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Seed of Destruction

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I don’t think I really need to make a case for Seed of Destruction, it pretty much sells itself. You play a cheerful stick figure cowboy, bent on destroying everyone he sees. And he does it riding a giant sperm.

Use the left and right arrow keys to change direction, up arrow to get a speed boost, and down arrow to slow down. You have constant forward momentum so just point him whichever you way you want him and he’ll go. To destroy, ram into people and vehicles with the head of your sperm, or whip them with your tail. Your tail can also be used to deflect oncoming projectiles, which damage the sperm if they hit the head. Some vehicles, like tanks, are too strong to be rammed, so you’ll have to redirect missiles towards them with your tail.

The art and music are A+, and the game is worth playing for the cutscenes alone. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to play Grand Theft Auto with a 5 star wanted level while flying through the air on a giant sperm, your prayers have finally been answered.

Play Seed of Destruction

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Written by Nurse Edna

December 19, 2010 at 1:31 pm

Vox Populi, Vox Dei (A Werewolf Thriller)

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You’re one of the few humans left in a world peopled by werewolves. And your heart has just been broken by your special lady. And your special lady has just been taken by werewolves! Could things get any worse? No. That’s it. Those weres just messed with the wrong ninja (you are also a ninja).

To get your girl back you’ll have to infiltrate what appears to be the werewolf business district. You have two weapons in your arsenal: 1.) You have a really fierce pounce. Like really fierce (it actually puts the werewolves to shame, who for some reason prefer to shoot things at you from holes in their chests). 2.) And like any good ninja, you can turn invisible. Use these in combination to make your way past the werewolf horde. It’s tougher than it sounds. You’d have to be pretty good to sneak past all of them without touching one. And you must be very careful not to pounce on one where you can be seen by others. And your pounce, as I mentioned before, is pretty enthusiastic. You might think you’re safe pouncing on one as soon as the other’s back is turned, only to find yourself and your prey on a bloody slip n’ slide that leads right into the feet of the other werewolf. It takes a bit of planning, and good timing if you’re going to make it.

So if the idea of an action/platformer/stealth/puzzle game appeals to you, Vox Populi, Vox Dei is the game for you.

It points all this out as you play, but I’ll just mention that you use the arrow keys to move left and right, space to jump, down arrow plus space to pounce, and ctrl to turn invisible.

Play Vox Populi, Vox Dei (A Werewolf Thriller)

Written by Nurse Edna

December 6, 2010 at 1:44 pm