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EA Asks Origin Partners to Stop Promoting SimCity

Friday, March 8, 2013

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EA Asks Origin Partners to Stop Promoting SimCity

Tweet If you haven’t been following the recent launch of SimCity, EA’s latest incarnation of the classic civic design simulator, well… it’s been rough. After a long campaign of promising the always-on requirement wouldn’t lead to a repeat of the Diablo 3 disaster, it led to precisely that. Players are understandably furious, and the press has been [...]

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Blurtt is Worth a Thousand Words

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

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Blurtt is Worth a Thousand Words

Tweet Let’s assume a picture is worth a thousand words — and that the average word is 6 characters long. Blurtt, a TriplePoint client which allows you to easily add images to your messages — and captions to those images — has essentially given you the power to compose a 6,000 character tweet. Not too [...]

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Dragonian Era Officially Rises

Friday, March 9, 2012

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Dragonian Era Officially Rises

Tweet Man, I tried to warn you. I told you, twice, that the Dragonian Era was about to Rise. And now, it has! I hope, for all of our sakes, you were adequately prepared for all of this rising. TriplePoint client Mgame USA put out the word today that Rise of Dragonian Era has had its [...]

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Dragonian Era Rising on March 9th

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

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Dragonian Era Rising on March 9th

Tweet In another stunningly accurate prediction of historical events, TriplePoint client Mgame USA has pinpointed the exact date when this era will end, and the next era will begin. According to these anthropologists, we can expect the Rise of Dragonian Era on March 9th, 2012. That is the date when the information age will draw to [...]

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Focus Home Launches a Pair of Sites with a Bunch of Screens

Friday, February 3, 2012

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Focus Home Launches a Pair of Sites with a Bunch of Screens

Tweet I did not just call beloved TriplePoint client Focus Home Interactive “parasites.” I said they just opened a pair of sites. Websites. Pages where you can read about a couple of new games they’ve got coming up. I don’t even get how you misunderstood me; this is a text-based medium. I literally spelled out what I meant [...]

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The Ryzing of Facebook Bingo

Monday, January 30, 2012

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The Ryzing of Facebook Bingo

Tweet The engineers at TriplePoint client RockYou have done the unthinkable: Crafted a way to play bingo, online, with all of the swell money and prizes inherent to the game, and without the overpowering presence of topical cream and despair. Bingo by Ryzing, which is played without having to rise in any way from your computer, [...]

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Xbox LIVE Becomes More Quarrelsome

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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Xbox LIVE Becomes More Quarrelsome

Tweet Liquor tours anew! Er, excuse me. Quarrel is out now! I always get those two things mixed up. Which is good, because my word-mixing will need to be in top form to compete in Quarrel, newly released for Xbox LIVE Arcade by TriplePoint client UTV Ignition. Quarrel players are presented with an 8-letter anagram, and challenged to come [...]

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Atari’s Breakout Boost Gets Even Boostier

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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Atari’s Breakout Boost Gets Even Boostier

Tweet Atari, legendary game company and TriplePoint client, decided to give a little boost to one of their breakout titles, Breakout: Boost. A free-to-play iOS take on an enduring classic, Breakout: Boost came out a little while ago and put a few new spins on the original brick-hating gameplay. But that clearly wasn’t enough, because now there’s [...]

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Firefly Night Sees the Light of Day

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

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Firefly Night Sees the Light of Day

Tweet I like to think that most of us have fond memories of catching fireflies on a clear, dry night. The bit with the flying bombs and gigantic spiders, that part I don’t remember. Thankfully, TriplePoint client Frozen Giant Games has rekindled those memories with Firefly Night, their very first game ever. It is available [...]

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Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut Launches for iPhone

Monday, January 25, 2010

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Broken Sword: The Director’s Cut Launches for iPhone

Tweet Ever since playing the original Broken Sword (or Circle of Blood as we called it Stateside) for my PC back in the late 1990s, I have always had a renewed fear of clowns. It’s bad enough that they are how they are, but now I’m constantly worried they will bomb a coffeehouse and lead [...]

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Launch of the App of the Dawn of the Dead

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

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Launch of the App of the Dawn of the Dead

Tweet Zombies, zombies, zombies. If they’re not ruining your garden or eating pizza, they’re busy mauling your face. TriplePoint client Bytemark Games sympathizes with the zombie victim’s plight, and would like to arm everybody to the teeth in order to survive the zombie onslaught in Dawn of the Dead for the iPhone. Launching today on [...]

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Bight Games Launches Fleeced, Shears Cost of Other Games

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

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Bight Games Launches Fleeced, Shears Cost of Other Games

Tweet I always wondered why I wasn’t seeing more llama wool products at Banana Republic. I didn’t know there was so much cannon fire involved in retrieving it. Canadian developers Bight Games would like to announce that they have launched Fleeced! Shear Terror, a completely accurate portrayal of historic Peruvian llama-shearing, and all of the [...]

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