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18 November 2013 9:18 AM | No Comments
That most dreaded time of year is just around the corner. And the pressure is on to ensure that you buy the perfect present for the woman in your life. Make the wrong decision and you’re paying for it for the rest of the year! […]Read More
Technology from a Student’s Perspective
22 October 2013 10:55 AM | No Comments
If you’re a first year university student right now, chances are you’ll be getting the swing of student life. Once alien concepts such as lectures, seminars, the student union and halls of residence won’t seem quite so unfamiliar to you now and you’ll be loving every […]Read More
Part 2 – The Man Without a Plan
19 March 2013 1:11 PM | 2 Comments
The next step in Matt's journey to build his first PC...Read More
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Posted on May 24, 2012 | No CommentsAll that talk of Diablo III earlier in the week has made us reminisce about the good old days of the dungeon crawler RPG, before fancy graphics and big budgets. This has brought us to an indie game that should be firmly in the heart […]
Posted on December 19, 2011 | No CommentsIt has been awhile since we looked at an in-browser game for Indie Game of the Week. I guess some might argue that they don’t, strictly speaking, fall into the ‘indie’ bracket but I think for all but a few intents and purposes, these titled […]
Posted on November 29, 2011 | No CommentsI struggle not to start most of the posts in this series, with some sort of statement on how Indie Game developers form the nucleus of creativity in gaming and how their freedom from the constraints of big studios expectations means that they can push […]
Posted on November 9, 2011 | No CommentsThere are some fantastic indie games out there and try as I might, I know I miss a bunch of thoroughly entertaining titles. That knowledge is the sort of thing that keeps me up at night, the thought that I’m missing out, disturbs me even […]
Posted on September 6, 2011 | 1 CommentHi there guys, following all the interest in Indie games on this blog, we have found a good piece of news that you may find interesting. The Organisers over at the “Sense of Wonder Night 2011” event have announced ten titles that will be presented […]
Posted on July 22, 2011 | 2 CommentsOne of the cool things about Minecraft is that you can create a custom environment built from the game’s terrain. These painstaking masterpieces are an extension of the architects interests outside of the Minecraft world. They can become deeply involving and extremely satisfying upon completion. […]
Posted on July 15, 2011 | No CommentsThis is the second instalment of the weekly series Indie Game of the Week. The first can be found here, which took a look at Bastion. It’s safe to say that the majority of us will be into one or all of the following: Star […]
Posted on July 6, 2011 | 1 CommentWe’re all for big budget games here at Dabs.com, and like nothing better than hooking up a fully tricked out PC to run the latest highly polished FPS or processor hungry Total War installment. Yet, occasionally, a low budget indie game gets into our sub-conscious […]
Posted on June 8, 2011 | No CommentsThe joy of indie games is that they are often much less inhibited than your multi-million pound mainstream title. This means of course, that they need not conform to widely held conventions (pushed on them by the publishers) and this freedom of movement can ultimately […]