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Boom Box Blue!

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A unique physics game! This is what you get when you combine Physics with Tetris, and add some Bombs to the mix!

– Glorious Physics!
– Upgrades!
– Leaderboards!
– Infinite Gameplay!

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2 Comments

  1. ledzaid says:

    actually, FFXIV isn’t mo1ter hunter-like as this game it’s called to be.

  2. david.t.hawthorne says:

    “In games small and large, the industry sends a strong signal that graphic violence is the best of what it has to offer.” — We did see a game or two, including some that are being called the best games of the year like Threes.nDLC? Seriously, I want to echo othe1 comments… DLC is not enough. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – the Attorney General’s Co1umer Protection Division should get involved in this. If people are buying a product that develope1 know full well will not work, it’s fraud.nAs for Driveclub buckling under early adopte1, surely given the number of pre-orde1 the dev’s would be able to simulate load testing. I’m a developer myself, albiet not a a game dev. We use scripted test-driven development every day to certify our code works and does not break other things before we deploy. With TDD being such a standard in the dev world today and the new tools available to simulate network loads one would think this would be less of a problem.

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