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Swedish indies are featured in this week's "midweek madness" sale on Steam. The ten games, regularly priced between $5 and $10 (with Puzzle Dimension the exception at $3), will be available as a bundle until Thursday for $15. The pack includes Blueberry Garden, winner of best game at the 2009 Indep...

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Writing in a recent Workshop blog post, LucasArts responded to complaints that its XBLA and PC puzzle-platformer, Lucidity, can be "particularly punishing." A new update, which adds checkpoints in an effort , has been launched on PC and is set to via an update set to arrive on Xbox Live within the ...

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While our Live Top 10 posts are usually reserved for the endless slap fight between the Halo and Call of Duty franchises -- Halo 3 remains on top, if you must know -- our attention was drawn directly to Xbox Live Arcade this week. Major Nelson reports that South Park: Let's Go Tower Defense Play re...

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Two pleasantly surprising games on Xbox Live Arcade this week. First, there's South Park: Let's Go Tower Defense Play!, which is a tower defense game based on South Park, of all things. Then there's Lucidity, an original puzzle platform game from LucasArts. After taking a quick jaunt through the tr...

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Major Nelson has announced that the two games gracing Xbox Live Arcade this week will be Lucidity and South Park LET'S GO TOWER DEFENSE PLAY. The first is a puzzle platformer from LucasArts with a positively delightful art style, while the second ... well it's pretty self explanatory. It's a tower ...

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LucasArts' dreamy platformer, Lucidity, has received an official price of $10 (800 in Microsoft's fantasy currency world). While the team behind the title jested with selling a single $3,000,000 copy and calling it a day, they thankfully opted to include all of us at a more reasonable price. And i...

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LucasArts' new Lemmings-inspired puzzle platformer, Lucidity, will walk onto Xbox Live Arcade and PC -- avoiding the trap of brick and mortar shops -- on October 7. Many of the game's developers are responsible for the The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition, which updated the adventure classi...

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As promised, LucasArts showed off its new game, Lucidity, on GameTrailers TV last night. As you can see in the video above, it's sort of a puzzley platformer that has you manipulating objects in the environment in order to help Sophie (who's moving of her own free will, Lemmings-style) get from one...

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This Thursday night (or Friday morning, if you prefer) at 12:30 AM EST, Spike TV's GameTrailers TV will reveal a brand new LucasArts game, according to host Geoff Keighley. Since he announced it in a 140 character-constrained tweet, and since he wants you to watch the show, there was little room for...

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Pure de Garbanzos, a Spanish-language blogger, has posted what is claimed to be the first screenshot from LucasArts still-unconfirmed XBLA puzzle-adventure game Lucidity, about which we posted the first info. It seems to mesh with what we know about the title ... in that it pictures a little girl an...

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An inside source close to Joystiq has informed us LucasArts is bringing a brand new game (imagine that!) to XBLA, coinciding with the company's focus on downloadable releases as of late. Dubbed Lucidity, this title is described as a kind of side-scrolling adventure ... with a twist. Instead of con...

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LucasFilm, parent company of LucasArts, is working on a new video game, so says a filing at the government-owned TARR (Trademark and Registration Retrieval) website. The title is called Lucidity and it's classified as "video game software with manuals sold as a unit," which sounds like your average...

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