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Thursday, September 07, 2006
Poster Paster by Shane Hockings is an extremely faithful remake, down to every minute detail. Unfortunately that is also where the problem lies, as the wicked controls made their way into this version as well.

The objective of the game is basically to paste posters on empty billboard spaces while keeping mutated creatures away from your bucket of glue. Not recommended for anyone except for fans of the original.

Name: Poster Paster
Developer: Shane Hockings
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB
Blogger Unknown said at 11/02/2006 07:33:00 PM:  
I think everyone should download it, and give it a try. Relive (or meet) your inner retro-geek.