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- Water is just a pretty background decoration in most video games, but in Vessel it becomes a key part of the gameplay. Created by indie developer Strange Loop games in collaboration with indiePub, Vessel features "liquid physics" gameplay, which is a fancy way of saying you'll be using realistically simulated liquids such as water, lava, glowing goo, and more to solve puzzles.
- All great puzzle games have one thing in common: they're easy to learn but difficult to master. Then there's UFHO2, which is simple to learn but progresses to "such strategic depth that it could easily melt your brain." These aren't my own words but those of the game's developers, who are hoping that funds raised through Kickstarter will allow them to put the finishing touches on the project.
- If you're going to be in Washington, D.C. between March 16 and Sept. 30 you might want to visit the Smithsonian American Art Museum's "The Art of Video Games," an exhibit that explores 40 years of video game history and its evolution as an artistic medium.
- The latest batch of screenshots for The Testament of Sherlock Holmes have been revealed in the lead-up to the early 2012 release of the point-and-click adventure. Check them out behind the cut.
- Fugazo is gearing up to launch Film Fatale: Lights, Camera, Madness, a hidden object game that explores the world of 1940s and 50s cinema and tells the story of one particularly eccentric (some would say insane) director, and a movie starlet who goes missing.
- Some screenshots have appeared on the homepage of Cateia Games that give us a sneak peek at a new hidden object adventure, Where Angels Cry, which could be coming out for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android as soon as this March.
- The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) has announced the 2012 finalists for its annual Interactive Achievement Awards. A trio of downloadable PC/Mac games -Drawn: Trail of Shadows, Bastion and Orcs Must Die! - were all nominated in the Downloadable Game of the Year category, which shouldn't be too surprising since they also appeared on Gamezebo's own Best of 2011 lists. Read the full list of categories and nominees behind the cut.