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    In celebrtion of 101 ratings given, here is a list of buried treasure

    Posted by (twitter: @RecursiveFrog)
    April 29th, 2012 8:40 pm

    A lot of great games have gotten a lot of attention here on LD but some other games that are equally impressive have received comparatively little buzz. I’m here to help bring some of these less-known gems to the surface:

    Dwindling Worlds

    A sensory overload of epic proportions, this game is all about sound, color, and moving your mouse in just the right way as to make the worlds grow. The narration offers clues on how to clear each stage. The visual effects are wondrous and magical.

    ZUNZANDA

    Speaking of excellent narration, the storyteller in ZUNZANDA is an incredible touch. The game may be a bit slow at times, but whether you finish or not you’ll be happy you started. This one really stuck out early and I have remembered it since based on the strength of the script and the narration alone.

    Quest^3

    While the combat in the game is random and brutal, the game can be beaten. The idea that the world shifts like a rubix cube as you traverse the top plane is a really interesting concept that could have been explored in greater depth, but that still deserves some spotlight regardless.

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    One Response to “In celebrtion of 101 ratings given, here is a list of buried treasure”

    1. SonnyBone says:

      THANK YOU , DR SODA!!!!

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