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    Time to Share the Love!

    Posted by (twitter: @caranha)
    April 25th, 2012 5:00 am

    Another Ludum Dare done, and it is time to play, play, play games!

    Since I have a much higher workload now than I had last time, I will have to control my time rating games. So the plan is to play 5 games from the “least rated” list, 5 from the “default” list, and then a couple from my “this looks interesting/someone asked me to rate this game” list every night. Every rating WILL get a comment, so if you want some comments on your game, I’d be happy to give it a fair shake!

    To start things off, these are the games that I played yesterday and really left a good impression on me:

    Pow! Pow! Pow! — As the name suggests, this is a very cute came. The authors really put a lot of effort in the design, and the game is visually very remarkable. The game (a platformer) is a bit on the hard side, though.

    Tiny Religion — A game with an interface that is quite unique nowadays — verb name command line! This alone would merit a mention, but the game is also cute, and has an interesting premise. It does require a windows install, though.

    Tiny Castle — Mindless fun! A giant boy with a giant-er sword storms through tiny pixelated villages, causing mayhem and destruction! Great game to kick back and relax.

    Tiny Girl — An addictive shoot them up – rensponse is really quick, enemies come from everywhere, and the movement of the background makes the game very dynamic: action seems to be going really fast! (when I do a shooter I will certainly steal this idea.

    Hope you like these games like I did, and see you again tomorrow!

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