September 2nd, 2012 | By Alex Wilkinson
This week has been very interesting, I have found many great games from new developers showcasing some amazing ideas in their shorts. Below is a brief round up to finish off this week showing the titles from this week just incase you missed any and hell it is sunday it is not like you really have anything better to do. For the original article click the title and for the game click the image.
An interesting game from T J Hughes where you play as a fish and must eat smaller fish to evole, a fun game to while away a couple of minutes with some nice visuals. With addition of a scoring system this game would be so much fun.
A great concept showing that puzzle games can still contain elements that are very unexpected. The concept is fantastic and I hope Daniël Haazen takes the idea created and produces a full game featuring similar design elements.
Beautiful pixel-art graphics and lovingly created environments Limit is a fun platformer with a great concept focusing on evolution. A fun short that has potential to be developed into a full game by Sakuyan.
Another great looking game, nice distinct stages as you evolve each level offers new challenges and rewards. A great working model which could easily be taken further into a dynamic and interesting platform game by Jussi Simpanen.
A frantic and fun platformer where you are continually fighting against the virus who has invaded the system. A fun game with great visuals making this virtual battle arena very fun to play in and well worth your time so give it a go, from the creative mind of Juan Karlo Licudines.
Fantastic little puzzle platformer what relies quite heavily on interesting uses of sound in combination with key pressing combos making for a nice take on puzzle games. The game has a great art styling lovingly put together along with very fun and interesting unique gameplay dynamics by Mark Foster.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for the start of next week’s Indie Intermission looking at more great fun indie games short enough to be played over your coffee break.
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