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LittleBigPlanet. LittleBigPlanet, commonly abbreviated LBP,[1] is a puzzle platform video game series created by Media Molecule and published by Sony Computer Entertainment on multiple PlayStation platforms.

LittleBigPlanet

The series follows the adventures of Sackboy and has a large emphasis on gameplay rather than being story-driven. All of the games in the series put a strong emphasis on user-generated content and are based on the series' tagline "Play, Create, Share". The tagline represents the three core elements of the series; Playing alone or with others online or on the same console, creating new content using the in-game creation tools and sharing creations and discoveries online with other players.[2] Tarsier Studios, Fireproof Studios and Supermassive Games also contribute to the development of the PlayStation 3 games, creating in-game assets including costumes, backgrounds and stickers.[3] Gameplay[edit]

Home. The Sims Medieval. The Sims Medieval is a video game in The Sims series based upon The Sims 3 Engine.

The Sims Medieval

It was developed and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS, and was released on March 22, 2011. It was made available for Windows Phone, though exclusive to the Nokia Lumia phones, on March 25, 2013. Set in medieval times, it allows the player to build a kingdom through quest-driven gameplay. On December 21, 2010, EA announced that the Limited Edition was available until the launch date, and was also released at the same time as the standard edition.[1] Features[edit] Destroy All Humans! 2.

Plot[edit] The game is set in 1967, 8 years after the original.

Destroy All Humans! 2

The game begins with a KGB slide show meeting showing that the main character from Destroy All Humans! Destroy All Humans! Plot[edit] The game begins with a Furon, Cryptosporidium-136, hovering over a launch site with military personnel testing a rocket.

Destroy All Humans!

The rocket is launched and destroys the ship carrying Cryptospiridium-136, and leaves him fatally wounded. Crypto-136 is later captured, by the U.S. Army. Some time later, Cryptosporidium-137 travels to Earth with another Furon, Orthopox-13.