Stonking Great Games: Mortified Magpie

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As much as I like SFCave-style games, I deducted points because I was attacked by a magpie as a child (WHILE WEARING A STUPID ICE CREAM BUCKET WITH EYES PAINTED ON IT), and now have no empathy for them.
- Dan Teasdale, Harmonix
No sound? - Easy to play.
- Kelly Zmack, Radical
Where am I, and what's this 'Zero Punctuation' I keep hearing about?
- Greg McClanahan, Kongregate
Reminds me of some of the Yeti's games.
- Rusty Buchert, Sony
I'm not quite sure what this game is doing in this particular competition, though I can't help but suspect its avian-family-values-driven premise couldn't help but be improved by the addition of a Yeti swinging a baseball bat to help launch the little feathered devil on his way.
- Richard Dansky, Red Storm
Nice variation on the Joust mechanic -- fun and simple.
- Joby-Rome Otero, Luxoflux
Finally, a game to teach our youth about the dangers of alternative energy.
- Nate Fox, Sucker Punch
You do know this is nothing to do with ZP, right? It even bold-facedly says it was created for something called the 'DIGITAL CHALLENGE 2009'. I admire the audacious opportunism on display, though.
- Yahtzee