Giant Boulder of Death in Review: It’s Giant… And Deadly!

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Pik Pok already had one incredible infinite runner on their hands with Into The Dead, so when I saw that they were the creative force behind [adult swim]’s latest release Giant Boulder of Death I just had to check it out.  That was a big mistake on my part.  Not because the game is bad by any means, but because now I’m addicted to the idea of crushing everything in my path with a large rocky object.  Even though you might think you’re sick of “infinite whatever” style games, if you have the slightest depraved sense of humor you owe it to yourself to check out this title.  The rest of you just go back to your humdrum lives.

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10 New App Store Games To Watch [September 2 - 8]

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The feeling that we were having some sort of Christmas season in the middle of summer is finally starting to recede, but there are still some developers turning out cool new offerings in the game department.  Three years after the original was released the premiere vehicular zombie smashing franchise is back with Zombie Highway: Driver’s Ed.  You still have some gadgets to make life a bit easier, but this time around you need to prove your driving mettle instead of just blowing away the undead with cool weapons.  On the completely absurd side [adult swim] has released their latest title called Giant Boulder of Death.  The story is silly and the objectives mainly revolve around rolling over as much as you can, but it sure is a lot of fun.  The winner in the retro revival of the week is Ultima IV: C64.  You’ll know if this is for you just by reading the title, but for those that know this is an incredible blast from the past.

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