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1p Games (inc. World of Goo + Darwinia) @ GreenManGaming [PC Games]

Matt Gardner
Darwinia, Games deals, High School Dreams, Necrovision, PC games, Uplink, World Of Goo

1p Games (inc. World of Goo + Darwinia) @ GreenManGaming [PC Games]

Much like buses, or if certain overrated female poets are to be believed - men, you spend ages waiting for super deals and then two come along at once. Hot on the heels of the Humble Indie Bundle comes news that to celebrate their launch, GreenManGaming are virtually giving away five games, including World of Goo and Darwinia. Check out the list below:

World of Goo shouldn't really need an introduction and if it does, well go and buy it now. You can't even buy penny sweets for  a penny these days so this is an absurdly good deal. A single brick of Pez would be more expensive than this. Essentially, the game has you try and persuade a bunch of sticky balls of goo to get from A to B, forcing you to use your imagination and transform the balls of goo into various gravity-defying structures to navigate obstacles, chasms, spikes and towers....and it's awesome! From the gorgeous presentation to the whimsical plot to the fearsomely addictive puzzling gameplay, this is an absolute gem and you should buy it. For 1p. Now!

In fact, that pretty much goes for all of the games here. Whether you fancy reliving your teen years as a boy-obsessed girl in High School Dreams, or stepping into the FPS shoes of a German soldier fighting of demons in the middle of WWI in NecroVision, or saving the Darwinians from extinction or attempting to become the world's most '1337' hacker in Uplink, this is a perfect opportunity to check all of these games out.

Plus if you hate them all you've only lost 5p. You can't even buy a Freddo bar for that anymore.

Add a comment3 comments
Dan  May. 11, 2010 at 12:58

Uplink was SO good back in the day.

Matt Gardner  May. 11, 2010 at 13:11

Bought it just for the nostalgia :D

Jonathan Lester  May. 11, 2010 at 17:10

Dawinia's also a steal- considering that its XBLA revamp is retailing for 1200 MSP. Cracking deal- 5 games for less than the electricity it'll take to play them.


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