By Adam Smith on March 8th, 2013 at 11:00 am.
Mine Your Step communicates with text rather than speech, but I didn’t need to hear him to know that R. Lee Ermey was barking at me as I skirted around the bloody remnants of those who had gone before. It’s a free, browser-based asynchronous multiplayer game, in which Ermey’s commands provide clues but the best method of plotting a course through each level is to let hundreds of other people play first. There are mines, you see, and stepping on one turns even the hardiest soldier into a blood puddle. Those puddles have purpose though, eventually forming a border, marking the one safe path. You can read the names of the dead, little more than signposts now. Sort of reminds me of VESPER5, except the solitude and ritual have become explosions and blood. Via Indiegames.com.