Posts Tagged ‘run-and-gun’

Freeware Garden: Powerglove

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on September 17th, 2014.

I told him I'd crush him and he just sat there; staring.

Though a freeware release for Windows, Mac and Linux, the equally fresh Commodore 64 version of Powerglove¬†is a commercial offering that even comes complete in its very own, very homebrew cartridge. That’s delightfully different, isn’t it? No need to answer, I know it is, and what makes things even more intriguing is that the non 8-bit version of the game isn’t just an emulated one.

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Freeware Garden: Hets

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on July 31st, 2014.

Freeware Garden searches the corners of the internet to highlight one free game every day.

I take it hets isn’t a reference to the Argentinean Querand√≠ mountain tribe of the Pampas. It probably isn’t even aware of Bergman’s 1944 short movie either, though there’s definitely something sadistic to it. I mean, teasing a “very evil final boss” really isn’t such a nice thing to do, especially considering I’ll never get to meet the thing. So, yeah, sadism and thus also a unique kind of pleasure.

hets is unashamedly, brutally and in a way wisely hard. Or, at the very least, it does feel so to me.

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