Posted: 2014/02/27 in Indie Games
“Avatar Honor and Duty”.
World War II, once all the rage with “Medal of Honor” and “Call of Duty”, has recently been largely absent from modern gaming. Return to the second Great War with
From the publisher of Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2014/02/26 in Indie Games
Most games I review I do so with an eye to recommending you purchase it, but every once in a while I recommend downloading something where the trial alone is probably enough.
And “Lifeless” is different from the normal review in other ways. It’s Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2014/02/25 in Indie Games
Posted: 2014/02/24 in Indie Games
“Micromazes” promises a lot of gameplay. But what about the gameplay? It’s Read the rest of this entry »
With 50 handcrafted levels, and unlimited procedurally-generated levels,
Posted: 2014/02/23 in Indie Games
“Dot Wars” brings a large array of maps and gameplay modes to Read the rest of this entry »
A fast and furious top-down shooter with both solo and local multiplayer,
Posted: 2014/02/22 in Indie Games
The sequel to “Avatar Trials: Ninja Uprising” is here. And the colon is now gone in the new title, “Avatar Trials Ninja Redemption”. But the great parkour-inspired gameplay is Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2014/02/21 in Indie Games
There are all sorts of block-building games. Some differentiate themselves by upping the enemies and destruction. Others give you more tools. “Blocks Editor” is different. It removes the fail state entirely (no creepers here). This is all about construction. And sharing those constructs. It comes with premade objects (Eiffel Tower anyone?) and you can access objects made by other people. And that’s what makes this different Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2014/02/20 in Indie Games
Coming to us from the publisher of Day 358′s “PaperCraft”, looking a bit like ’80s classic “Jumpman”, and utilising an innovative new play mechanic, we have “The Plat Master”.
So what makes you a platform master (presumably hence the title)? It’s your ability to Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2014/02/19 in Indie Games
“Part 1″, “Part 2″, “Part 3″, and “Decay – Part 4 (Final)”, which were reviewed from Day 34 through Day 214.
Most companies don’t get episodic gaming. Valve certainly doesn’t (will any of us live to see the next “episode” of “Half Life”?). But Shining Gate Software does. They produced
Well, here we are, nearly 1000 days since Decay part 4, with the beginning of a new Decay story. So I have a high degree of confidence that “Decay: The Mare – Episode 1″ will lead further episodes. In fact, Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2014/02/18 in Indie Games
“Magic Soccer” is a great entry in a Read the rest of this entry »
Playing a bit like Sensible Software’s classic “Sensible Soccer”, but looking a whole lot nicer and with features that game never had,