Tag Archives: physics

Forever

Today we’re going to check out Forever by developers Flex Roman, Loïc Perillier & Pol Clarissou. I’d like to believe this is a rather morbid commentary on what it’s like to work in retail. It seems to actually go on forever sometimes. Check out Forever for free in your browser at the link below.

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The Aurora Wager

Today we’re going to take on the role of a dapper gent interested in getting involved in an air balloon race to the North Poll in The Aurora Wager developed by Martijn Zandvliet, Robin Vink and Michael Manning for the 7DRL Jam in 2013. We have to figure out how to fly and what to […]

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The Cabin

Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate I thought I’d take you to The Cabin by developers Jacob Vincent and Nicholas Efthimiou – designed for the 2014 7DFPS Game Jam. What started as a romantic getaway (I added the romantic part) quickly turns sinister when you find you’re the only one there and you’re trapped inside! Solve […]

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Not The Elephant

Today we’re going to have a quick look at Not The Elephant by developer Snapman_I_Am designed for the LD29 competition with the theme of “Beneath The Surface”. We’ll do our best to get to the center of this sculpture full of elephant by throwing cannonballs (or something?) at it. It’s actually a whole bunch of […]

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Grey

Today we’re checking out another game from the Global Game Jam 2015. Gray by developer Jovcem is a first person puzzle/platformer/exploration game where players must use stretchy cubes to solve traversal puzzles leading to a lighthouse off in the distance. There’s some positives and some negatives, but all in all I’m glad I took the […]

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Home Improvisation

Today we’re going to check out Home Improvisation by developer The Stork Burnt Down – designed for the Global Game Jam 2015. This is essentially a physics-powered cooperative IKEA furniture building simulation. You’ll be given a box of parts with no instructions and be asked to build your best rendition of the proper piece of […]

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GasoSta

Today we’re going to check out a strange little sim style game where we take the role of a gas station attendant with a lot of work ahead. GasoSta by developer Hisashimaru appears simple at first, but the twist that makes this game hilarious and strange comes from someplace a little unexpected. Check out GasoSta […]

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Rolling Sun (Alpha)

Today we’re going to check out an alpha version of an upcoming marble/physics game called Rolling Sun. Players will do their best to navigate wooden bridges, ruins and other physics powered obstacles while observing some beautiful vistas in the background. Check out Rolling Sun at the links below!

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Super Wolfenstein HD

*SEIZURE WARNING* Today we’re going to take a quick look at Super Wolfenstein HD by developer Free Lives. Designed for the Indies vs. Pewdiepie game jam, this reimagination of ID Software’s Wolfenstein 3D features some hilarious and over-the-top physics as well as destructible walls – which actually change how the game works pretty fundamentally. Overall […]

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DUR (Alpha)

Today we’re going to check out the alpha version for a surreal and musical third-person platformer called DUR by Goran Saric & Don Schmocker with music by Daniel Avi Schneider. We play as a sheet of iron with a fondness for the violin who can levitate structures in a mysterious city covered in fog. It’s […]

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