I Kickstarted Elysian Shadows and recieved a gift code for Indie Game Magazine, but there was an internal server error, so everyone ended up with two codes. So if you want it, please take it!
Due to an internal server error causing a problem with the order number of Magazine issues (perhaps due to the year change), some backers experienced difficulties while attempting to redeem their vouchers. The problem is now resolved, and new instructions and alternate vouchers are below. Apologies for the inconvenience.
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Check out this cool and cute looking game from Sauropod Studio. Not sure if it’s worth looking at the whole video, but click your way through it. I think it will be a very good game when it get released!
– Via Kotaku
This is one of the best trialers for Minecraft I’ve ever seen. If you don’t want to try out Mineraft this one, you’ll never want to try Minecraft!
Until Friday the 19th at 11.59 PM EST, you can buy the Indie Love bundle. Which consist of six games, “And Yet It Moves”, “Auditorium”, “Aztaka”, “Eufloria”, “Machinarium”, and “Osmos”. All this can be yours for the insane low price of 20$! So do like me, support indie games and buy the love bundle. You can’t stand not to buy (the indie) love (bundle) can you? Sadly only “Auditorium” is available on Linux, and all without “Osmos” and “Aztaka” is for both Mac and Windows. So go go gadget money!
Look how cute he/she is! Guess it’s something for the kids, but it’s sure looks fun!
Read some more over at GameSetWatch or the creators site!
Koonsolo have finally released their new multi platform game, Mystic Mine. I’m downloading the demo as I type. So will probably write a little review later tonight. Maybe I’ll even buy it.
So head over to www.koonsolo.com and check it out!
Yesterday World of Goo (co-)creator Kyle Gabler released the soundtrack to their brilliant game World of Goo. It’s the same in-game songs, so if you have played the game your going to enjoy the soundtrack. The servers went down pretty quick last night, but are now up and running. So check out 2dboy.com or download it from me.
Yes, it’s true. For you people who use facebook, keep reading.
In order to bring awareness of our upcoming independent game, Overgrowth, we are giving away free copies of the game that started it all: Lugaru!
Lugaru is a cult classic, indie video game that was created by David Rosen when he was in high school. It is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Since its launch, it has been sold for $19.95 without exception — until now!
This Christmas, we are giving it away for free!
All you have to do to have your free copy emailed to you on Christmas Eve is join this Facebook event and join the Overgrowth Facebook Page. Don’t open it until Christmas Day! Make sure you’re a fan of the Overgrowth Facebook Page, and be sure to invite your friends to this event!
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Some students at a dutch university have made a site where you can upload your profile and show off and see for your self how good or bad you are. They even make a super awesome picture of your World of Goo Corporation tower. Mine is reaching 21.89m into the sky!
Bought a “new” game last night. Was a bit bored and needed a new fun game. So I headed over to the Indiegames blog and read about “World of Goo”. It wasn’t the first time I looked at it, but since I’ve lost the bid on Shenmue earlier that evening I had money to spend, so why not check it out. It’s not done yet, but if you pre-orded it you would get the first chapter to play with. So I thought that would be money well spent. And it was. Those little Goo’s are so fun and cute to play with that it’s hard to put it away. Continue reading World of Goo