Monthly Archives: October 2012 - Page 2

DANG BALL (Dango Itimi)

Please operate it by a keyboard after a game screen click. – [Author’s description]

[Play online (Flash)]

Ridiculous Reality (Martin Šimeček, Adam Powroźnik, Michał Radecki, Adam Wachowski)

As you may have seen in video teaser in previous post, game combines arcade with logic[Author’s description]

[Download for Atari 800]

[Download Manual (PDF)]

[Download Atari800Win (emulator) for Windows]

The Pac-Man (J.M. Stark)

The Pac-Man provides a challenging arcade-adventure experience filled with contrived and uncontrived surprises around every corner.[Author’s description]

[Download for Windows]

The Visit (Marius Fietzek, Benedikt Hummel, Irina Gross)

Our hero just wants to check out his ladyfriend. – [Author’s description]

[Play online (Flash)]

Snazzle (Amidos)

A Snake Puzzle game inspired by Snayke ([Author’s description]

[Play online (Flash)]

Goblet Grotto (thecatamites, J Chastain, NEW VADERS)

A mysterious cavern…
Filled with goblets…
Valuable goblets…
Wonderful goblets…
Retrieve the goblets…
Don’t get eaten…
Don’t get bludgeoned…
Don’t get tired…
Don’t get caught…
Collect the goblets… [Author’s description]

[Windows Download]
[Mac Download]

Space Funeral (thecatamites)

What is a game? Professor M. Mouse of Texas, America claims that the word game denotes "the historical process by which the term game has been characterised and understood".

Easy for you to say, Professor!!

Those of us with a more down-home approach to codifying the various aspects of a nebulous and unbearable human condition prefer to go by a simpler definition, thus.

A game is some combination of the following indivisable elements:
- skeleton
- red key
- score thing
- magic door

If you see something that looks like a videogame but isn't, you should notify the Police.[from]

[Download for Windows]

(This is a guest post by Derek Yu.)

Frog Fractions (Twinbeard Studios)

WIP[Author’s Description]

[Play online (Flash)]

MADHOUSE (Paul Hubans)

MADHOUSE is rough around the edges and not particularly well-balanced, but has the kind of charm that I love to see in indie games… to the point where even the imbalances feel “right” at times (or at least really funny). There’s also quite a bit of unique detail in the characters, weapons, and environments, which keeps it feeling fresh match after match. I’ll be honest, though, the best way to play is the way we played it: with the Special Edition, with Paul there giggling to himself, and on a projector with a bunch of other nerds watching and cheering.[Derek’s TIGSource Post]

[Download for Windows]

(This is a guest post by Derek Yu.)

Cho Ren Sha 68K (Famibe No Yosshin)

Cho Ren Sha 68k is a fast-paced vertical shoot ’em up that was originally made for the Japanese home computer called Sharp X68000. Certain enemies release three power-ups in a spinning triangle. Skilled players can fly in the middle and collect them all.[TIGdb Description]

[Download for Windows]
[Download for X68K]

(This is a guest post by Derek Yu.)