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Taking a cue from the roast beef artisans at Arby's, Good Old Games is offering a 5 for $5 sale on a collection of indie games recently added to the storefront's online catalog. GOG's Super 5 Promo includes Terry Cavanagh's VVVVVV, Smudged Cat Games' Adventures of Shuggy and Gateways, MagicalTim...

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A collection of the best-rated indie games by British developers is on sale for a couple days on Steam. The "Best of British Indie Bundle" includes Time Gentlemen, Please!, Ben There Dan That!, Eufloria, DEFCON, Frozen Synapse, Revenge of the Titans and Gratuitous Space Battles. The bundle, whose c...

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Pour yourself a hot cup of cocoa, grab a box of tissues and sit down in your favorite comfy-chair: We've got sad news. Zombie Cow, the indie studio who brought you Ben There, Dan That and Time Gentlemen, Please!, has decided to cancel its foray into more episodic-friendly adventure gaming, Revenge ...

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Time Gentlemen, Please This was hands-down the funniest game released in 2009, and 2009 was a year in which we got a new Tim Schafer game and the return of the Monkey Island series, so that's saying something. If you missed out, please go buy it, it's cheap as can be and a true delight....

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The adventure game genre has begun to rally back into the hearts and minds of all gamerkind, largely on the backs of re-released LucasArts classics and high-minded, hand-drawn indie darlings. But let us not forget about the role played by Zombie Cow's Ben There, Dan That and its successor, Time Gen...

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In the parlance of its stars, we've got some absolutely brillo news for you today. Zombie Cow Studios has just announced the first of the episodic Dan and Ben games (a follow-up to the delightful adventures Ben There, Dan That and Time Gentlemen, Please): Revenge of the Balloon-Headed Mexican. ZCS...

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Frequent listeners to the Joystiq Podcast know that we have nothing but love for Ben There, Dan That and Time Gentlemen, Please!. Heck, we dig the games so much, we even managed to group some words together on them for our website here. Long story short: They're great games, and if you haven't che...

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Well, this is the perfect way to start a Tuesday morning. Zombie Cow Studios, the guys behind the brilliant Ben There, Dan That and Time Gentlemen, Please have told Rock, Paper, Shotgun that they're working on new, episodic adventures for Dan and Ben, prompted in part by the game's ridiculously go...

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Every self-respecting indie developer we know treasures their poverty, wearing it as a badge of honor not unlike those bohemian kids in Rent. But for you monsters that are just interested in a payday, Jeff On Games has an interesting piece about how likely it is that you'll be able to make a livin...

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I have a tough confession to make, so try not to judge me. Most adventure games that are supposed to be funny ... they don't really make me laugh. I mean, I get that they're amusing, which, combined with the joy of solving the occasional clever puzzle, is enough to keep me playing. There's humor in...

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We're not sure if you know this about us, but we're in the mood to do a little sharing this morning: We love Zombie Cow's hilarious PC graphic adventure, Ben There, Dan That, to a degree we're not entirely comfortable with. You can imagine then our delight as we pass along that a sequel, Time Gent...

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