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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:52 pm

Deepak Fights Robots

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Normally you would have to pay money to play Deepak Fights Robots, but now it has been made to run free in your browser! Use your new age philosophies to guide you in the fight against the mechanical horde.
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Sun Oct 14, 2012 12:48 am

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This game just won the grand jury prize at Indiecade 2012. It's a flash game about war, but not the exciting Call of Duty war. More the boring war of watching monitors, following protocols, and trying to keep your family from falling apart while you're away.
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by AmishSamurai Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:25 pm

As a promo tie-in for Skyfall, Sony has done a text-based game called the British Intelligence Officer's Exam. Link to article since the actual url is an IP address which looks kind of sketchy and doesn't play nice with the url tags.
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Fri Oct 26, 2012 2:42 am

Incredipede

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This is the browser-based demo version of the recently released indie title Incredipede. It's an unusual and inventive physics puzzler that is as hideous as it is comical. You build this grotesque monstrosties and then try to get them to walk their weirdo bodies to the goal. It's rather catchy gameplay and quite fun to watch your little monster hobble and lurch its way to the finish line.

Those interested in the full version can go here:
http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/incredipede
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Fri Oct 26, 2012 2:24 pm

Frog Fractions

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This game is not what it first appears to be. If you're patient, think outside the box a little bit, and stick with it, then there's a whole lot of WTF in there.

If you don't think you'll play it, here's a small spoiler to entice:
I started in an edutainment game about a frog that does fractions, but by the end I was in an economic simulator where I was the king of an insect pornography industry
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:11 pm

Flippin Dead

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This is a game where you are a cool bear that must dodge zombies, but with a certain powerup, the rules switch and the bear becomes a zombie and all the other zombies turn back into humans to be eaten. It's a simple game where the point is to go for all the achievements that the game throws your way. It's actually pretty addictive, though I didn't make it all the way until the end.
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Mon Nov 05, 2012 12:55 am

J T wrote:Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure

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Yes, the same guy that recommended you play Beautiful Escape: Dungeoneer is now recommending you play Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure. I'm an unusual person. This game is so insanely cute though, nobody can resist it.

Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure sounds like it was created by a 5 year old... because IT WAS created by a five year old. Game developer Ryan Henson Creighton and his daughter (both pictured below) came up with a game together. He let her do the artwork, story ideas, and voices while he did all of the programming. The result is something adorable beyond words and retains the child-like charm that no adult could quite properly recreate on their own.

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Remember this game? Now the girl is giving a TED Talk!

http://kotaku.com/5957329/five-year-old ... wn-tedtalk
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:23 pm

Contre Jour

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This is a lovely little physics puzzler. You shape the ground and use rubber ropes to sling shot a rolling eyeball to his goal. It's like a weird mix of World of Goo, Limbo, and Angry Birds.

There's also this great CGI trailer
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by Ivo Sat Nov 10, 2012 4:46 am

J T wrote:Contre Jour

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This is a lovely little physics puzzler. You shape the ground and use rubber ropes to sling shot a rolling eyeball to his goal. It's like a weird mix of World of Goo, Limbo, and Angry Birds.

There's also this great CGI trailer


There is a bit of Wall-E and a lot of (obviously) Petit Prince channelling in the trailer as well.
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Re: A new browser game every few days

by J T Sun Nov 18, 2012 5:17 pm

Dear Esteban

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*clidk the flying whale to play*

This is a parody of Dear Esther, if you hadn't figured that out from the title. Dear Esteban is amusing, but as a parody or critique, I think it's rather lame and doesn't do much more than to say "that's pretentious" and "don't attempt art games".
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