It does remind me of Room Rage! by my friends from Radiated Pixels, but cats. Cats!
Catlateral Damage is a first person mischievous cat simulator, where your objective is to knock as many of your loving owners belongings onto the floor within a 2 minute time limit.
It’s a fun little game, and there’s a lot of satisfaction to be had from knocking things over and making a mess (That’s probably why cats do it in the first place). The dev plans to add more levels (rooms) to destroy, but at the Alpha gives you free reign to destroy your owners bedroom for 2 mins. On your marks… get set… destroy!!
The Floor is Jelly is on Indiestatik’s 100 list for 2014 (mine wasn’t but that’s not a big surprise) and even though this screenshot is just a glitch I think I want to steal it. Ian is working on the game for two years now and I couldn’t find any release :(
What happens when you don’t clear the frame buffer. Long ribbons of leaves streaming through the sky.
Noio’s Kingdom is a surprisingly simple game, the mechanics consisting only of building and upgrading defense, hiring troops and those nightly waves of noodling trollfaces that try to destroy you. Nonetheless it has a certain something about it that easily keeps you playing for half an hour. The game’s atmosphere draws from the soft music and the slight variations in the daily sun light and moon-shine, sometimes it goes completely off-colour, intensifying the nightly urgency. This makes it one of the few games you keep making screenshots, simply because it’s so beautiful.
7dFPS happened quite a while ago and I didn’t look through all the entries, but somehow Super Hot must have slipped past everyone’s attention. A tweet by the faux Peter Molydeux fixed this.
Super Hot fixes a problem I have with FPS games, they are just too fast for me. I like my games at a reasonable speed and in Super Hot it only moves when I do move. Brilliant idea.
racing! vectors! colours! on a globe!
Follow it on IndieDB, might be released one day…
Eastward Quest has made an amazing journey and seems to come to a finish. A side-scroller hack’em’up game with all the particle effects, screen shaking and surely sounds that a fun game needs.
Just compare these two gifs from the very earliest and very latest development.
Thought I’ve played all ludum dare entries, did you? Nope, I completely missed this beautiful puzzle game More is Less by Atrax Games.
The colours you see in the puzzle are sand, liquid and other things I can’t really describe. Sometimes they react with each other. Your task is to get the stuff shifted and reach the counters on the side, so a yellow 70 means you need to get 70 sand off the screen.