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Little Inferno – Indie Game Of The Week

From the team that brought us World of Goo (One of my all time favourite indie games) comes Little Inferno.

“Burn flaming logs, screaming robots, credit cards, batteries, exploding fish, unstable nuclear devices, and tiny galaxies. An adventure that takes place almost entirely in front of a fireplace – about looking up up up out of the chimney, and the cold world just on the other side of the wall.”

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BIT.TRIP RUNNER – Indie Game of the Week

The auto-runner genre is one that’s filled with all sorted of titles so to really stand out you’ve got to create something special

BIT.TRIP RUNNER is a rhythm / music platformer with a fully character-based adventure that’s the latest chapter in the award-winning critically acclaimed BIT.TRIP series.

Run, jump, slide, and kick!


Another fun well paced game that’s only challenge is you get into the rhythm of the level! As with many auto-runners, the pace picks up as you progress and the challenges become more complex. Continue reading BIT.TRIP RUNNER – Indie Game of the Week

The Binding of Isaac

Indie Game of the Week: The Binding of Isaac

If you paid attention in religious education classes in school, you might be slightly surprised at the name of this week’s indie game, whose plot is inspired by a story in the bible where Abraham is asked to sacrifice his son Isaac. One of the recurring themes with indie games (and one of the reasons we love them!) is that the plot and premise is often not the standard aliens in space/war/racing idea that you get in many mainstream games. Whether its drunken wizards or a love story puzzle game, it’s hard to imagine a movie based on these games.

The Binding of Isaac (the game) follows the character Isaac as he tries to avoid being sacrificed. Fleeing to his basement, the game revolves around Isaac fighting off the numerous monsters that inhabit his basement. Playing like an old-school top down dungeon crawler, each stage features a boss, numerous enemies and the chance to buy power ups and new weapons. The game feature randomly generated levels, items and bosses, greatly increasing the game’s longevity. It also includes unlockable player characters, as well as multiple endings – not bad for a game costing less than a fiver!