We met the folks from Portland, Oregon based indie game studio ClutchPlay Games who introduced us to their fun and entertaining arcade game called Little Chomp which takes place in a land called Chompwood Kingdom. (more…)
Tim Keenan, an indie game developer and owner of MisFits Attic created this funny video about what happens when an Indie game developer tells someone they are creating a PC video game as opposed to a game for iOS and Android. Admittedly we always wonder why indie game developers build their games for the PC rather than iOS and Android.
Misfits Attic created “A Virus Named Tom” a really fun puzzle game you can buy for $9.99 for the PC. “Hey Tim when are you going to release it on iOS and Android?
One of the leading indie game companies Indiepub released Capsized+, an enhanced version of the original sci-fi action adventure Capsized, an indie game industry darling, on the iPad for $2.99. IndiePub plans to release Capsized+ on Android, Mac and PS3 later this year. Indie gamers praised the original Capsized when it first debuted and this “plus” version of Capsized will delight them. You can buy in game commendations at different price points. (more…)
Indie game developer Misfits Attic released their first pc game called “A Virus Named Tom”, a puzzle game on sale for 25% off the $9.99 price. A Virus Named Tom offers a well executed take on what we call a connect the pipes to let the water flow puzzle game. Don’t get us wrong. Misfits Attic designed very difficult puzzles. (more…)
Imagine, if you will, that the Great War, (World War 1) never ended and continues raging for over 200 years with tanks, turrets, mechs and infantry armed with laser rifles. Positech Games, an UK based indie game developer of games like Gratuitous Space Battles, Kudos 2 and Democracy 2, released (more…)
Size Five Games, formerly known as Zombie Cow Studios, released a special edition of their indie point and click adventure game Ben There Dan That. Consumers can pay what they want for the special edition of Ben There Dan That. (more…)
Swing Swing Submarine have released their first commercial game on the XBox Live Game Channel today. Swing Swing Submarine describes Blocks That Matter “as a puzzle/platformer in which a tiny driller robot travels underground in order to save its creators, Alexey and Markus, kidnapped by someone who wants to steal their work.” Blocks That Matter costs 240Mspoints. Swing Swing Submarine plans to release Blocks That Matter for the PC, Mac and Linux in May or June 2011.