Damn, forgot all about Thumper. I had played the demo in a Best Buy months ago, and it was so good. One of the most visually spectacular game I've played in a long time. Every moment was a wild gorgeous spectacle of color and movement and sound.Just found out, but I didn't realize THOTH was already set to release in October.
With it, Aragami, and Thumper, October is gonna be one hell of a month!
Totally, forgot about that one too
Damn, forgot all about Thumper. I had played the demo in a Best Buy months ago, and it was so good. One of the most visually spectacular game I've played in a long time. Every moment was a wild gorgeous spectacle of color and movement and sound.
"Fast paced two player mind sport"
BOTOLO is a dense, frenetic mindgame for two players. Predict your opponent's actions in realtime as you glide through a vibrant field of pattern and color. Dance inside the negative space between their thoughts, just as they attempt to navigate yours.
Drones, controlled by an unknown force, almost wiped out the entire planet. By chance, humans found a way to gain control of the attacking alien technology. Earth was almost destroyed so they incorporated it into their own ships and set out to look for a new home. Control thousands of drones and explore the galaxy. Make allies, fight powerful enemies and invest in research to get more powerful abilities!
You guide 6-year old boy El Hijo on his quest to find his father, by escaping a monastery, fighting his way through the desert and avoiding monstrous creatures, and outsmarting horrible gangsters in the saloon of a villain town.
The game is set in a mythical place of the 19th century that very much resembles the American west, as we know it from Sergio Leones westerns, taking some of its most popular characteristics of outlaw gangs, saloons, cunning, sarcasm, irony, etc. There is no indication of a specific time, or place. It could be everywhere and anywhere.
Thanks!1) Bump because more people need to see this
2) Your doing gods work More_Badass - are you on twitter or do you post awesome indies there frequently?
I'm following bots which can lead to some really cool stuff but I'm thinking of streamlining my twitter and would love to follow someone that posts regular but lesser known indies that I would have never heard otherwise.
I write about indie games on my own blog and for IndieGames.com, post and retweet stuff on Twitter often, and am always making threads on GAF about the most interesting games I find. Also post frequently in the monthly Indie Games and iOS Games thread. Just search my post/thread history
Home Sweet Home is a first-person horror adventure game based on Thai myths and beliefs. The core gameplay focuses on storytelling and stealth to avoid perilous spirits hunting you. Moreover, few puzzles are added into the game, making gameplay more various. While playing this game, you will be thrilled by a horror Thai atmosphere, unpredictable scary moments and challenging gameplay!