Posts Tagged ‘Ido Yehieli’

Money In Old Hat: The Indie Buskers

By Adam Smith on April 17th, 2012.

While watching people code is unlikely to be an event at this year’s 2012th London Olympathon, it has become more popular than I ever imagined it would. Admittedly, I imagined it would be marginally less popular than drinking your own eyeballs through a crazy straw so the fact that it’s an activity of choice for anybody is something of a surprise to me. You may remember the Indie Buskers, a gaggle of hardboiled indie types who offered up their coding expertise online, to an audience occasionally yelling requests. The results are now available. Read on to find out what dark ballads were in demand.

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Cardinal Quest: Devoutly But Briefly Free

By Alec Meer on October 3rd, 2011.

Yeah, it's the same picture as last time. Why? Because I'm writing this on Windows running on a Mac, and there's no bloody print screen key on this fruity machine

While knickers are being busily twisted about whether claiming The Binding of Isaac as in any way qualifies as a roguelike is right up there with the purest, most horrifying, most unforgivable evil of calling a real-time tactics game a real-time strategy game, let’s also look at something that does fit that genre without outrage. This one’s turn-based and everything!

Cardinal Quest, which impressed our Mr Smith just over a month ago, is spending 24 hours in the happy land of no-pennies. To qualify for this most absolute of discounts, you’ll need to read this tweet from CQ’s creator, Ido Yehieli and apply the code wherein when you go as if to purchase the game. That’s it! Trailer below if you’re having a dither.
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