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I Can't See the Berries - Gaming with Color Blindness

This isn’t strictly for indie games, but it is something to consider and does in fact effect indie games as well. It’s a solid post by Indie Gamer Chick and Gordon Little.

There are plenty of conditions out there for which can cause problems for gamers and developers alike and it’s good to consider how best to deal with them if and when you might face them.

Monday, 21 April 2014

alpha-beta-gamer:

Lens is a first person exploration/puzzle game that takes place on a mysterious island, where two parallel worlds are separated by a thin glass of reality.  While playing the game you are able to pierce through this glass and look into this other parallel world using an ancient artifact called ‘The Lens’.  Not only can you use it to see the other parallel world, but you can also manipulate objects in both worlds, pushing and pulling objects between the two worlds to help solve puzzles and learn more about this mysterious island.

Lens uses the parallel worlds idea to great effect, Bioshock Infinite did explore the concept of parallel worlds, but any real gameplay functions based on it were rudimentary at best.  Lens does a much better job, it’s a great adventure with well thought out puzzles that make excellent use of it’s parallel worlds-based game mechanic.

Download the prototype, Free

Friday, 18 April 2014
Wednesday, 16 April 2014

No Posts

Hello dear followers!

I regret to say that there are situations I need to deal with right now that I am unable to make the time to post content here. It will not be long though and I plan on updating this blog again no later than next week.

For the time being, play some indie games! c;

Tuesday, 15 April 2014
 
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