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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 891d ago | preview

[PAX East '13] Electronic Super Joy hands-on

"As people walked through the Indie Mega Booth on the PAX East show floor this past weekend, they may have noticed one TV in particular that had an ominous “Beware of Seizures” warning scrawled on a post-it note attached to it.

Those with enough morbid curiosity, like myself, got to experience the treat that is Electronic Super Joy.

Developed by Michael Todd Games, ESJ is nothing short of a techno-fused adrenaline-pumping semi-psychotic rave that inhabits the narrow confines of a videogame. That may sound negative, but it was a fantastic experience, if a little heavy on the flashing lights." - Tom Farndon (Android, Electronic Super Joy, iPad, iPhone, PAX East 2013, PC)

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