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Following initial plans to release ​Where Is My Heart? on PC and Mac last September, the journey to rebuild a pixelated universe will now reach both platforms via Steam, Good Old Games and Humble Store on May 29 for $7.99. A Linux version is also coming, though it will launch "soon after" the ot...

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May 25, 2014 at 10:30AM
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Die Gute Fabrik's indie platformer Where is my Heart? will arrive on PC and Mac in September through Steam and the Humble Store, and then on Linux at a later date. The game launched as a PlayStation Mini in November 2011 for PS3, PSP and Vita. Where is my Heart? has players guiding a family of...

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Well, dear readers, I thought last week's one was pretty darn impossible. I thought I was going to have to come back in and post clues and the like, but yet again you've surpassed yourselves. I was really, really happy to see the elation in the post from the person who got it right when they di...

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OK -- this is getting serious now. A few people have dropped me a line suggesting that I start editing, pixellating, or blocking out parts of the image to increase Where in Warcraft's difficulty. This is the last one I'm going to try before I do that. My congratulations to Sillon, who was ...

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No, that last one isn't a question -- it's this week's PlayStation Plus subscriber bonus. Where is my Heart? is a charming little Minis title about a family of monsters searching for a new home. Also, this week sees Square Enix kick off its Winter of RPGs promotion with Chrono Cross. Oh, and t...

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There are cute things, and then there are adorable things, and then there's Where is my Heart?. This experimental indie platformer transcends the known boundaries of cuteness to such a dramatic extent that even tiny baby hippos like this one pale in comparison. Beneath that deliriously endearin...

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Even though he's making a thoughtful, retro-inspired PSP game, Bernie Schulenburg still understands how to sell. He knows that you, the consumer, don't have a lot of time to waste on purchasing decisions, so he's released not a trailer, but a mini-trailer for his upcoming Where is My Heart? that yo...

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