[Dtoid community blogger bbain played a TON of indie games at this year's PAX. Thankfully for us, he was also sober enough to remember all of them! Want to see your own words appear on the front page? Go write something! --Mr Andy Dixon]
Well, PAX Prime 2012 has come and gone, and I happened to have played an absurd amount of games while I was there. Since I've become particularly interested in indie games these past few years, I ended up spending most of my time at the Indie Megabooth, checking out the PAX 10 (the industry-selected 'top 10 indie games') as well as the other indie booths scattered around the convention. I wanted to share my thoughts on all of these wonderful games, so I thought I'd do a sort of mini-review of each of the indie games that I got a chance to play at PAX. This turned out to be a much larger post than I initially expected, so let us dilly-dally no longer and just get right into this thing! These will be listed in alphabetical order, because that is the easiest way. Here we go!
Hello Games is finally releasing both Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2 for the PC! They'll both be available through Steam, and they'll each have Steamworks implemented to easily share custom created levels. The PC versions will a...more
Nyu Media has successfully concluded its Kickstarter campaign to localize a trilogy of Japanese indie shoot-'em ups, The Tale of Alltynex, the doujinsoft publisher has announced. Inspired by Taito's RayStorm series, The...more
This weekend until 2:00PM Eastern on Sunday you can play an awesome first-person medieval battle game Chivalry: Medieval Warfare for free. Head on over to the Steam page to download it and start playing. If you deci...more