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Grimind
by Eldon

Grimind tries to tug at your senses with darkness, simplistic cruel puzzles, and creatures that jump at you from the shadows. The game asks that you turn off the lights, but after a thorough playthrough, you can decide if you should turn off this game instead.



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Secrets of Grindea
by Eldon

Boy do I really want to play this game. An old-school RPG with coop support for 4 people....I'm in. Do you remember popping in Secret of Mana? The style of combat, leveling up, item seeking, and great combat that it featured. This game also boasts a great story. I wonder how that will work with coop?



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New Storefront
by Eldon

Now that our new storefront design is finished at our gamecreator store, I can go back full time into finding those great Indygames hiding in the rough.  Check out the store by the way, it's looking nice. Want to sell a game on there or some graphics of your own, drop me a line.


Tower Wars
by Dell

Towers Wars tries to take a piece of the Tower Defense fan base. A base that is large and growing. Birthed from mods of Warcraft 3 and Starcraft in my opinion. Let's explore whether this game meets the standards of a decent tower defense.



Roencia Game Creators specializes in Indie and Casual game reviews. If you would like your game reviewed, please subscribe to: Roencia's YouTude Channel & send a copy of your game to contact @ roencia.com


Ren' Py
11/05/2012 - Eldon

For....Free! You may have played the latest storybook adventures and never realized it came from this engine. When Steam Greenlight appeared, so did many visual novels developed in this free and flexible engine. The homepage explains:

What is Ren'Py?

Ren'Py is a visual novel engine that helps you use words, images, and sounds to tell stories with the computer. These can be both visual novels and life simulation games. The easy to learn script language allows you to efficiently write large visual novels, while its Python scripting is enough for complex simulation games.

Ren'Py is open source and free for commercial use. It supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android.


Impact Engine
10/24/2012 - Eldon

Quite a claim, so I investigate. At a price tag of $99, the Impact Engine promises stunning HTML 5 games for desktop and mobile browsers.

I spent most of my time researching the level editor called the Weltmeister. It allows you to add your entities and triggers as well as edit code. This video does a good job of showing tile placement.



It looks easy, but I found it quite tedious figureing everything out. I'm not a programmer though, so I gravitate towards cheese-cake difficulty leveled game engines. The site has plenty of documentation to help you get started and it's nice being able to code once and see your game flow on every HTML5 capable browser. Almost every engine is headed that direction these days.



Sun Eclipse
by Logan Apple

Sun Eclipse is the first game from developer Logan Apple for iPhone & iPad. So what is instore for us? And I quote, “Darkness has risen... The Sun Eclipse warlords have seized the galaxy, and only one person can stop them... That person is YOU.”

Forget Endless space, Sun Eclipse takes you through a galaxy of darkness with only the stars to light your way. Your little ship seems outclasses against your enemies, but you are able to upgrade your ship and firepower.

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 5.1 or later.



Roencia Game Creators specializes in Indie and Casual game reviews. If you would like your game reviewed, please subscribe to: Roencia's YouTude Channel & send a copy of your game to contact @ roencia.com



Freedom Engine
by The Game Creators

The FreedomEngine is an interesting concept and that you can program games for free, from the cloud. The code scripting language is Basic, but when your finished with your game, it's automaticaly cross-platform. If your into programming, this might be a good engine to use.



Zombie Apocalypse Team
by Roencia Game Creators

Assuming all these characters have your best interest at heart, what would be a good team if such an event would occur? I put this together fairly quick, but this is my reasoning.

1) Solid- has enough experience in covert ops to lead
2) Tycus- is a steam roller especially in his marine suit
3) Master Chief - Could be a backup leader if Solid bites the dust and he has good weapon knowledge
4) Glados- Did set up all those twisted puzzles, but maybe he's not the best choice.
5) Medic- He can handle a needle for first aid, or a weapon
6) Ryo- Is just cool and learned from all the masters
7) Garnet- Has a loving kindness that can keep the team together
8) Guybrush- Most unlucky guy in gaming history

What team would you form to survive the apocalypse? Email me your group and it may be featured for all to see.



Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
by DrinkBox Studios

Tales from space: Mutant Blobs Attack sounds like it can be a really cool adventure. Your a blob with some amazing powers. The most impressive being the ability to devour anything smaller then you.

That will be difficult at first since you are so small and inconsequential. Now that I've played the entire campaign of tales from space: Mutant Blobs Attack. Is it worth the plate it's served on or does this experience disagree with your appetite?

Official Site: http://mutantblobsattack.com/
Written Review: Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack


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