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A Steel Media round-up for the week of May 21st

By , on May 25, 2018
Last modified 3 weeks, 3 days ago

Here’s another weekly round-up of news, previews, and features from Pocket Gamer, 148Apps, and the rest of our sister sites.

On our Youtube page, James Gilmour reviews Zero/Sum, the comedic b-movie math game about finding the cure for cancer from math terrorists. The so-bad-it's-fun cutscenes, increasingly complex mechanics, and additional modes make Zero/Sum an enjoyable and well-designed puzzler that doesn't take itself seriously.

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Over on Pocket Gamer, reader comments provide an overview of the unique puzzler Homo Machina, praising its steampunk portrayal of the human body, surprisingly brain-teasing puzzles, and plethora of little details and animations.

Finally on 148Apps, Harry Slater provides a list of some of the best puzzle games on mobile, ranging from the tactile puzzle-boxes of The Room to Euclidean Lands' cubic challenges.

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For those stories and many more, be sure to visit our fellow sites, and keep an eye for more weekly round-ups on upcoming Fridays.


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