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Saturday, August 05, 2006
Organic UnitsWarning: Contains nudity.

cactus will release a new game called Organic Units sometime next week.

Description: You are hired as a tester for a mysterious company, who wants you to try out some weird machinery made out of flesh. But the tests are not exactly safe, you have to put lives on the line (one of them being your own), and soon you realize that the machinery is not what's being tested, but yourself.

Nice. Where do I sign up?

[Illegal Communication, Retro Future, Precision, Retro II review]
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/05/2006 05:00:00 AM:  
looks very interesting!
As this is is a contribution "for a Game Boy competition" I wonder if this game will be released as a GB-ROM...
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/07/2006 08:08:00 AM:  
And really can't imagine how anyone can be offended by nudity, let alone GB quality nudity. A quirky little find! Bravo!
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/07/2006 10:11:00 AM:  
The game is being made using Game Maker, and will be compatible with most PCs.