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Save Game Sunday Kickday – Culina: Hands in the Kitchen

This week’s pick for our Save Game Sunday Kickday is something a little different.  Culina: Hands in the Kitchen is a unique blend of simulation and visual novel, diving into the world of restaurant ownership.  If you love to cook, or have ever dreamed of owning your own restaurant, then this Kickstarter campaign might be worth a look.  Read on to check it out.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: Ninja Pizza Girl

“Ninja Pizza Girl is a serious game about bullying, emotional resilience – and pizza delivering ninjas!”  That’s the pitch for Ninja Pizza Girl, a fantastic looking platformer which also tries to tackle some serious issues facing teenagers.  It’s a tough provoking, family made game, and it’s our pick for this week’s Kickday.  Read on to learn more about it.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: Bacon Man

“Old King Roast Beef has been brutally murdered, and his obviously innocent grandson Bacon Man has been framed by the Food Kings. Escape the clutches of evil, gather allies, and help Bacon Man restore his rightful place on the Meat Throne.” That’s the pitch for Bacon Man, a side scrolling adventure game that’s our pick for this week’s Sunday Kickday.  Read on to learn more about it.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: PYRELLA

“Brave a temple of horrors in utter darkness with only a torch to light your way. Keeping the flame alive takes brains & brawn.”  That’s the pitch for PYRELLA, a dark side scrolling adventure game in the Metroidvania style filled with enemies, traps and puzzles.  But in Pyrella, the true enemy is the darkness itself.  Read on to learn more about this week’s pick for Sunday Kickday.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday – Together: Amna & Saif

These days, it seems like every game has a multiplayer component.  But modern multiplayer is played almost exclusively online.  Even co-op gaming has become largely dependent on the internet.  Even as broadband allows us to play with friends all over the world, something very important has been lost.  That intangible connection between two people, sitting on a couch, playing on a single screen is quickly fading away.  Our choice for this week’s Kickday, Together: Amna & Saif, hopes to bring that experience back.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: Radix

One of my favorite gaming genres is the classic NES era platformer.  Many of my fondest gaming memories were formed in those colorful, pixelated worlds with the strangely floating ledges.  But as fun as those games were, their often strictly linear nature makes them a bit of a hard sell these days.  Radix, our Save Game Kickday pick for this week, aims to change that.  Read on to learn all about it.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: Super Daryl Deluxe

Yes, it’s that time again.  No, not time to lock yourself in your bedroom, climb under the covers, and pray for God to make it Saturday again.  Saturday is gone.  It’s Sunday now, which means it’s also Kickday; the day we shed a some light on a Kickstarter campaign that needs a little love.  This week, it’s Super Daryl Deluxe.  How can you resist a name like that?  Read on to check it out.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: Adventures of Pip

Video game graphics have come a long way since the days of Atari and Colecovision.  While most modern games are rendered in three dimensions, there is still something to be said for a beautifully made two dimensional side scroller.  Our choice for this week’s Kickday is not only a gorgeous example of what a retro styled game can be, it’s also a charming history lesson in the art of the medium itself.  Read on to learn more about Adventures of Pip.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: The Breakout

  We here at Save Game believe that Sundays are for curling up on the couch and spending quality time with your loved ones.  And by loved ones, we mean video games.  But Sundays can also be about giving back and getting involved, so to that end, Sundays at Save Game are becoming Kickdays.  What’s a Kickday, you ask?  Well, read on and find out.

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