The Walking Dead #1 - Are You Dead?
This is part one of the playthrough that our fine host Mr. Devin Vertigo is doing for Telltale Games' fantastic series "The Walking Dead". If you are itchin' for the show to return, watching this gameplay and all the drama that unfolds just may keep you entertained until the show comes back!
Devin Vertigo checks out TinyHack, the best 9x9 Dungeon Crawler on the net! Start your own adventure at http://boingboing.net/rob/tinyhack/ today!
Introduction music used with permission from the band I Curse The Day. Song title is "Intro" off the album Check them out at: http://www.myspace.com/icursethedayband or
Disclaimer: You can play TinyHack, right NOW at their website, http://boingboing.net/rob/tinyhack Game created by By Rob Beschizza. and source code is available at the bottom of the main page! Content meant for educational and informational purposes, and because the game is just that awesome!
What is the Vertigo Nerdcast? Well, it's a new piece of material that the people over at Vertigo want to offer you. When the moment strikes us we're going to record new pieces of material when talking about nerdy topics. They can range from Star Trek to old horror movies and everything in between. This episode features a lengthy discussion about Star Trek full of our favorite characters, episodes, ship and even favorite holodeck programs. Check it out!
Devin Vertigo returns to Scribblenauts Unlimited, taking a trip to Elipses Ruins, and then a rather unfortunate trip to Prison! Following that, he beat that elusive Gauntlet and conquered Payper Plains!
Introduction music used with permission from the band I Curse The Day. Song title is "Intro" off the album Check them out at: MySpaceor Facebook
Disclaimer: Scribblenauts Unlimited is now available in the Steam store (store.steampowered.com/). If you like what you see please purchase the game! You can also head over to their main portal here: http://games.kidswb.com/official-site/scribblenauts/unlimited/and support 5th Cell Games! Content meant for educational and informational purposes, and because the game is just that