Posts Tagged ‘Eufloria’

As Seen On Craigslist: Cottage Of Doom

By Cassandra Khaw on November 9th, 2014.

Doom is awesome! Maybe not the state of being doomed. Or even that movie where The Rock forced his cooking down alien olfactory senses. But domiciles of doom? Better than cottage cheese. Master of leafy strategy games Alex May recently released a remake of Cottage of Doom, his winning entry in 2007’s TIGsource B-Games competition. The idea behind this piece of lo-fi goodness is a simple one. You’re one of six characters. You’re alone in the forest, with nothing for company but shabby wooden furniture and a bug-eyed moose head. You’re also the heart d’oeuvre in an undead feast for hundreds.

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Eufloria HD Now On PC, Free To Buyers Of The Original

By Graham Smith on October 14th, 2014.

Eufloria grew from PC indie development, before snapping loose a seedling and floating off to colonise more mobile asteroids with Eufloria HD. Now it’s returning. The neat strategy game about expansive space gardening launches its expanded remake today on Steam, and features a new 25-level story mode, a ‘relaxed mode’ for ambient experiences’, and more. It’s also free to anyone who purchased the original game.

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Indie Royale 3: Eufloria, Cthulhu, Runespell

By Alec Meer on November 29th, 2011.

I still haven't played this because I AM A BAD PERSON

Too many indie sales! THERE ARE TOO MANY INDIE SALES. Some of us poor PC journalists need to have dinner you know, but noooooo, here comes another announcement about bargain-priced electronic entertainments of most excellent quality. Back to the internet with you, Meer! This time around, the good tidings of money-saving are the third Indie Royale collection, aka The Really Big Bundle, and it’s a bit of a cracker.
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Eufloria Community Yields Space Fruit

By Jim Rossignol on July 16th, 2010.


Alex from the Eufloria team sends word that the new version of the game, 2.05, includes a big old community map pack. The game now supports customs maps in the interface, and there’s apparently now some scope for truly inventive modding, with moving asteroids and other cleverness. The update is out on the site for non Steam users, and the Steam version will be updated shortly. I had a bit of a wordthink about the game last year, and most of what I said still stands.

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Get Games Go Indie Pack, Other Stuff

By Jim Rossignol on January 26th, 2010.


We mentioned this new download service before Christmas, when it could only offer a cheap Serious Sam HD, but now it’s up and running for proper, and we’re hoping it will be good place to get lower profile and PC indie games. It already has an indie games pack to kick off with, which is a Trine, Machinarium and Eufloria bundle. I suppose that might not be the best bundle to point you lot at, because you’re bound to have one of these games already, but anyway, it’s £29.95 for all three titles together, which is a reasonable way to catch three of the best indies from last year. I’m sure Lewie will keep an eye on this to point out any future bargainous recommendations.

In other indie sales news, it’s worth taking a look at the Natural Selection 2 / Overgrowth pre-order post-mortem, where the Wolfire team examines the success of promoting two as-yet-unreleased indie titles.

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Now Blossoming: Eufloria

By Jim Rossignol on October 21st, 2009.


It was called Dyson at the Independent Games Festival, and now it’s called Eufloria. That should have been Euphloria, I reckon, but no matter: it’s a minimalistic “ambient” space strategy game, and it’s out already on Steam or, better still, from the creator’s site. I’ve been playing it for the past couple of days, and my flowery words follow beneath the click.
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