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Linus Bruckman’s target demographic: puzzle lovers, asylum dwellers

April 23rd, 2007 @ 10:23 am
by Vince Twelve

FreeGames_Spotlight.jpgFriendly Linus-player Gavin, was nice enough to point out that File Planet is currently running a spotlight feature on ten of their favorite free games. And the very last one on the second page is Linus, being mentioned as a game fit for the mentally instable game players out there…

A Free Game for The Insane…
In the features of this title, one line sums it up. “Gods, aliens, samurai, and Charlton Heston.” Crazy huh? Welcome to [What]Linus Bruckman Sees When His Eyes Are Closed, a free game that’s bound to make you scratch your head in puzzlement. You play two adventure games at the same time, one from the future and another as a samurai. If you aren’t confused yet, wait until your dads gambling problem puts the family burger company in trouble and you must release a fallen god. Yes, really.

I wish they had bothered to somewhere link back to this website so that people who didn’t want to register for their site could still download it, but still, it’s exceedingly cool to be mentioned in a list that includes America’s Army, F.E.A.R., Anarchy Online, and Puzzle Pirates.

Thanks for the heads up, Gavin!

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