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IGF Factor 2010: Tuning

By Kieron Gillen on February 9th, 2010.

As the Independent Game Festival approaches, I thought a series of short interviews with all the PC-relevant short-listed entries would be an idea. First up is indie-Godhead Cactus who received a nomination for the Nuovo Award for the abstractly beautiful platformer Tuning, which looks like Nebulus as re-imagined by Escher. The interview and footage follows…
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Worth TUNING In For (Dies)

By John Walker on November 25th, 2009.

I love a trailer for an indie game that leaves me both completely bewildered, and absolutely intrigued. Those were my primary reactions when watching the preview of TUNING spotted via IndieGames. It’s by the consistently interesting Cactus-Soft (how could a sane person not love games with names like Ted’s Wet Adventure and God Came To The Cave?), and is an entrant to the 2010 IGF awards. TUNING seems to be a diversion from his scratchy hand-drawn style, and looks absolutely fascinating. See below.

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