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Submitted by TheGamerGeek 840d ago | article

Indies Gone Wild: A Squirrel, a Ball, and a Voxel

Words cannot explain our current state of shock. We have found two, yes two, games that are worth your hard earned dollars this week. Right now is a pretty hectic time for releases as Tomb Raider and God of War Ascension spin around in peoples consoles, with Bioshock Infinite looming just around the corner. But in what little downtime you can manage, we’ve found a digestible chunk of pixels (and voxels) that could be enough to suit your fancy. (Xbox 360)

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