Quite a week this one. Quite an incredibly irritating and not particularly happy week to be precise, but at least one with some rather interesting fresh new indie things. You know, like these:itch.io and it's one of the few games that effortlessly combine ships and typewriters in an impressively atmospheric whole. Highly recommended and I'll soon be writing more on it.
GOG, Steam and the Humble Store. It comes complete with 9 psychotic gunslingers determined to cancel the railway's expansion from the Wild West to Hell.
else Heart.Break() for quite some time now and it can finally be played. Still looks clever, lovely and unique, which is very nice, though I still haven't grabbed my copy yet. Will be fixing that momentarily.
Fire Dance With Me, to be honest. The only game ever that dared introduce Twin Peaks to Dance Dance Revolution.
Sigma Theory. It's enigmatic, it is.
20XX is an action platformer that looks brilliantly 16-bit and has so far impressed me. Despite being a rogue-like, that is.
Blackwell Deception has hit the App Store. Here's my review of the PC version of said indie-adventuring classic.
Surface definitely does look interesting. Intriguing even .Especially if you are looking to investigate pixel art things while undercover.
SOMA has been launched. And, yes, it's a truly scary horror game. Very scary. Very scary indeed.
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