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Gish
Game Description:Gish isn't your average hero, in fact he's not your average anything.. see Gish is a ball of tar. A Sunday stroll with his lady friend Brea goes awry when a shadowy figure emerges from an open man hole and pulls Brea into the ground below. Following Brea's calls for help Gish suddenly finds himself in the subterranean sewers of Dross, a long forgotten city filled with twisting corridors, evil traps and some of the most demented creatures imaginable. With his gelatinous structure as his only means of defense Gish must follow the echoing cries of his damsel in distress deep into the earth bellow. What freakish creatures dwell in this subterranean land? Who is Brea's captor? And just how far down does the rabbit hole go? Life isn't easy when you're a 12 pound ball of tar...
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  • "Humble" Indie Bundle Launches, Support Charities By Playing Games!

    Far be it from me to tell you how to spend your money and your time, but you really should check out the Humble Indie Game Bundle. The download pack for PC and Mac contains five award-winning indie games (World of Goo, Aquaria, Lugaru HD, Gish, Penumbra: Overture), and cost whatever you want to pay... and it's for charity. So this is the...

    Posted May 5, 2010

    "Humble" Indie Bundle Launches, Support Charities By Playing Games!

 


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