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Babylon Sticks: Click 'n Siege

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Babylon Sticks: Click 'n Siege comic

A custom casual gameplay comic created exclusively for JIG by Babylon Sticks creator, James Francis. Follow Babylon Sticks on Twitter: @babylonsticks.


Technology for the win, man. Yet another great comic!

PS where's the power cord for the computer?

Livingpyramid August 19, 2010 12:13 PM

I think they're playing 'Crush the Castle'. That's the best i've got.


No one complain that this make no sense and that he is reusing catapult-like games because there are people (like me) who are happy to see these. Just skip it if you don't like it, same goes for the games and game genres.

Thanks alot for this comic James Francis ;D

Patreon Contributor kingjulien86 August 19, 2010 1:22 PM

@Nickyn It's a magical computer.


Nice one. I almost wanna hang it on my wall.

arcticwolf15 August 19, 2010 1:50 PM

That's awesome!


Looks like there's a generator under the table. Anyways, I'd love to have a contraption like that! Must have been great to live in a medieval castle during the Middle Ages!


USB Catapult, huh? Few questions for the manufacturer:

-How many gigs of memory does it have?
-Does it play MP3s?
-Any more games on it, or just the one?

Livingpyramid August 19, 2010 6:13 PM

An Onyx Mouse: I'm only going to assume you're joking with those questions. Right?


You can tell these are the "olden days" because they're using a desktop.


An Onyx Mouse: You forgot one...
Can it run Crysis?

And great job yet again James :)


Reminds me of Defender of the Crown. The perspective is right.


Is this the only post going up today?

[Yep. It was a slow week for good quality games. But Friday brings a new day with reviews already planned and scheduled for publishing. If you're looking for something to play, why not check out the archives? Tons of excellent little gems in there. -Jay]


Alex: What? I like to be informed about stuff before I go off dropping any money on it.

Yes, of course I'm joking. :b


@Malorion: Ooo, good point. That could very well be a deal-breaker there...

BuenoCabra August 21, 2010 2:29 AM

I built a real-life trebuchet yesterday. Apropos to nothing, just thought I'd share. :D


king: *shivers* "brace yourselves. I just heard a click."


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