Mittwoch, 6. Oktober 2010

Presentation of the Indie game: Cortex Command

Cortex Command is a 2-dimensional action side-scroller developed by Data Realms.

It was developed for Windows and Mac OS and is still being refined to increase the gaming experience, for just €13,81 or better $18,-.

In the game itself you play as a brain, which controls bodies and vehicles to operate, after you bought them and let them fly in to the battlefield. So if your brain gets destroyed you lose the match and have to retry and find a better starting point for your brain.

The game supports 4 player matches on one PC for local fun. Each player needs an extra Gamepad or all play on the Keyboard.

There is a Tutorial and a Single player Campaign for players new to the game.

What I can say about this game is, you will have lots of fun blowing stuff up.
You can find a demo on the developers website to test the game before you think about the retail version.

Montag, 27. September 2010

Presentation of the Indie Game: Dyadin

Dyadin is an action puzzle game for two players. The game can be played on 2 PCs or on one.

The Goal in this game is to open up every gate, which allows both player to continue to the next level, by going simultaneously through the exit. This can get complicated because both players are in a different plane to move around.

While you try to open up every barrier and gate, there will be enemies in the later level, who'll hunt you down PAC-Man style.

So the game is pretty good, if you have a friend nearby to play with it.
Give it a try, here is the link: