A series that takes a look at the freeware side of indie games. With hundreds of indie developers putting out unique projects, it’s hard for some games, including free ones, to be recognized. So, join Bob as he plays through some free-to-play indie games in search of interesting stories, clever mechanics, or important messages kept in easily accessible games.
These aren’t necessarily reviews in the normal sense, they’re looks at some of the interesting aspects to be talked about in the freeware indie game community.
Are you an indie developer with a freeware game you think deserves a deeper look? Send your submissions to email@example.com
- Serena: The Subtle Design Of Unease And Creeping Tension
- Pause Ahead: Why It’s OK To Make Puzzle-Platformers
- Death From A 1000ft Fall: Video Games And Humor
- Labyrinthine Dreams: Why Negative Emotions Work In Video Games
- Love Hotel: Can Video Games Handle Sex?
- Pretentious Game Trilogy: The Negative View Of The Art Game
- Bit Of War: Could Modern Games Have Worked On Classic Consoles?
- Endgame Syria: Tackling Real-World Events With Games