My pizza delivery shmup, Pizzarian, is now available completely for free. You have the option to pay, but you can just click “No thanks, just take me to the downloads” and you get full access to the game.
This week gave me some trouble, but here on “Scratching the Itch.io”, I’ve brought you six more games! Really, I don’t think it should be this difficult to find six decent not-free games out of the dozens I sifted through. …
It’s that time again! Looking for some indie games? Jeddy has you covered!
Make fun of me for searching with Bing, will you?!
Hey, the item I bought with all this finally arrived!
After a tense final few hours on Sunday, Temporus just snuck past its Kickstarter goal of $20,000. The game was already Greenlit on Steam earlier this month, so all we have to do now is sit back and wait for Early 2015 to roll around!
If you haven’t supported Temporus yet, don’t worry! You still have a chance!
Oh, no…it’s happening again! We’re back for another roundup of recent indie games with “Scratching the Itch.io”—and this time, there’s only one game with pixel art! I’ve narrowed down six games that I thought looked good or interesting and listed them here for you to check out. You can thank me later for not having to go through the Latest Additions page yourself. …
Have some cash to spare? Want to play some games? Jeddy has you covered with this edition of Scratching the Itch.io!
I got hit by the con sickness and have been struggling to get better these past couple of days. Finally got around to uploading my pictures from the weekend! I took two dozen selfies for every ‘regular’ picture taken of me… so expect the oncoming spam to filter in today and tomorrow.
I think it says somewhere that this is occasionally a vaguely fashion-related Tumblr. The ladyfriend and I went to Metrocon last weekend, and this is what we wore on Friday! I look awkward in both of the pictures featuring me, for some reason, but I’m really happy with how well our outfits match! Matching makes me happy.
… We KNOW what their favorite RPGs are. They’re Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Secret of Mana, Zelda, Super Mario RPG, occasionally EarthBound, and never anything else. SNES RPGs are measured by these seven titles, and the presence they have in RPG fandom overshadows any other possible title. That’s why, in existing circles of SNES RPG fans, HAL Laboratory’s Arcana rarely comes up. That’s not ENTIRELY why (and we’ll get to that in a few minutes), but it takes the highest level of RPG buff to remember this game without needing a screenshot. …
Remember Arcana? No? Well, Meteo does in this classic GameCola review!
Despite its issues, one of my favorite RPGs. Meteo explains it pretty well.
Temporus - Kickstarter Nearly Over, Needs Help
Temporus is closing in on 50% funding but only has 4 days remaining in the campaign. $10 minimum buy-in.