Tag: indie games
If you are looking for a game that makes you laugh that you can enjoy with up to 3 (with plans to make it up to 9!) friends, Gang Beasts is right up your street. Described as a Multiplayer Co-op Party Game with doughy physics, Gang Beasts brings back the beautiful simplicity of battering your friends.
Having seen some awesome results (so far) from our own KickStarter launch yesterday, it's only fair to spread the word about other cool projects. Algo-Bot is a new game that seeks to teach you how to code all while having fun in a video game format. Come inside for more details on the game, and how you can help support it!
We've talked about Mutant League Football here on the site before. We discussed it's greatness earlier this year during one of my "Game Franchises That Deserve a Reboot" articles, and wouldn't you know it...it's actually happening. Now the game's creator has decided to bring the beloved and wacky sports title back from the depths and they're using KickStarter to do it. Come inside to find out more!
Sony has been making it clear for a while now that they intend on making the Indie Game community a bigger part of things with the PS4. With the ability to self-publish games, it's been made apparent that they want indie devs to feel at home. Tonight, Sony showed off just how much that support is garnering them, but showing off a nice line-up of exclusive (some may be timed exclusives) of indie games.
Despite the craze that began back when Double Fine announced they were using Kickstarter to fund their next game (Broken Age), I have never backed a video game via the crowd-funding platform. Maybe it's the idea of giving my money to something that doesn't exist, or perhaps nothing caught my interest. That's all changed now, as I've just backed a game for the first time, and it just so happens to be another Double Fine game.
A few months ago, we reported on a new indie game called The Adventures of Rubberkid, which aimed to teach children about the perils of bullying and how to help out with it. Now we're glad to report that the game reached its Kickstarter goal and is now available (for free), right now. Come inside for all the details.
Sony is making some cool announcements at GDC, but they are more focused on the smaller developer, which should make some gamers very happy and excited.
With the recent shooting tragedy video games are once again getting something of a bad reputation. Personally, I think blaming games is ridiculous, but if you're still on the fence, you should check out this new indie game that's sole purpose is to educate people on the perils of bullying.