Day 1254: SKH-Resurrection

Posted: 2014/04/17 in Indie Games

Remember “Super Killer Hornet”? The shooter that forced you to collect math equations are you played, making sure you missed wrong numbers? Well the sequel, “SKH-Resurrection”, and it’s a striking Read the rest of this entry »

The standout features for me in “DownGate Deathmatch” are the things that have little directly to do with the combat. Whether using gravity boots to walk on walls or ceilings, or the Read the rest of this entry »

Day 1252: EscapePod

Posted: 2014/04/15 in Indie Games

A semi-sequel to “Lights Out”, and with more basic presentation paired with stellar puzzle design, “EscapePod” is a one dollar ticket to Read the rest of this entry »

Day 1251: Solar Chaos

Posted: 2014/04/14 in Indie Games

Taking advantage of the fact that things can orbit in space, “Solar Chaos” has you placing a mixture of orbiting and geo-stationary Read the rest of this entry »

Ska Studios has brought us “ZSX4 Guitarpocalypse”, “I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MB1ES!!!1″, “ZP2K9″, “ZP2KX: Zombies & Pterodactyls!”, and Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) games “The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai”, “Charlie Murder, and “The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile”.

Now let’s add “TIME VIKING!!!!!ANDSPACERAPTOR” to the XBLIG list. Taking a page out of Read the rest of this entry »

Now here’s a game that brazenly promotes its music style as a big selling point of the game. That’s refreshing, as it’s a relative rarity amongst games, even ones with stellar soundtracks. Of course, like all games, “ZDQ II Ghost Dogs”‘s soundtrack quality is Read the rest of this entry »

Day 1248: Ascent of Kings

Posted: 2014/04/11 in Indie Games

I recently checked out “Fractopia” from Nostatic Software (who also brought us “Quiet, Please!”, “Quiet Christmas”, “Block Zombies!”, “Kung Fu FIGHT!”, and “Vacation Vexation”). Well, let’s add “Ascent of Kings”.

A platformer with a focus on Read the rest of this entry »

Day 1247: Doppelganger

Posted: 2014/04/10 in Indie Games

We recently reviewed 2013 title “Titan Attacks”. But Pumpkin Games released a little-known title way back in 2010 called “Doppelganger” that is pretty intriguing. It has you Read the rest of this entry »

The embedded video focuses on the intended effect of the game on infants rather than gameplay, and “A Game For Alexander” is great if you’re looking for just that.

I imagine there might be a secondary market for stoners who Read the rest of this entry »

What started out looking like a cheesy mini-game without the rest of the mini-game collection to go with it, totally surprised me, exceeding every expectation I had for it, and ultimately reminding me of one of my favourite Dreamcast games, “Virtua Tennis”. “Avatar Field Goal” has you Read the rest of this entry »