Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Steam Rogue is Charming for a Robot

Our esteemed EIC Mr. Justin Lacey suggested a game called Steam Rogue to me earlier this week, but I held off committing it as my choice for Cheap and Dirty based on the fact that I suck at platformers. Maybe it’s not the fact that I suck at them as much as I’m not quite to the caliber… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Video Game Summer Sale Survival PSA

As much as I love searching the internet for gaming deals that are both sexy-cheap and sexy-dirty, I felt it was important to prepare you all for the bank account apocalypse that is the summer sale. While some of you may be veterans and already bare the battle scars from previous summer sales, I personally… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Indestructo Tank: Launch Will Loosen Your Tight Behind

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When you’re cheap and dirty, you don’t normally have access to really awesome but unbelievably expensive luxury items like tanks. When we do get the opportunity to get hands on with such things, we tend to act very timidly despite the really awesome scenarios we always imagined getting into should we come into possession of a tank. This is… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Alternate History Lessons in Relic of War

It’s completely coincidental that this week’s C&D, an alternate history version of World War II called Relic of War happens to occur while I’m actually in Germany looking for an apartment. In comparing the game to my trip, the ferocity of the Nazi’s fictional takeover of the world couldn’t run more opposite from my delightful little invasion of Berlin. In fact, I’ve been welcomed (for… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: World of Goo Can Unite Me to You

Fact: approaching a stranger and asking them to mash their goo into your goo is a sure-fire way to get punched in the face or tied up and thrown in a trunk. In today’s world, people tend to only interact with the goo of people they’re more comfortable with, though alcohol does have a way of bringing… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Boxes Full of Adventure? Thanks Bundle in a Box: Adventure Bundle

The “pay what you want” bundle has become as common lately as the independent games it features. I can only describe the ability to pay whatever price I want for a diverse selection of games as unreasonable but in a sort of positive way.  While my familiarity with this style of commerce has been driven by the friendly folks at… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Paladog Proves Hippies are Worthless in Battle

What would happen to the animal kingdom if the human population suddenly vanished? Many think that the Earth would be better off without us pooping pollution and bullets all over the place, but those people tend to wear clothing made of hemp and rarely shower. While long periods of peace and environmental cleanliness seem beneficial to… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Shank You for Getting to the Point

Shank may not have had the most engaging storyline in gaming nor was it the most varied brawler, but sometimes narrative depth and endless variety gets in the way of what’s really important. Should you be caught up in a situation where someone needs their head beat in or removed entirely, I’m pretty sure you’d be more concerned with fueling up… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Infectonator 2, An Indirect PSA on Hand Washing

Being a sequel can be pretty tough, especially when you happen to be the second installment of MY favorite browser game of all time. Toge Productions could have broken under the pressure, but fortunately they did not. I’m happy to report that Infectonator 2 not only brings back the incredibly addicting zombie contagion themed antics of the… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Super Villainy and Its Lustful Upgrades

I’m not going to attempt to describe Super Villainy as a complicated game because it isn’t, but for one reason or another I found myself locked to my computer screen playing it despite my AAA backlog. What I realized is that Super Villainy scratched an itch that I’d like to think I don’t possess but… Continue reading