Monday, July 14, 2014


No excuses, just laziness. But im here now, so I'm gonna slap something down that I think looks really cool! T-that'll make up for the huge gap, right?
"We're good, right?"
Game today is called SUPER NUCLEAR RAIDERS. Maybe you're boring and the name alone didnt sell you on it. Ok, did you ever watch/hear about the Power Rangers? WELL SIT DOWN AND CHECK THIS OUT.

Why are you waiting? The world needs YOUR help! Get in there and stop those aliens.
"I need nuclear powered teenagers withe ATTITUDE"
You can snag SUPER NUCLEAR RAIDERS right here

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

I think everyone already played this at least once


If this didnt ship with your computer when you bought/built/stole it you got ripped off to the greatest degree. What game you say?
"But its just pinball"
Either you are willfully ignorant or simply blind to the truth, just grab it and play it, I dare you.
I DOUBLE dare you
You can get the majesty that is 3D PINBALL SPACE CADET here, if you think you're good enough for it, YOU PROBABLY AREN'T.

Monday, May 26, 2014

toH reupS

Did you like those parts in the matrix with the slow-mo? Where whatshisface THE ONE basically side steps between bullets and he doesn't even care? Of course you did, everyone did. Thats why there were movie parodies for years after. That game today is basically that, and it's called SUPER
 Super Hot's deal is that it's you against red bad dudes with guns, but with the added gimmick that time only moves when YOU move, so every level is basically a puzzle made of MURDER. "Wow, how the hell does THAT work?" you wonder? Well check this shit out.

Pretty much  "Damn that looks neat, I want to play this immediately". Lucky you, you can play this right from your browser. So if you like action movies, unconventional puzzles, minimalist art styles, slow-motion, and the color red, then SUPER HOT is for you. Hey, and they're also trying to get enough funding to make this prototype into a full blown game, so if you like what you see, you can throw money at it if you want.
Super DEAD
You can play SUPER HOT right here

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Copious amounts of blue and orange with some red mixed in

HEY! You know what I havent done in a while?
Well, yes. Also screw you. What I meant is that I haven't  had an update with a game from Digipen in a long time. So when I saw that today's game was made there, it's like killing two birds with one stone!
Don't kill birds with stones
The game for today is IGNEOUS, and its all about volcano, fire, and going fast. It'd also consider it a INDIE PLATFORMER, but since it isn't RETRO it doesn't get the trifecta. Here's a video.

It looks pretty good, I'd almost call it...ingenious.
Anyway. As you can see the game, while pretty straight forward, was great enough to win awards, and the team of students that made the game called themselves "Going down in flames", and with a name like that you know these guys clearly knew what they were doing.
"This is your captain speaking: everything is fiiiiiiiine"
Do you like Tiki idols? Volcanoes? GOING FAST? Then Igneous is for you, because it has all of those things.
You can get Igneous here

Wednesday, April 23, 2014


Everyone wants to be a fighter pilot at one point. EVERYONE.
"Nope, not me!"
You are either lying to me, which is impolite, lying to yourself, which is sad, or you are a completely broken person inside and you have my pity. The game today is called Sky Rogue, and it looks pretty slick, and while it's not a proper flight sim game, it does a fair job of getting close-ish.
Obviously Sky Rogue is about fighter jets and the stuff they blow up. Set on randomly generated islands you choose from a number of fighters each with different skins, pick from a wide array of weaponry for your loadout and go shoot up other fighters, ships, and bases.
Check out that low-polygon art and those bright distinct colors, you know you love it.

Eventually all fighter pilots will be replaced with robots, which will eventually rebel and cause Robomageddon, so this might be the closest thing you can get to being an actual fighter pilot (for free). So if you like Top Gun (the dog fighting parts, not the beach volleyball), missiles, fighter jets, low polygon art, bright colors, or riding into The Danger-Zone then Sky Rogue might be for you.
You can get it here for free on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and if you like it enough you can even throw some cash the Developers way to encourage them to keep up the good work.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Its like Groundhog Day, but in space

Hey guess what, I'm not actually dead. Surprising I know. On other blogs you'd get some kind of excuse, or bitching about how "Life has been kinda rough you guys", but that's for people who give a shit about that sappy stuff, so lets get right to the video games.
 Have you ever wanted to be an astronaut? Rhetorical question: I already know the answer is yes, everyone does at one point in life. Deal is most of you didn't make the cut because you weren't a genius (You need more than a pioneering spirit to go to space) or you were discouraged because you found out that when your spacesuit fails you get turned inside out, then you probably fall apart, then whats left freezes if it's caught in the shadow of a space station/Earth/a satellite or it cooks if it's exposed to the sun. So yeah, Space is hardcore.
It's metal as hell
But with the magic of VIDEO GAMES you, YES YOU, can still at least pretend to be an astronaut. Which brings us to our game today: Outer Wilds, a game about space exploration, a time loop, and the end of the universe.

The deal with Outerwilds is that you have twenty minutes to explore the solar system, using a space ship and probes, poking around to see all the cool stuff in it, and trying to solve mysteries, like a cosmic Scooby Doo cartoon. With multiple planets to check out, and "Quantum moons" there's plenty to see, and you're going to need to take multiple loops to see everything and figure out whats the deal with the time loop. You need to keep how much fuel and oxygen you have in mind, and you need to know how to actually fly you spaceship, so you need to actually know what you're doing (Like a real astronaut!)
There's a reason they put these guys through an endless ringer of simulators
If any of this that interests you, or maybe you like the idea of space banjos (See trailer) then there's something you should know. Outer Wilds was built around using an XBox controller. You can switch up the inputs so they'd work with a keyboard, but it's going to be clunky. If that doesnt disuade you, then dive right on in.
You cant let a lack of competence, or technical know-how stop you
You can snag Outer Wilds here on PC, Mac, and Linux

Monday, March 10, 2014

I dont know what to title this one

Hey, got THREE games for you today, so STRAP IN. Firstly, do you remember FLAPPY BIRD? That stupid phone game that used assets stolen from Super Mario? Bought by so many people the guy who made it can probably retire? Made by that guy who had a nervous breakdown or something over Twitter and then took the game off the market? Yeah, that game, what if I told you there were free versions of that game all over the internet? "Fly thing between, over, and around obstacles and not crash" isn't exactly a new concept. So if you were actually considering spending cash to get it before it was taken off the market, and you feel like you missed out on something 1) I feel sorry for you, 2) Don't worry I got a couple different options for you 3) Whyyyyyyyy.
"It's totally the new Dark Souls you guys!"
Lets move on to something else. Metroidvania's are nice, so lets break out one of those. Lets see what the guy who made it himself, Derek Yu, has to say about Eternal Daughter, the third game for you today.
"Eternal Daughter is an epic platform game that took myself and my friend Jon two years to make and nearly destroyed our immortal souls. It's an homage to some of our favorite games from our preteen years, like Super Metroid and Castlevania: SOTN.
Even though the gameplay is familiar, the world, the characters, and the story are all our own. The game also marks my first teaming up with Swedish music virtuoso, David Saulesco, who produced an original soundtrack for the game. We've been happy together ever since."
YOU READ THAT? All original art, all original music. Two years of effort to make. You cant expect that some everyone, because. SOME. PEOPLE. Can't handle it. You should know what a Metroidvania is at this point, and if you dont well just grab this and find out!
It's got boss fights, making this more like dark souls than flappy bird
You can snag Eternal Daughter here (at the bottom), and you can try a free, weird multiplayer version of Flappy Bird here, and you can find one of the games Flappy Bird rips off here