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  1. Sarah Green says:

    Alejandro, you are mistaken! The Boston Globe beat them to the punch by a considerable margin, designing a video game back in 2004 for Boston.com. The game was designed as a psuedo-Pacmanesque game, where you are a snowplow driver roaming the streets of Boston. You had to clear the streets while picking up extra points (peppermints and Christmas presents, for instance) and avoiding obstacles (ice, for example) before time ran out. Each level got progressively trickier.

    I cannot tell you how much I LOVED this game. It was so addictive. I didn’t get any work done for like a month.

  2. Sarah Green says:

    Gaaaah they still have the game!!!! I love you, Boston.com!!!!!!!!

    http://www.boston.com/ae/games/snowplow_game/

  3. Alejandro Leal says:

    Wow that game is so much cooler/funner/easier to play than Cleveland’s cheap knock-off.

    I’m telling you, newspapers are the future of online video-gaming!

  4. Checked out the snowplow game from boston.com – very cool Sarah – thanks for the link. It takes a bit to get the hang of it, but agree it’s very addictive :-(

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