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REVIEW: Appease the Spider

As the sort-of sequel to surprise hit One Night Two Crazies1, Appease the Spider ($1.00) is a speedy follow-up to the original’s brand of cheap (albeit creepy) jump scares. 518 more words

Xbox Live Indie Games

REVIEW: Avatar of the Dead

Just by exiting the starting gate of marketplace publication, Avatar of the Dead ($1.00) has a huge advantage. I mean, sure, zombies, but if the continued popularity of… 555 more words

Xbox Live Indie Games

REVIEW: Space Assault

Fighting off the previously-reviewed Assault Ops for ‘most generic title’, the also-combative Space Assault ($1.00) features a generic every-soldier, doing battle with a host of alien machinery… 506 more words

Xbox Live Indie Games

Episode 14 - Erik Umenhofer, Firebelly Studios

Listen to the podcast here.

.NET Developer by day, and game dev by night, Bay Area resident Erik Umenhofer has been quietly working on games for several years, from the comfort of his own home. 110 more words

Unity

Yes! I have finally done it! Pong shall be completed!

Big news! I have finally conquered the maths in Pong, at least to a basic degree anyways… but let’s not dwell on what might not be up to my exacting standards! 320 more words

Programming

REVIEW: Assault Ops

Playing at war online can be a lonely place on XBLIG. Pick any game and it’s an epidemic, even for new releases. The majority of the service’s already-infinitesimal audience is scattered between a handful of popular titles, with the rest of the online games left to fight for stragglers, or, sadly, abandoned altogether… 418 more words

Xbox Live Indie Games

REVIEW: One Night Two Crazies

Third time is the charm for developer Chris Antoni, so far as timing his new releases, that is. While Santa Slay missed the (calendar) mark by a considerable margin, … 609 more words

Xbox Live Indie Games