If you consider yourself someone who supports indie developers and own Gun Monkeys, consider taking some time out to play it. If you run a gaming community, perhaps add it to your rota of games. If you don’t already own it, well, get out there and buy it, get some friends to buy it and have some gun-toting, simian-searing, energy-collecting, one-on-one fun!
There’s never the ability for users to create content without an incredibly ambitious project showing up.
Thanks to the steam sale, I recieved the game as a gift. I decided to stream myself playing it for the first time after trying the heart surgery.
With the help of developer Dan Marshall we have come up with some top-tips to help you get ahead, and drive your opponents bananas.
E3 2013 has finally come to a close. Now that the show is over and all the games have been announced, I’m going to go over what we felt was best of show at E3 2013 and our own personal favourites. There were almost 200 games announced at this E3, with possibly the most quality titles I’ve personally seen at any E3. Without further ado, here are the five games we here at CIG feel have stolen the show.
There’s a lot of history in this pairing. The battle of 3DS and Vita; of Nintendo and Sony hand-helds. It goes back close to ten years. Back to 2004 and the initial release of the PSP.
Many years have been named ‘The Year of Indie Games’, but these have been declared prematurely. THIS is the year!
Making it as a surgeon can be tricky; even more so when you have the motor skills of an arthritic eighty-five year old.
CEO of Sandswept Studios Geoff Keene was kind enough to take time out from making the zombie infested world of The Dead Linger, to chat with us about some of their design choices and the future of the game.