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Daily iPhone App: Penny Arcade's On The Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3

I've become a big fan of Zeboyd Games recently -- their last title, Cthulu Saves the World, is a really well-designed (and funny!) love letter to the Japanese RPGs of yesteryear. Penny Arcade is a very popular video game and pop culture webcomic that's released three games now, and Zeboyd was h...

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Interview with Penny Arcade game dev

Gamasutra has a nice interview with Darren Evenson, the lead designer of the Penny Arcade game with the long title that's set to hit Macs at the end of the year. The interview's got me more excited than ever about this thing-- apparently Penny Arcade and Hothead studios actually polled people on the...

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Penny Arcade game coming to Mac next year

The Penny Arcade Expo was held this past weekend in Seattle, Washington, and we got lots of news about the Penny Arcade videogame, officially titled (you might want to sit down for this one) Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness, Episode One. I told you it would be long....

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Wil Shipley appears in Penny Arcade

Wil Shipley, he of the Delicious Generation's namesake, appears in yesterday's Penny Arcade comic, as a guy hopefully waiting in the iPhone line. (Little does he know that they'll have plenty there even after he makes his way to the front.) The appearance came out of last year's Child's Play auction...

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Penny Arcade switches to Macs

Roughly 14 thousand people sent us a link to today's Penny Arcade (a web comic that the gamers seem to enjoy) which details one of the main characters switch to the 'light side,' as some people have put it. This is a case of art imitating life since Tycho, one of the dudes behind this cult hit, has...

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Penny Arcade excited about Intel Macs

Penny Arcade is a webcomic/community that is all about gaming in all its forms, hence not the typical place where you would expect to find the events of the keynote being discussed, that is before Macs had some screaming Intel processors in them. It seems Tycho and Gabe, the men behind Penny Arcade,...

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