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Submitted by Jaydepps 715d ago | review

Indie Game HQ Review: ‘Party of Sin’ by Crankshaft Games

In Indie Game HQ’s latest review, James took a look at Crankshaft Games’ first retail title Party of Sin. The game combines the platformer and puzzle genres to create a frustrating yet fun experience. It is currently available for $14.99 through Steam, GamersGate, and directly through their site for PC. (Party of Sin, PC) 8.3/10

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