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Saturday, July 14, 2007
Uchuforce 2 updated with sound and new enemy ships. [Uchuforce 2 review]

A new edition of 1UP's Weekly Freeplay is out. La-Mulana, B-Intruders, Marathon Trilogy and Once Upon a Time were mentioned. One out of four ain't bad...

The Crypts of Despair updated; collected food units increased from 50 to 75. [thanks to Paul, tips by Baptistry]

Another Joakim Sandberg interview uncovered by Mosh of Planetfreeplay. It's nice to see Paul Robertson's name next to his in the credits for a Disney game.

Remakes

Richard Jordan revealed as the perpetrator responsible for the Starquake remake gameplay videos posted recently. [Zub review]

New version of G-Force posted. [direct download link, G-Force review]

The first third of Remakes 100 is up.
2 Comments:
Anonymous Kon-Tiki said at 7/14/2007 10:00:00 AM:  
Seriously, two interviews by Konjak, yet we've been trying to reach him for months now, without any reply! I'm starting to dislike the guy.
Blogger Graham Goring said at 7/14/2007 01:12:00 PM:  
Wayforward game credits are always a who's-who of the pixelling scene. Pity the design and programming aren't a who's-who of people talented in that area. ;)