The Shadows That Run Alongside Our Car is a short but powerful little visual novel about two strangers running from the the zombie apocalypse. Created over the course of four days by indie trio Lox Rain, the game never leaves the confines of the used car speeding down the highway but manages to cleverly weave around the characters’ stories as they talk about where they’ve come from and where they’re going.
Crowbarska made one of those list posts on Facebook a couple of weeks ago that got me thinking. The gist of it was to list the ten games that have had the most impact on you. Not necessarily “teh best games evah” or even ten of your favourite games, but those which have struck a chord and stuck with you long since you first experienced them. Although I wasn’t tagged directly (sad face) it wiggled its way into my brain enough that I felt my own hypothetical answer justified a proper blog post.
The first of my reviews (finally) of the selection of games generously included in the AGS Bake Sale bundle and what an opening it is. Entrapment is a game by Stuart Lilford, aka Tenacious Stu, of Lightbulb Games created using Adventure Game Studio and first prototyped back in January 2011 when he was at University.
Life is but a dream.. I’ve really been sinking my teeth into some great Indie games over the last couple of months. There’s some truly amazing things going on out there thanks to some really talented individuals. One of those little gems is The Dream Machine by Cockroach Incorporated, with its creators Erik Zaring and Anders Gustafsson at the helm. The Dream Machine is a traditional point-and-click adventure game, hand-crafted using a combination of clay, 3D graphics, Photoshop wizardry and the all important creative flair.
[ EDIT: The following was previously part of a double-review with Tombraider: Anniversary. I’ve since split this post in two for readability - 04/03/2012 ] Two games this week - I did promise you a review of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Tombraider: Anniversary - so here goes. I’ll try to be as thorough as I can. **Possible spoilers!** Summary The game follows US and British modern infantry as they combat international terrorism.
[ EDIT: The following was previously part of a double-review with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. I’ve since split this post in two for readability - 04/03/2012 ] Two games this week - I did promise you a review of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Tombraider: Anniversary - so here goes. I’ll try to be as thorough as I can. **Possible spoilers!** Summary Lara’s back in a reinvention of her original outing.