Indie shit worth playing

Charles Perez
Charles Perez

So, I finally decided to give indie shit a try, mostly out of curiosity, I usually ignore those because I don't like the business scheme.

I started off with Space Engineers, seemed like a nice concept, I always wanted individual scale space game and the engineering side looked interesting.
The performance isn't great, but the game is playable (at least on SP, I didn't buy the game, of course); The AI is rather dumb and repetitive on their behavior, the gunplay is stale as fuck, movement is alright. The game is clearly incomplete and -considering it's been in development for years- I really doubt it will ever deliver a proper game with some sort of progression and/or goals to strive for.

I moved to Haydee aka the THICC simulator. The game feels cheaply made, but it works alright and feels more complete than Space Engineers. With some adjustments, it could be a cellphone game.

Lastly, I also tried BeamNG. This was the most interesting one. While still far from being a game and seemingly having some performance issues, it really has some interesting technology to it. It is on a similar situation to that of Space Engineers, but with genuinely interesting and unique features. Worth giving it a try, specially if you get it to work with a wheel+pedals.

So far, I'd only suggest trying BeamNG to anyone who is really into cars. The other two aren't worth your time.
Any suggestions? Other than the well known ones like Terraria or Risk of Rain.

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Nicholas Jones
Nicholas Jones

Cave Story+
Freedom Planet
Owlboy
Shantae Risky's Revenge
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
Shovel Knight
Shovel Knight - Specter of Torment
Spelunky
Wonder Boy - The Dragon's Trap

Blake Hill
Blake Hill

Odallus
Wizorb
Mercenary Kings

Bentley Bell
Bentley Bell

If you get Cave Story + get the translation patch

Tyler Jackson
Tyler Jackson

KERO BLASTER

Luke Gomez
Luke Gomez

But you should Try Pink Heaven and Pink Hour first before playing.

Christian James
Christian James

Mercenary Kings

Thomas Reyes
Thomas Reyes

Factorio

Camden Diaz
Camden Diaz

Cave Story+
That shit is so good, I completely forgot about it. Might even play it again.

Freedom Planet
Looks like furry bait, but pretty good on the gameplay side. I'll give it a go. For anyone else interested:
igg-games.com/freedom-planet-free-download.html
According to Steam, that's the latest version

Owlboy
Looks a bit slow paced, but might give it a go someday.

Shantae Risky's Revenge
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
Both on my "pending to play" list already.

Shovel Knight
Shovel Knight - Specter of Torment
Spelunky
Good games, already played them all.

Thanks for the suggestions.

Odallus
Is that a Castelvania game? Looks really nice.

Landon Diaz
Landon Diaz

I heard Momodora was pretty good. Is it?

Leo Flores
Leo Flores

Owlboy
worth playing
Wonder Boy - The Dragon's Trap
indie

Liam Powell
Liam Powell

The Tale of ALLTYNEX
Geneforge series
Any Astro Port game
Any Zachtronics game
Risk of Rain
Devil Daggers
Underrail
Age of Decadence
Strania -The Stella Machina-
Mecha Ritz: Steel Rondo
Furi
Nex Machina
Aztez
Grimoire
Rozenkreuzstillete
eXceed 3rd
Shadow Tactics
Blue Revolver
RefRain ~prism memories~
Eschatos
Shadow of the Beast
Dungeon Rats

Camden Stewart
Camden Stewart

Off was pretty good

people recommend LISA a lot too.

Kevin Carter
Kevin Carter

Speaking of Shovel Knight, is King Knight playable yet?
Pharaoh Rebirth+ is my recommendation.
It is, but it's pretty short for a metroidvania.

Nathaniel Powell
Nathaniel Powell

Exanima

Parker Baker
Parker Baker

Odallus is pretty cash

This is what I've got to offer, they're all pretty different and some may be weird. I'd torrent before buying.

