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Indentured Servitude Remains Fun in Papa’s Cupcakeria

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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Indentured Servitude Remains Fun in Papa’s Cupcakeria

Tweet Papa Louie, the mustachioed restaurateur who stars in Flipline’s ongoing Papa Louie Arcade series, is a shrewd businessman — and also kind of a jerk. Every few months, the guy offers a hapless guy or gal some fantastic prize, say, season tickets to the home team. The catch, of course, is that you’ll be [...]

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Bones to Pick: Five-Up Dominoes World

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

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Bones to Pick: Five-Up Dominoes World

Tweet Poker, poker, poker, Scrabble, and probably more poker — those are the games one instantly thinks of when they imagine real-time social games on Facebook. Sure, there have been some high-end exceptional real-time games on the network, but in terms of casual sit-down-and-play titles, poker is generally in the cards. (It was too easy [...]

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GeoGuessr is Quite Literally Location-Based Gaming

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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GeoGuessr is Quite Literally Location-Based Gaming

Tweet Where in the world has this game been all my life? If I knew the answer to that, I’d be able to click on its location, and win all the points. GeoGuessr, an extraordinarily clever browser game by Anton Wallén, is a location-based game about determining a location for points. The game drops you somewhere on [...]

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Kingdom Rush to Stay Warm

Thursday, March 21, 2013

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Kingdom Rush to Stay Warm

Tweet I don’t understand why TriplePoint client Armor Games is constantly under attack by monsters and hooligans of every stripe. I happen to think they’re nice enough folks, myself, but it seems to me like they need to be defended by towers very frequently. Hot on the heels of a new Cursed Treasure sequel, Armor Games has [...]

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Robot Rising is in Open Beta and We’re All Doomed

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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Robot Rising is in Open Beta and We’re All Doomed

Tweet I don’t understand why, when I go to the trouble of warning you guys about these things, nobody takes the proper precautions. I told you last month that the horrible robot sympathizers at Tencent Boston were bringing another robot apocalypse upon our heads, and I was hoping that would get you guys to start building [...]

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Robot Rising Headed to Facebook; Thanks, Tencent Boston

Thursday, July 12, 2012

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Robot Rising Headed to Facebook; Thanks, Tencent Boston

Tweet It never fails. The second we start trying to advance global technology and development, it leads to an uprising of robots which winds up threatening humanity, every time. You’d think we would figure it out after a while, but no — this time, we’ve got TriplePoint client Tencent Boston to blame. I’m sure they [...]

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Troops That Should Really Be in Evony (But Probably Not)

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

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Troops That Should Really Be in Evony (But Probably Not)

Tweet Every completely connected conqueror in Evony (A TriplePoint client) knows their way around ridiculously massive armies, and the troops that make them up. If you’re going to unite the lands of your server under your own flag, you’re going to need a whole bunch of soldiers, and you’ll need a whole bunch of kinds [...]

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