2018-12-21 17:49:13

No I don't mean the paper things with bangers and the worlds' most horrible jokes, I mean that today's huge bag of festively newsily goodness happens to contain references both to Christmas, and to craziness.

First off, anyone who has been hanging about on our forums recently will have gather that Liam Urven of Lworks has been updating his classic The great toy robbery
a festive crime which has provided fun for the last fourteen years.

As Naughty McNaughterson (really his parents should've been a little more careful with the name), sneak into Santer's workshop and grab up as many toys as possible  in two minutes, trying to wrack up as high a score as possible.

The new version of the game has been almost entirely  redesigned, with all new sound effects, and a monumental boss battle with Mr. Claus to cap it off, including the chance to take him on in his rocket powered slay  your good enough.
it also features 100 achievements to work for, local scoreboards, and even a version that will run natively on Mac Os as well as windows.

See this topic for your commenting pleasure.

Next up,  there is that craziness I mentioned, which of course means further updates to Crazy party Highlights of these udpates include new battle cards and battle bots, new support cards for bolstering your allies in team battles, and a new  to play from the circus. As always feel free to Chat about the game here.

If that isn't enough, those who fancy getting together with others this Christmas have some new toys to play with (none stolen ones), thanks to the Rs games team The RS games client has now got two new games, the dice game left right and centre, and the simple but addictive card game war. Read more in This topic

Further card based storytelling can be found in This new projtect from Aprone

Complements of the crazy season to all

With our dreaming and singing, Ceaseless and sorrowless we! The glory about us clinging Of the glorious futures we see,
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)

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2018-12-21 18:53:33

ea, can't wait to try tgtr

Scientists say the world is growing constantly,
But this isn't possible, because if the world were growing then it would have to have an end but it can't end because if it ended there would be nothing and nothing isn't anything because something is not nothing and aaaaarg!

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