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Devblog Posts of the Day (3)

1. Paladin Studios: Momonga Mondays: The Owl Guards

Paladin Studios is going to tell us something about their upcoming iOS hit game (yes, we have a glass ball) Momanga. Enjoy!

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Today is the start of Momonga Mondays! Each Monday we will give you a behind the scenes preview of Momonga Pinball Adventures.

The star of this Monday is the little Owl Guard, an annoying fellow who has an even more annoying shield. These guards are General Kuton’s henchmen (more on Kuton soon). They follow you around and occasionally throw knives at you. Annoying indeed.

Read post here http://www.paladinstudios.com/2012/03/19/momonga-mondays-the-owl-guards/

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2. Terry Cavanagh: New site — Free Indie Games

Terry Cavanagh started a new project. It’s a blog with screenshots and links from some cool freeware games. Here’s his explanation:
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When I started making games as a full time thing, most of the sites I read were blogs that covered lots of cool and experimental freeware games. It was really exciting for me at the time, to see that sorta thing happening around me, to see so many people doing things with this medium that I’d never seen before. Being part of that hugely influenced the sorta games I work on now.

I think that’s still happening, but things have changed, as they do. The sites I used to read have changed their focus. And that’s cool, but I feel like something’s missing now. I want there to be somewhere out there which just focuses on the awesome little experimental games that got me into this in the first place – so, I started something.

I’m intentionally keeping it pretty simple – the site is literally just screenshots and links to stuff I find interesting. Hopefully you’ll find it worthwhile, though.

Read post here distractionware.com/blog/2012/03/free-indie-games
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And this is his new site: www.freeindiegam.es

3. Free Indie Game #246378: Drill Killer (Thecatamites)

And this one we found through Cavanagh’s new website: The Drill Killer. It is developed in 48 hours for Ludum Dare 22.

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Discover the secret of the Drill Killer. And his Curse.

You can play the game by clicking here.

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4. Emanuele Feronato: From Stencyl to App Store: Circle Chain Is Waiting For Review

‘Stencyl is really a complete and powerful tool’, says Stencyl developer Emanuele Feronato. ‘You can build prototypes in a matter of minutes thanks to the built-in Flixel and Box2D engines.’

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After some time and some troubles, finally Circle Chain has been submitted to the App Store, it’s currently waiting for review, and if everything goes well, it will be available for free in about a week.

Read post here www.emanueleferonato.com/2012/03/20/from-stencyl-to-app-store-circle-chain-is-waiting-for-review/

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