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Post by trog @ 01:29pm 06/05/10 | 6 Comments
Kosta has taken the recently released budget title (USD$4.99 on Steam) for a test drive and whipped up a handy review of this acclaimed puzzle game:
Join Winterbottom on his award winning debut Misadventures as he travels through over 80 unique puzzles. Winterbottom causes mischief and mayhem in pursuit of the mysterious and elusive Chronoberry Pie on his spectacular journey through space- time.
If you're looking for something a bit different, check out our review for our verdict.

The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottomreview

Latest Comments
Posted 01:40pm 06/5/10
hahaha this is a fantastic review.

The unmistakeable allure of going to Gamefaqs when stuck
The unclean feeling that comes with going to Gamefaqs when stuck

I lol'd
Posted 02:24pm 06/5/10
Nice. Now I just need to wait for it to go on a sale...
Posted 02:37pm 06/5/10
I played through this game thinking it would be extremely hard and I might have to youtube some of the solutions as I did in Braid. It was really quite easy and didn't take long to finish. Nice game though.
Posted 02:39pm 06/5/10
Nice. Now I just need to wait for it to go on a sale...

dude its $US4.99. how much of a tight arse do you want to be?
Posted 03:04pm 06/5/10
^ I loled. Yeah I might pick this up
Posted 03:38pm 06/5/10
It is hard, in parts. Epic game though, absolutely love it. Worth the $6 AU, and gives you a warm feeling for supporting indie games :) And lol at iJebus, tight arse much?
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