A video from Boogie on Youtube’s upcoming policy changes.
You guys, Super Meat Boy is on sale right now for $2.99. If you haven’t, you should.
When I started Super Meat Boy, I knew that proper controls would be the make or break for the game. I’m very picky about controls in games, to the point if the game doesn’t control well, I don’t care who makes it or what it is, I will stop playing it. I often get asked which formulas I used for…
This is fantastic. This is an extensive post from Tommy Refenes on the Steam Controller and his experiences with it. This comes from the man who configured and perfected the controls for one of the most precise and fair platformers to grace the market, and is a man who knows quite a big deal on input-feel, you could call it. If anyone’s opinions on the Steam Controller are to be trusted, it’s his.
I’m really excited about the Steam Controller. I think a lot of people won’t be too accepting of the layout, but honestly we’ve had the same kind of controller layout for quite a while, and there’s no reason that we can’t find something better. As long as it lives up to the sensitivity and haptic standards that they’re boasting, I think it’ll be a refreshing change from what we’re used to.
i love indie games. they are practically my lifeblood. seriously, these things are fantastic. in some cases, they can outweigh the insanely priced, over hyped commercial games that you see everywhere. maybe not in graphics but in story line and experience and that’s what i feel you should get out of a game.
so i’ve tried my best to whip up a list of 300+ free indie games! they’re across a pretty wide number of genres and skill levels, and i still have a lot of work left to do, but i’d like to present you with my list now. this blog will also be entirely dedicated to them. come check it out if you’d like to help.
Hey followers! Today I want to share with you a game I just recently (like 10 min. ago) found out about. This game was featured in today’s Mighty No. 9 project update as a game being developed by one of the most prominent artists to be putting out fan art for the Mighty No. 9 project. The game’s called Owlboy and it looks fantastic. I can’t speak for gameplay, but I just wanted to point out this game for it’s absolutely gorgeous artwork. This, in my opinion, is how you do pixel art right these days. High density pixel art work always blows me away, and this game is no exception.