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Fingered! Review

A whodunit that is more luck than skill-based.

Fingered! is a game all about deduction from the minds of Edmund McMillen and James Id, which means you can expect something more along the lines of  286 more words


The Binding of Isaac

After the great success he achieved with Super Meat Boy, Edmund McMillen has decided to bring in a whole new take on the roguelike genre by releasing none other than The Binding of Isaac, a game that successfully manages to integrate roguelike elements into a stellar, one of a kind narrative that you are bound to enjoy. 468 more words


One Solution: Gish

Motored my way through early Edmund McMillen platformer Gish just today. It’s a fun game, and I like the mechanical element of only being able to affect your own fluidity. 939 more words


Indie Game-The bloodsport of Independent Gaming Development

The world of gaming is a competitive sport . In the 2012 Sundance Award winning documentary Indie Game, it is a blood sport.

The movie profiles independent game developers, partners Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes and Phil Fish (of Polytron) and their struggle to get their games completed and into the indie games market.  589 more words

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The Binding of Isaac (PC)


Like the world of the mad, a child’s perceptions are distorted. The world seems smaller with a house, the yard, or the town being the extent of the world’s reaches. 1,555 more words

Review of Indie Game: The Movie

As someone not generally interested by gaming, I can fully understand why this might seem like a movie many would immediately gravitate towards on your standard night in curled up with Netflix. 584 more words