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Gaming Goes ‘Old Skool’

Written by PETA | May 5, 2010

If you prefer Atari to Wii or have dreams of getting your name on the Galaga Top Ten High Score Table, We’d like to introduce you to what could easily become your new addiction: Escape From the Slaughterhouse.

 

Escape from the Slaughterhouse

 

Created by Mikael Romlin, this game is for the “old skool” gamer in all of us. It has a Crystal Castles feel, but instead of collecting gems and trying to escape Berthilda the Witch, you are searching for cages in each level in order to set your friends free and trying to escape from the slaughterhouse. You’ll encounter butchers along the way (whom you can defeat by jumping on their heads), and you have to be careful not to fall into the meat grinders.

I’m going to give you a heads-up and say that this game isn’t easy (even our resident gaming expert, Joel Bartlett, only made it to the first boss), but the rewards are worth it. Freedom for all? Yes, please!

And for those of you looking for some gaming on the go, check out Mikael’s Hunt the Hunter. It’s a cell-phone game in which you take shots at fox hunters before they can shoot vulnerable foxes.

After you’ve played the game, how about giving Mikael a little love in the comments below for his retro games?

Written by Shawna Flavell

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  • Klara says:

    Retro Games are the best !!! A game does not have to be like a realistic war game… the good old “Jump and Run” where you don’ have to hit somebody’s head into pieces… THANK YOU!

  • troller says:

    Oh my I can’t wait to see the death sequence when the player falls into the meat grinder. Honestly isn’t that a bit too graphic couldn’t you stick with the generic bottomless pit?

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