The Retro Remakes 2008 Big Competition

It’s the Retro Remakes Competition 2008 !

Zombie Cow: Cruxade and Gibbage

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You’ve all played recent smash hit freeware adventure game renaissance thingy Ben There! Dan That! recently, right? If not, you’ve missed out on a rather damn fine and funny game and should remedy this immediately.  That is, of course, not the only reason I mention it. BT!DT! is the product of the fevered mind of the chaps behind Zombie Cow Studios. Ahar! Now the link becomes clear…

As you may have worked out by their inclusion on this blog, we’re happy to welcome Zombie Cow Studios aboard the sponsorship train for the Retro Remakes 2008 Mega Competition with the kind and generous offer of copies of the excellent and glorious body part splattering fun that is Gibbage and their latest brand spanking new shareware endeavour Cruxade, a Lumines meets Tetris ambient puzzlefest with a lovely touch in bloom effects. And yes, that is copies for each of the winners.

Owning both of these myself (ok, I blagged Gibbage as a review copy a few years back but I bought Cruxade) I can happily vouch for the fact that there’s plenty of hours of entertainment in each and I’m chuffed to have a few copies to give away.

Thanks Dan!


Written by RobF

August 7, 2008 at 11:55 pm

Posted in Prizes, Sponsors

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  1. Another great prize. Can you see yourselves playing these games and then sharing your emotions with Candy Dulfer? Well I can!
    Seriously: Great great games and lovely website!


    August 11, 2008 at 11:20 am

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