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Prison Architect Reaches 250,000 Sales – Still In Alpha

Prison Architect Reaches 250,000 Sales – Still In Alpha

What names does your mind jump to when asked to pick the titles that shaped our current indie gaming landscape? I suspect Minecraft and Braid will be joined by a few personal favourites for most of you, but in my case the association is strongest with Darwinia: a game so entirely beautiful despite being so daringly lo-fi, that promised amazing new ideas could come from small, left-field teams and rank among a list of the best things you played that year.

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Early Release: Prison Architect Alpha & Pre-Order Rewards

Early Release: Prison Architect Alpha & Pre-Order Rewards

Introversion Software, poster children of British independent games until indie games exploded into the mainstream, have finally made their new game Prison Architect available, albeit in an alpha state. It is so alpha that they list Game Breaking Bugs as a feature. Take the jump for details and silly voices.

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Forgotten Classics – Uplink

Forgotten Classics – Uplink

Few gaming highlights graced our screens back in 2003, and even fewer were worth remembering. After all, 2003 was 8 years ago now – heck, Half Life 2 hadn’t even seen the light of day, and groundbreaking developments akin to Crysis and Gears of War were still very much pipe-dreams; we’re talking ancient, light-years, even eons ago for the gaming industry. However, there was one little gem in particular that brightened up what was an otherwise dull gaming year. You see, every so often a game slips through under the radar, launching with the very minimum of fuss, and managing to survive via favourable reviews and word of mouth alone. Games such as these are considerably few and far between, yet in March of 2003 a game of such calibre was released, and that game was dubbed Uplink: Hacker Elite.

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