Posts Tagged ‘Harvest: Massive Encounter’

A Big Deal: Indie Royale’s Got Journey Down, Eight Others

By Nathan Grayson on July 3rd, 2012.

And people tell me I'm weird for taking my entire game collection to the beach.

It seems like only yesterday that the last Indie Royale bundle graced us with yet another tantalizingly priced collection of independent videogames. But, it was in fact, 19 yesterdays ago, which apparently meets the requisite downtime quota in indie bundle time. So now the Summer Bundle‘s setting up shop on our virtual sidewalks with an adorably misspelled copy edited sign and promises of delicious lemonade games like The Journey Down and Serious Sam 2. In total, there’s a whopping nine games up for grabs here, so you might consider taking a peek.

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Harvest: Massive Encounter Demo

By Kieron Gillen on March 11th, 2008.

I'm not sure what I make of Neil Young's album Harvest. You tell me, Alt-texter!

Before running off to visit Ubisoft Romania, I had a chance to play the demo of Harvest: Massive Encounter. The game’s just been released, so you can buy it now. It came second in 2007’s Swedish Games Awards, where the judges called it “a well-polished game that triggers competitiveness and the desire for exploration”. Which is pretty neat. While I gave it half an hour, I suspect I bounced off the surface. But there’s certainly something there in this Tower Defence game that may distract you. Video and a few more thoughts beneath the cut. No, really. Trust me. There won’t be a picture of Walker’s Cat again.
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