I have absolutely no idea what’s going on in the screenshot above, but whatever is happening in Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess, I was to be a part of it. I think.
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In Deception IV: Blood Ties, the latest game in the Deception series, you play as a demon princess whose castle is constantly being invaded by various groups of heroes. Fighting them off requires the careful placement of brutally violent traps that will have you feeling like a sadistic monster in no time flat.
In Deception IV: Blood Ties you play a demon princess whose castle is being constantly invaded by heroes. Your only recourse? To build Rube Goldberg-style traps to kill the trespassers.
Deception IV: Blood Ties is a game built around one concept: building elaborate, overly complicated death traps to violently dispose of the heroes sent against you.
"MASS EFFECT: DECEPTION will be written by author William C. Dietz and will release in Fall 2011," says publisher Del Ray, continuing the story of the previous three novels, Revelation, Ascension, and Retribution.
Robots will soon be weaving tangled webs as researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology grant robots the power to deceive, which sounds like a perfectly good idea to me.