Indie Game of the Day
Today’s indie game of the day is a musical experience with a cube — a simple-yet-complex and aesthetically beautiful memory game entered into the Ludum Dare 24 competition.
In celebration of indie game extraordinaire Banov’s birthday (developer of Assassin’s Blue, Dubloon), today’s indie game of the day is Wolf — a short, 2D Zelda-esque adventure game in which things get very odd after you hunt down a wolf.
Today’s indie game of the day is the slightly flawed yet somehow still intriguing ‘Castlevania inspired’ game Je Suis Pierre The Movie: The Game.
Today’s indie game of the day is Undercolor Agents — a colourful 1-8 player arena shooter, developed by ‘Under the Ocean’ and ‘Happy Little Murder Friends’ developer Paul Greasley for the 48-hour Ludum Dare 26 competition.
Today’s indie game of the day is Full Moon Rising, a humourous, charming, stylish platformer from Drunk Devs that sees you trying to find a moon piece so you can become a werewolf to please your woman. Yes, really.
Today’s indie game of the day is George Dziov’s game ‘End of the Station 2012′, a Metroidvania-style game originally created in five days and currently being expanded.
Today’s indie game of the day is Mindless — a short top-down 2D game with 12 possible endings that manages to both have a political point and be thoroughly entertaining.