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Watch: Binding Of Isaac-Ish Wizard's Lizard, Promising Indies

Lights Out, Guerrilla Video

I recently attended a San Francisco indie event called Good Game Club, and it was, er, good. There were games as far as the eye could see... well, except for where the walls were dotted, spotted, and blotted with art. It took place in an art gallery, though, so that - arguably *a little* more so than rows of clickity clacking PC game terminals - kinda goes with the territory. While there, I came across a few especially tantalizing standouts, so I decided to snap some quick (and, let's face it, not particularly pretty) videos of each. Soon I will transform RPS' videos into truly unique, attractive snowflakes (read: they'll probably all just be hosted by cats), but until then enjoy some raw, gritty-as-a-mouthful-of-cat-litter Guerrilla Video. The games on display include the Binding-of-Isaac-ish (but with a dual-world twist) Wizard's Lizard, gorgeous-looking story puzzler Gorogoa, local multiplayer retro cyberclash Gunsport, and minimal wonder Videoball.

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