Tag Archives: game
Long-time OGDA members, KillSmile Studio submitted their flying side-scroller, Feral Planet to the Indiecade conference earlier this week. If they get accepted, they will be able to present it on-site as part of the festival of games. This usually means … Continue reading
The mother/daughter team of Red Sparkle Studio has released their game, Logic Cars for free on Google Play! It is a wonderful remaking of a popular graph paper and pencil game that entertained kids half a century ago. Red Sparkle is … Continue reading
So Vince has finally done it! GOG is currently taking pre-orders for the June 19th release of XII Games‘ retro adventure game, Resonance! You can pick up the collector’s edition for $25 or the downloadable version for $9. (Downloads will … Continue reading
Our very own Vince XII of XII Games has reached an amazing milestone. After 6 years of indie development, and having spent the past few months frantically finishing his game, Resonance was accepted by Steam! That means, of course, that it will … Continue reading
This is the video post-mortem of the original version of Blockmonster created by Ryan Versaw, Bryce Kahle and Andrew Dakin. It was created in under 12 hours at the Games++ game jam in November of 2011. The post-mortem was presented at the November … Continue reading
There were a couple of great projects that game out of the 12-hour Games++ game jam a few weeks ago. We already linked to Facepong. This time around, you can check out a playable version of Blockmonster. With its simple … Continue reading
Here’s a link to the FacePong game Bryce Kahle, Andrew Dakin, and I created in 12 hours for Games++. I might write more on this sometime soon (and add pictures!).