I want to be a human. Was it worth it ?

http://notechain.co.uk/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http://notechain.co.uk/wp-admin/theme-editor.php special info Indies are a trend now. Every small developer with limited production value can work on an Indie title and make it big. So today, we take a look at the newest Indie title to enter our gaming dungeon titled “I want to be a human”. Developed by Sinclair Strange and published by Rising Star games, “I want to be a human” is a side-scrolling and action-shooter-platformer hybrid with pixelated gore, dark humour, tons of things going on in the background added with flashing lights and a beautifully crafted soundtrack by…

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Review: NO THING

NO THING is a lot of things

NO THING isn’t necessarily always nothing. It’s certainly a lot of things inside a small package and it’s wonderful to behold as a whole. NO THING is an Indie game from EvilIndieGames, focusing on genres of the old, quite literally. This is one of the very few new-age retro-themed platformer games I’ve played and I’m thoroughly impressed by the amount of simplicity. The simplicity which hides a maddening truth of despair once you step inside the minimalistic art-influenced world of NO THING and crash into the third curve on the…

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter   Two years ago saw the experimental release of a new genre of game in the form of Dear Esther, a mod for Half Life 2. It was more than just a game it was an experience, the entire game was designed for immersion, from the voice acting to the audio. It followed your character as he wandered around an abandoned island speaking about another character called Esther. The beauty of the game wasn’t the visual fidelity but the open ended narrative that let your…

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