Tharsis is a turn-based space strategy game. With dice. And cannibalism.You are in control of humanitys first manned mission to Mars, just as its struck by a meteor. You must guide your crew through disasters, food shortages, and the indifference of space Do not expect survivors.
You play one, out of a team, of Space Grunts, and your mission is simple: find your way into the moon-base, and figure out what has happened. You'll have to fight your way through aliens, robots, security drones and base-systems. Find the lower levels of the moon-base, and get to the core of the problems.
Tingbuild has revealed their next game on their publisher deals. A ball rolling puzzle action game called 'Road to Ballhalla' (formally Roll Playing Game). Afraid I am on mobile device right now so I won't be able to post up the links but their is a trailer and other details on their site.
The alpha demo was a lot of fun. A sleek Marble Madness with the pin-point timing and challenge of a Trials game. a lot of perfectly timed rolls between moving lasers and dangerous floor grid patternsTingbuild has revealed their next game on their publisher deals. A ball rolling puzzle action game called 'Road to Ballhalla' (formally Roll Playing Game). Afraid I am on mobile device right now so I won't be able to post up the links but their is a trailer and other details on their site.
Cool! If you have the time, you can send me feedback at:Ahh, excellent to hear. I've actually got that alpha downloaded right now and with me finishing off Undertale tonight I very much imagine I will get the chance to take it out for a spin tomorrow.
Actually it was Kickstarted
Less than an hour till the next TinyBuild reveal. We're all betting on Lovely Planet 2, right?
Fara Way is a roguelike with a card-based spell/combat system
Any other details on it? Sounds coolI got asked by some of my studios followers why we didnt try to crowdfund our game projects so far, and made an article about questions to ask yourself before crowdfunding:
Im now working on a game on my own, for PC and mobile. An interactive detective novel of sorts. Heres Detective Eldridge:
Oxenfree is so good, guys. Highly recommend checking it out, and go in as blind as possible.
Syndrome is a survival horror game set in the future, where the player controls a character who wakes up in a spaceship, with no memory of what happened.
The spaceship is adrift in space, and most of the crew is dead or insane. The rest is changed…
An arcade RPG
With the emphasis on strategy, coordination, and reflexes, your ability to master the skills of controlling moBOTs will be put to the test through varying missions scattered throughout the cosmos. As you continue playing, an underlying mystery adventure awaits…
First-person narrative puzzle game inspired by games like The Stanley Parable, Gone Home and Portal.
Cyberpunk police department simulator. Strategy with turn-based tactical missions
Action Legion is a mouse-controlled, single-player war game with comparable similarities to classics such as Cannon Fodder. Fight your way through waves of enemies using an array of weapons, destroy enemy structures and bases, and defeat tough boss fights in this classical single-player epic!
Corpus Inedia is an 18+ non conformist point and click adventure game taking place in today’s Transylvania. The title comes from a deadly virus (corpus meaning body in latin and inedia, starvation) used in wars which slowly slipped in the civil zones.
WNE is an open world with a strong storyline, and player actions will make the difference between life and death, survival or annihilation, friendship or betrayal, cooperation or domination. It is a game that is not going to disappoint fans of RPGs and quality stories.
Game has gone 3D since thenI hadn't seen the night vision one before but yeah, seems he's going all out on style. Love it.
It's one of my most anticipated indies, but man, following its progress is frustrating. The dev's last tweet before the new one was in August. I thought the game had been abandoned
Were also beginning work in earnest on optional parts of the game, which have been in limbo as weve been finishing the main storyline. Over the next few weeks, we want to make more things to find and explore in the open world.
Was trying to go through some games in my backlog, and was playing through QUBE. I had remembered liking it when I first played it, but now it's just so boring and mediocre.
I have more positive memories of that game.. I rather liked the aesthetics and the fact it really let you just experiment with the puzzles and mechanics rather then lecture you on exactly how they work is something I appreciate in a puzzle game. Although I played through the original version so perhaps they've ruined the 2nd point I really liked about it.
If you ever want to play a super mediocre first person puzzle game then buy Magnetic: Cage Closed off steam. I got that in a bundle and played through it a bit before the holidays. You basically play as a prisoner in a weapon testing facility with a magnetic gun which is essentially a slightly worse version of the HL2 gravity gun. Once the initial fun of pulling/pushing yourself around goes by the game becomes unbelievably unimaginative and cliche.
I want to play MagRunner Dark Pulse, but I only own it on GOG. Need it on Steam before.