The most depressing shopkeeper simulation in all of human history, Cart Life, is now available for purchase on Steam. It's a dirt cheap game which will almost certainly challenge, frustrate and depress you with its morose tales of people working themselves to death, only to scrape by.
It's only $5 normally, but it's being introduced at a 30% discount for a limited time. I guarantee you haven't played anything else like it before and highly recommend that you do. I love it, and I'm grateful it's arrived on Steam so that I'm more likely to remember to play again.
|10:30 AM on 05.18.2013|
Cart Life dev reveals new game, is humble and lovable
I'd like to pay Richard Hofmeier to talk to me about videogames. During last week's Sup Holmes (now on iTunes), he told me about so many great things, like the free online "game" Geoguessr, surrealist interactive text auteur...more
|2:30 PM on 05.12.2013|
Sup Holmes works harder with Cart Life's Richard H.
Today on Sup Holmes we welcome Richard Hofmeier to the program. Richard created the award winning Cart Life, a game about working as a street vendor. This game does not help you to escape from the pains of real life. Instead...more
|8:30 AM on 03.28.2013|
Cart Life and FTL win big at the Indie Games Festival
The Game Developers Conference currently going on in San Francisco is home to the Independent Games Festival. A couple of months ago, the finalists were revealed. Last night, the winners were revealed. Richard Hofmeier’...more
|2:00 PM on 02.02.2013|
Review: Cart Life
Cart Life's willingness to be mundane in an attempt to understand the mundane, without typical preconceptions, is its greatest strength as an empathetic work and its greatest failing as a game. As people, we find tighter bond...more
|3:00 PM on 06.15.2013|
Wargaming CEO is excited for World of Tanks on Xbox 360
A familiar site at every E3 for the past few years has been a giant tank sitting just outside West Hall of the LA Convention Center. Wargaming has been constantly promoting its free-to-play tank shooter World of Tanks, and th...more
|12:15 PM on 06.13.2013|
Yes, you're going to like Total War: Rome II
A better-looking Rome: Total War would have been enough for some, myself included -- have you seen how crazy some of the battles look? "Epic" is not a word that frequently leaves my mouth (or fingers, in this case) but it's a...more
|3:00 AM on 06.13.2013|
Anno Online is giving out some free currency for E3
Ubisoft is celebrating E3 by giving away free in-game real money currency for Anno Online players -- the newest free-to-play city-building from developer Blue Byte. All you have to do is log in, go to your My P...more