Posted: 2013/12/01 in Indie Games
“Alawishus Pixel” from day 382, and Day 98′s “Space Racer”.
Coming to us from “Frog The Door Games”, who you may know for
“Vintage Hero” borrows more from the former than the latter. It’s a 2D platforming actioner with a Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/30 in Indie Games
“RoomRental” is a computer implementation of that, but also a lot more. The classic mode is here (no paper required), but Read the rest of this entry »
Ever played the game “dots and boxes” on paper?
Posted: 2013/11/29 in Indie Games
“Avatar Onslaught” and it’s “Space Invaders” on the a pseudo-3D horizontal plane gameplay (though I doubt most users would think of it that way).
I really liked
“Avatar Onslaught 2″ ups the ante with enemies wielding accessories (such as riot shields), new enemy behaviours (such as Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/28 in Indie Games
“One Man Army” is like recess. You singlehandedly take on tanks, helicopters, and so much more, with nothing more than small arms fire. It’s no more, or no less, realistic than a single small fighter taking on massive alien fleets in Galaga, R-Type, and a thousand other shooters. And nor should it be, if the game is a delight.
If a serious shooter is work, then
You would think that Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/27 in Indie Games
Now *this* is why I got into indie games. “Reflection” has you controlling two characters at once, on opposite sides of the screen, trying to simultaneously navigate each of them to red exits. Press left, for example, and they both go left. So success requires you to Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/26 in Indie Games
“Alien OverKILL” reminds me of playing “Alien Vs. Predator” on the Atari Jaguar, so “Alien OverKILL” makes me happy.
Reminders of things gone by often make me happy.
Others will be reminded of Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/25 in Indie Games
“GORY CYBER WEST” is very little like that, but it somehow reminded me of it.
There was a Commodore 64 game I loved called “Law of the West”. And, well,
First off, I hate gore. But this appealed to me anyway. And I didn’t find it that gory for the most part, either. What “GORY CYBER WEST” is, is a Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/24 in Indie Games
“Fishy Warfare” is a bit like a side-scrolling 2D shooter, except Read the rest of this entry »
This is cool.
Posted: 2013/11/23 in Indie Games
“Monkey Poo Flinger” starts off looking like a cheap game rushed to marketplace, but it has surprising depth to it. I kid you not.
Bear with me here, I can’t believe I’m reviewing this either.
Among the game’s more interesting Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: 2013/11/22 in Indie Games
“Dark Quest” is a turn-based fantasy dungeon crawl. Yes, I said Read the rest of this entry »
Apparently this is a port of a popular smartphone game, but wherever it comes from it’s pretty awesome.