Here’s a cool vine straight out of Horizon Danger, a competitive platform shooter in development by Stephan Caffa which is actually awaiting Steam Greenlight approval.
Push Me Pull You is a new sports game for four players, where each team of two controls a two headed monster and tries to take possession of the ball in a court.
This is going to get a bit weird.
I’m not digging Go Dark’s music too much, to be honest, but that hasn’t stopped me from playing the biscuits out of this mini-game they made for the launch of their new EP called BitchSword.
In the golden age of piracy (the real deal, not the torrents) you and three others can explore this pixelated archipelago in search for riches and fame at all costs, even if it means double crossing someone on the way. This is Wayward Tide, dat new new from the creators of Starbound
I have to come up with better titles, I know, but I just wanted you to not waste your time if The Sims-type simulation games that involve awesome graphics and a killer story aren’t your thing. I’m not into much into simulation games, but else Heart.Break() looks very special.
If whenever any of your pals asks about “fun racing games” you instantly think of Mario Kart and not Gran Turismo, you should check out Boxcar Brats right now.
Two teenage girls from New York spend the last weekend designing a mobile version of Tampon Run, their video game which you’ll soon be able to play on your iPhone.
Band Saga is Roger “@Rekcahdam” Hicks’ new baby, a project he describes as a “modern action roguelike game where every level, enemy and item is created by music”.
Two weeks ago I started following Noel Berry on Twitter and since then I’ve been intrigued by the development of his new game, Skytorn.