Award winning indie game developers announce their support for Bitcoin with this Pay What You Want bundle.
Organised by little ol’ me. So hopefully it won’t break.
This is a list of blog posts I’m seeing on Twitter. I’ll update this over the next couple of days so keep checking back. Leave a comment if you want any additions/corrections.
There are loads of brilliant game recommendations if you look to your right over the xmas period, or head over to Twitter and search for #indiexmas.
@retroremakes is blogging all week and is always worth reading
@vambleer have posted a wonderful List of Lists
@GreyAlien 2012 Indie Game Picks
@happionlabs (Jamie Fristrom) Recommendations
@gyratory (Garry Liddon) Why Super Hexagon Will Ruin Your Life (And Leave You Smiling)
#indiexmas: Indie Games Celebration December 24th+
Chill by the fireside with some of our favorite indie games. Tell us yours!
Christmas. The season to be jolly, to celebrate with family and, most of all, to play!
This year we want to celebrate a year of amazing independent games. We all have our favourites and now is the time to tell all your friends what they could be playing during the holidays.
Starting on Christmas Eve, use the medium of your choice to spread the word. Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Blogs, or even shout about your favourite indie games from the rooftop.
Need help deciding? Indie Games of 2012
Please post links to your #indiexmas blog posts in the comments section below!
I’m on the come down one gets after working all nighters and doing a big release.
I don’t quite know what to do with myself yet am also still knackered. So today I was invited to the local arthouse cinema to watch Argo, and what a great film that was.
Ben Affleck, talented director? I think so, yes. The film felt a little contrived at the end but the pacing was good, as was the mix of humour and very real feeling of horror at the Iran situation at the time.
Give it a go.
Eufloria HD is part of the The Humble Bundle for Android 4!
Six glorious games for your mobile entertainment. Humble Bundle for Android 4 features a handpicked selection of the finest portable gaming ever seen for Android. Pay-what-you-want and dive into the creative physics puzzler Crayon Physics Deluxe; the plant-based interstellar RTS Eufloria; the cell-splitting microbial puzzler Splice; the future-retro audiovisual concoction Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP; and the side-scrolling planetary adventure, Waking Mars. Customers who pay more than the average price will also get the fantastic mechanical point-and-click adventure Machinarium!
Desktop ready. Buying the Humble Bundle for Android 4 also gets you the games on Windows, Mac, and Linux! For your listening pleasure, all six games also come with an official soundtrack.
Pay what you want. On their own, buying this unbeatable collection of mobile and desktop games with soundtracks would cost around $119, but we’re letting you name your price!
The games are DRM-free and work great on Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux (system requirements here). Note that this is the initial release for many of the Android and Linux versions of the games. Please be patient while the developers fix any 1.0 bugs as quickly as they can, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you run into any issues!
Support charities and developers. Choose how your purchase is divided: to the developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and/or the Child’s Play Charity. And if you like this promotion, a tip to the Humble Bundle would be greatly appreciated!
Derrick the Deathfin released for PSN on PS3 today!
Derrick has a very cool papercraft style which makes it interesting. I helped kick the project off, while Gordon Midwood and Ronzo from Different Tuna have taken it to its conclusion. I’m looking forward to playing the final build as the last version I played still had a little way to go gameplay wise but visually looked pretty sweet.
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