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It can sometimes feel like the world is being buried beneath independently-developed PC games, leaving us with far too many to keep up with.
This is Frontiers, a game designed and being developed by two men. Something that blows your mind when you see footage of the game in action.
It’s like Limbo, but with magnets! Magnetic by Nature looks pretty neat, especially for a student project.
Oovee Game Studios took to Kickstarter to ask for help with creating their off-road driving game which, while nowhere near done, already looks amazing.
Last year’s E3 was in many ways a lowpoint for the annual industry showcase, tepid press conferences dominated as much by… ill-advised crowd reaction as they were by an endless parade of games all seeming to promote the same ol’ mindless violence.
This is Remembering. It’s a “poetic exploration game driven by sound”. It’s finished and available for download here. You should go ahead and do just that.
Buttons, controllers, keyboards, motion controls? Been there, done that. Mind-controlled games, people — or more specifically, games controlled by brain activity — are something else.