It’s come as an unexpected hit, but unfortunately the FreeIndieGam.es blog (a blog dedicated to highlighting great free indie games) has shut its doors after two years of service.
The Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct this week didn’t just get me pumped for the upcoming games, it also took me down memory lane. I shall always remember June 2008 as the month that kick-started life-long friendships, some of the best memories I have and some of my greatest video gaming experiences to date.
It was that month that Super Smash Bros. Brawl released on the Wii in the UK.
Youtuber Spumwack has created what he hopes to be the most useless Minecraft creation ever made: a door that, aided by an intricate clock system, will only open in 1 googol years (a googol being one followed by 100 zeroes), after the universe will have likely ended.
Wherever there’s a fad, there’s sperm – and that’s just why the Flappy Bird game-making jam has already brought us two spermy alternatives to the sweeping fad.
Team17 have announced a brand new addition to the Worms franchise is due to come out on the PS4/Xbox One later this year.
There’s really no better sign of a game becoming a cultural phenomenon than by a crop of indie games based on it popping up – and that’s exactly what’s been happening with Flappy Bird.
The story of Flappy Birds has been a strange one, and now that its creator has announced he plans on taking the game down, it’s also been a short one. So, let us cover its short-lived journey for you.