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Submitted by rajeanak25 780d ago | news

'Edge Of Space' A Place Only Sharks Dare Dwell

"When video games where first taking off back in the ‘80s we saw the opportunity for video games to transport us to a whole other world. We could be heroes and kill demons or drive super cars around tracks, we could do anything.
The more recent trend in gaming has been to fulfil the more basic and simple tasks such as to farm or mine, and it’s not like this is niche… The guys over at HandyMan Studios have managed to turn the mundane (yet popular) idea of mining into a whole other level with their latest venture Edge Of Space." - Alex Wilkinson (Edge of Space, Indie, PC)

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