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Size Five Games, formerly Zombie Cow, has announced a new special edition of Ben There, Dan That. The charming point-and-click adventure has been revamped with graphical enhancements, a new soundtrack (by which we mean there is a soundtrack now) and lots of bonuses. Bonus materials include an ...

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Let's face it: Zombies have become oppressively mainstream during these past few years. Let's also face the fact that cows have equally over-saturated civilization ever since somebody figured out that the milk they produce tastes totally awesome. We assume that these two undeniable truths are the...

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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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Zombie Cow's educational, dirty-minded twin-stick shooter, Privates, will see its rich, lore-filled universe expanded sometime next year with a free DLC expansion. Cow's Dan Marshall explained on the developer's blog, "we've decided to go all-out and make a whole new adventure, this time set inside...

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In a not-so-stunning turn of events, it seems that the battle to release Zombie Cow's genitalia-based shooter Privates on Xbox Live Indie Games has been lost. Zombie Cow announced as much this morning, saying, "The guys at Xbox have been amazing. They've been really helpful and supportive throughou...

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Privates, the latest opus from British indie devs Zombie Cow Studios, creators of such irreverent adventure games as Ben There, Dan That and Time Gentlemen, Please is now available to download for free through the television station which commissioned the game, Channel 4. We've been playing it for ...

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So ... Privates is a game about tiny marines invading the human body. More specifically, it's about invading the private parts of the human body. We've seen screens before, but now you can see it in motion thanks to the magic of video. Suffice it to say that the game, much like anatomy itself, look...

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Though we're deeply fascinated with the concept for Zombie Cow's next quirky project, the genital-exploring twin-stick shooter Privates, we hadn't considered the hurdles this type of mature innovation might face. Seattle PI recently posited the question of whether the game would even be allowed to ...

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You may have heard by now that we're big fans of Zombie Cow, the studio behind the point-and-click genius of Ben There, Dan That and Time Gentlemen, Please. And by "big fans" we mean we love it so much it makes our hearts hurt a little bit. So imagine the squeals of pure childlike delight echoing f...

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Being a giant, beloved video game blog has its downsides. For example, we sometimes neglect to give independent developers our coverage love (or loverage, if you will) as we get caught up in AAA, AAAA or the rare quintuple-A titles. To remedy that, we're giving indies the chance to create their own ...

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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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Zombie Cow's Dan Marshall has always walked in two worlds, writing editorials and reviews for PCZone as he programmed his first game, Gibbage. As he (and partner Ben Ward) went on to create adventure games like Ben There, Dan That, he found the experience extremely helpful. So helpful, he told G...

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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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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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We know that we normally wait until Monday to bring you fresh Free Game Club offerings, but, to be honest, we couldn't go another day without bringing this gem to your attention. If you have any place in your heart for adventure games (especially those of the LucasArts variety), then you must, mus...

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