Monthly Archives: July 2013

BOOMBA!

What would happen if Worms and Angry Birds had a bit to much to drink, got a litttle friendly and ended up having a love child? A new interesting creature might be born. Probably some grotesque creature that was feathery, slimy and wanted to eat itself. In fact, if it was somehow genetically possible then I’m pretty sure it would be killed off by natural selection.

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Inverto

“Inverto” is a first person shooter-puzzler with gravity manipulations. Game is ideological successor of such games as “Prey” and “Portal” with a pinch of parkour. Proceed all of the testing areas as a simple researcher with your trusty GraviGun. Prepare to explore Escher-esque spaces and solve navigational puzzles by changing gravity direction, employing body momentum and fighting nausea (only if you have weak vestibular system). “Inverto” is developed on Unity3D game engine and is planned on Windows, Mac, Linux and Web. Will be released later this summer. Current version of the game is in alpha state, and does not represent final product quality.

Indie Spotted – Flight of the Data-Thief

In the lawless parts of the galaxy, massive corporations duke it out in all-out corporate warfare and espionage. You play as a Data-Thief: a skilled pilot who can fly into a corporate facility, grab their data, and then fly out again. Getting the data is a cakewalk. It’s escaping back to your mothership that’s the challenge. The whole planet is on high-alert and the corporation’s private army is on your tail. You’ll have to speed across a variety of alien environments while fighting off your pursuers if you want to see safety.