Monday, 20 June 2016

Tick Tock Bang Bang - Bend the time and film it

In this game, you film a movie, bend the time and make great stunts all in one take.


The time control mechanism is incredibly smooth but the obstacles follow a (mostly) random pattern which narrows gameplay's possibilities.
It still offers a great experience with a neat design and atmosphere. And the concept is fun to play and addictive.



Play It: https://dejobaan.itch.io/ttbb?ac=qEFvp5QF

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Adventure Lamp - Full Version

This game has been reviewed here when it was only a Ludum Dare entry. It's now a fully functional game and it's on itch.io: Play It/See It





Monday, 7 December 2015

Luxuria Superbia - Kinky Flowers

An awkwardly erotic exploration game where you touch flowers, change colours and hear zen sounds.


Like most Tale of Tales games, it is more about the experience than just killing zombies. The feeling is intense and the immersion is powerful.


Play it: http://taleoftales.itch.io/luxuria-superbia?ac=qEFvp5QF

Friday, 27 November 2015

The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human - Post-Apocalyptic Fishing

A very retro-style game where you need to find your way in an underwater world.


Make friend with fishes, make bubbles and kill monsters with minimalist weapons in this adventure game with a great atmosphere and stunning pixel-art scenery.


The Kickstarter campaign was successful and the release date is announced for January 2016.

Play It: http://www.whycjwhy.com/theaquaticadventureofthelasthuman.html

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Code Combat - Write, Run, Learn and Have Fun!

Today, I'm not going to talk about a game per se. But a serious game that teaches you how to code.


It presents as a real game but when you want to control the character, you need to write some code.


There is auto-completion like in a good IDE (integrated development environment, a software used to write code like a pro!).


Choosing the language could be a tricky part. As it always is. So far, you can choose between Python, JavaScript, Lua, Closure and CoffeeScript. But learning the basics (Python) is enough for you to switch to another language later on, e. g. when you start your own project.

Try It: codecombat.com