Category Archives: Indiegames

Take a Look at … Hive

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This is the English version of an article I wrote as an user of German gaming site Gamersglobal. The original user-review can be found here (in German). Ants, spiders, beetles, grasshoppers and a queen bee – this is not a list of things to find in your garden at the end of summer. It rather […]

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One Game in March – Colorblocks RogueLike

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Quite late, but just within the 96 hrs grace period, I finished my March entry for OneGameAMonth. This game is a very simple roguelike without real graphics. The gameplay is pretty straight forward. Just click on an arrow on the top of the screen to progress, click the monster to fight, or click the brown […]

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The game I didn’t make last month

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So there was an interesting topic for last month Experimental Gameplay Project, which was “time manipulation”. I have joined EGP once with the infinite floating islands prototype and it was a lot of fun and also quite successful regarding download numbers of the prototype. Hence, I planned to join this contest again anyway and the […]

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Ruleofindiegames – Compilation

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@dogbomb started this on twitter (#ruleofindiegames) and these rules are just true (with a wink) and important to save somewhere. So I decided to make this compilation. Will be updated in the future. you must talk about indiegames. (@dogbomb) you MUST talk about indiegames. Seriously (@dogbomb) The indie game takes as long as it needs […]

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