Best PC games Games of the Year 2019 Best graphics card 2020 Best free games Dota Underlords builds TFT best comps 9.24b

Posts tagged “Increpare”

Unjaunty: English Country Tune

Stephen "Increpare" Lavelle has sent over a version of his spatial puzzle game, English Country Tune, and I've been playing it. Atmospheric, compelling, and acutely encouraging of the thinking they call lateral, English Country Tune mixes some of the kind of 3D puzzles you might have seen before over the years with some you won't have seen, and then adds in extra layers of impossible…

Tagged with , .

Funny Never Sleeps: American Dream

American Dream is a collaborative browser game from Increpare, VVVVVV's Terry Cavanagh, Jasper Byrne and Tom Morgan-Jones that's made me laugh more than enough to warrant a post. It's a bit like Oliver Stone's Wall Street directed by a wet pocket calculator. Set in the 80s, it tasks you with fulfilling the American dream by making a million dollars, though according to Terry it started…

Tagged with , , , , .

It’s Topical Tuesday: Put The Kettle On

I'm not out protesting. I'm sat at home, absorbing a steady drip-feed of political horror off of Twitter. But now, thanks to inexhaustible indie developer Increpare, I can pretend I'm there! Join me as I lock the toilet, open a window, put on a coat and fire up Kettle, a game which casts you as the police trying to effectively bundle a small crowd into…

Tagged with , , , .

Activate The Three Artefacts And Then Leave

Ah, the working week hasn't begun until we've posted a dreadfully sinister indie game. Courtesy of the Indie Games blog, Activate the Three Artefacts and then Leave has you navigating an ominous, claustrophobic environment using your mouse, the WASD keys and by listening out for sounds, though that description doesn't convey the game's nightmarish atmosphere. It plays a bit like the hallucination of a sedated…

Tagged with , , , .

Increpare: Indie Developer Needs Cash, Badly

You know Increpare? Aka Stephen Lavelle? He's one of the hyper-prolific game creators on the British indie scene. We've blogged about a couple of his games before (The historian game Opera Omnia and the Mass Effect 2 parody Starfeld), but he does a whole lot more. His presentation at World of Love basically involved him just talking to everyone in the audience about what they…

Tagged with , , , , , , .

Mass Defect: Starfeld

I started the day with a micro-webgame which one Mr DMcCool discovered over at the Indie game Blog. "As far as I can tell its a hilarious minimalist critique of Mass Effect," says DMcCool, which sounds so much the sort of thing I'd write, I'm just going to quote it. Tricky moral dilemmas! Memorable characters! Upgradeable characters! Questionable and repetitive gameplay! Shocking twists! It's Starfeld.

Tagged with , , , , , .

Page 2 of 2

Older posts