A game about conducting heists from behind a pc screen? It sure sounds mundane and complicated. Blendo Games though, have somehow managed to pull it off with ease in Quadrilateral Cowboy. They’ve put together a highly polished, surprisingly enjoyable product, one which every gamer should get around to playing at some point.
Inside is a clever, through-provoking evolution of what made Limbo great, and is easily one of the best games this generation.
The isometric, top down shooter perfectly blends the new with the old to deliver a very enjoyable experience.
As a genre, puzzle platformers have gone through many permutations. First gaining mainstream success in America in the 1990’s with Lost Vikings and Wario Land 2. These games laid the groundwork for modern puzzle platformers like Braid and Fez, where the puzzles are solved by players manipulating the actual game world in some way.
Devolver Digital are having a sale on Steam. Broforce, Hotline Miami, and many more are selling for dirt cheap! What are you waiting for?
Pyre is nothing like Transistor and Bastion, looking more like a sports title than an RPG at times.
A reader gifted Matty with two indie titles! Which should he play first; ‘There’s Poop in My Soup’, or ‘Sophie’s Curse’?
SuperHot uses it’s time-altering core mechanic to great effect, with small, smartly designed puzzles offering exhilirating bursts of frantic shooting and methodical thought.
According to this Warren Spector person who has probably made a game that went over well, the indie market is where the innovation is at.
Thomas Was Alone and Volume creator, Mike Bithell, is working on two new games. We may be seeing one a lot sooner than we think…
We’ve got a bunch of indie titles for Matty to play! Which should he play first?
Mouldy sandwiches! Flat coke! A two-week old portion of Lasagna that has developed sentience and sounds suspiciously just like Brian Blessed! Yessir, the Oscars can kiss our flattened asses when it comes to presentation. And in case you missed out on the Lazygamer Awards this week, here’s the complete wrap of it. In video form! And words!