolor wonderland. It’s this week’s Indie Pick.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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I Learned Calculus With A Video Game, And It Was Surprisingly Fun

I, like many people, am terrible at math. I need a calculator to do basic addition and subtraction. Math class was excruciatingly painful for me, not to mention boring. But the open-world game Variant: Limits aims to make learning math, specifically calculus, fun. Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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