Posts Tagged ‘Offline’

Have You Played… Offline?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time.

I was a mite irked when Konstantinos wrote about Offline [official site] in 2014, because I wanted to. Offline is a short free game about spooky happenings as you drive Underground/subway/Metro train, and it’s a fair example of a games trend I’ve really enjoyed over the past few years: games which ask for two, five, ten minutes of my time to show me something small and nice and cool.

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Watch Evolve Singleplayer Matches With Commentary

An in-depth gameplay video with two matches demonstrating the offline mode in Evolve [official site] has popped up. If you’re curious about Evolve but aren’t a big fan of games with a multiplayer focus, or are already gearing up for the game’s release and are interested in how its offline mode works as a tool for practice and experimentation, feast your eyes on this beast.

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Freeware Garden: offɭine

Do you know that sensation you get when travelling by train at night, looking out of the window, thinking and imagining things? Scaring yourself or deciding to let the hypnotic sights relax you? Well, offɭine is a game about this exact sensation. Really. I asked dev Pol Clarissou and he said so.

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