What is it about Duke Nukem that makes him so special? Simple answer, Duke hasn’t changed. While Duke’s legacy of delays and closed studios has no doubt eclipsed the content of the game itself ( there is even an interactive game release timeline on the disc) Duke Nukem is the same asshole that he’s always been, and people like that. Following Scott’s lead I stopped by the nearest Red Box and payed two dollars to take Duke Nukem home with me for the evening. I had a feeling Duke would be a shitty date, but I decided to take him home with me anyway.
Indie developer Wadjet Eye Games is treating gamers this Halloween to a free download of their recently updated, retro-styled point-and-click adventure game, Blackwell Deception. Simply head over to http://www.rosablackwell.com , hit the Buy Now button, and enter Boo in the discout code area, and its all yours. This deal appears to be good through the end of Friday EST, so act fast!
Point-and-click adventures always hold a special place in my heart, and how could you pass up free? Also, if you find this treat to be particuarly delicious, you may want to consider supporting this indie developer by checking out their other games, including other titles in the Blackwell series at (http://www.wadjeteyegames.com/blackwell-series.html).
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