Adam Martin
Adam Martin

Guys, what's the Indie game coming to PS4. It's Japanese themed and has you fight old styled yokai, but also is a farming simulator. It's old style japan and it's beautiful

Caleb Hughes
Caleb Hughes

I also have these that looked pretty interesting when I found them, but I haven't yet tried any of them so I can't say if they're good or not

Adam Davis
Adam Davis

Orwell looks like some leftist shitshow.

Ian Ward
Ian Ward

I haven't finished it, but what I played boiled down to tracking personal info of brainwashed university students that got pushed by a professor to do terrorist attacks against the government.
Dunno if it gets leftie after that.

Nathaniel Thompson
Nathaniel Thompson

misread "The Final Station" as "The Final Solution"
I think I may have spent too much time here.

Jonathan Morgan
Jonathan Morgan

Not sure, but are you talking about Sakuna?

Butcher
REEEEEEEEEEE FUCK YOU

Jayden Powell
Jayden Powell

what's wrong with butcher

Isaac Roberts
Isaac Roberts

I hate the graphics.

David Mitchell
David Mitchell

Strategy/Base Building
RimWorld
Factorio
Rise to Ruins
Banished

Exploration/Survival
Astroneer
7 Days to Die
Subnautica

Dungeon Crawlers
Grim Dawn

Possibly not an Indie title
Offworld Trading Company

Christian Barnes
Christian Barnes

Night in the Woods

Caleb Hernandez
Caleb Hernandez

Off is a very typical RPG Maker game in terms of gameplay, storywise it's so-so. Lisa tries to not be an RPG Maker game as much as possible so the gameplay ends up being more fresh and interesting.

Austin Jones
Austin Jones

Is there a man in those woods?

Jordan Martin
Jordan Martin

I kind of want to play this to see if anons complained for nothing or if it is actually bad.
Some people that I actually usually agree with have said they really liked it so I'm not sure

Hudson Jones
Hudson Jones

Just look at some footage of the "game" and you know enough.

Owen Young
Owen Young

(crucified)
Nice half an image you got there, satan

Jason Rivera
Jason Rivera

Go back to watching lets plays pls

Eli Morgan
Eli Morgan

I don't know why that happened.

Jayden Stewart
Jayden Stewart

7 Days to Die
That's a great game. One of the few survivals that actually evolved toward being a game rather than a big sandbox.

Astroneer
Subnautica
I haven't tried those two and I was in the mood for some open world stuff.

I wanted a game with good gunplay and enemies, kind of tired of playing CoC over and over again.

Sakuna

Also coming out on PC apparently.

Andrew Sullivan
Andrew Sullivan

Subnautica is really cool and slowly but surely coming closer to its release. Sadly it still suffers from some pretty bad performance issues.

Logan Cook
Logan Cook

I will probably download it tomorrow.

Another good indie shit is Kenshi. Flawed, but clearly made by someone that likes what he does.

Jackson Reyes
Jackson Reyes

Agreed, Kenshi is hard to get into but it's worth it.

Henry Baker
Henry Baker

We'll
battle brothers is a good strategy mount&blade style game
Dark wood is a spooky game with cool design
Tokyo 42 and 2dark Ive saw some videos on jewtube but haven't tried it myself seems cool
Project zomboid is the apex of zombie survival game, they should aim to always be this autistic pity the dev if a fraud

Jonathan Richardson
Jonathan Richardson

Does Rabi Ribi qualify as an indie game? If so, get that.

Pirate game
Seems acceptable initially
2 of the three friends of the main character are awful
Main character drags her good friend to the mall steal shit and act like an idiot
Friend wants nothing to do with that shit, but the player needs to go through with it anyway
Go home with no consequences
She managed to be almost as bad as Chloe from Life is Shit in far less time, that's pretty impressive.

Ryan Wilson
Ryan Wilson

Also coming out on PC apparently.
It was always primarily for PC, just the usual PR shit from sony to make it seem like it's exclusive or some stupid shit.

Speaking of, Fairy Bloom Freesia by the same dev is also a very neat game.

Daniel Campbell
Daniel Campbell

That doesn't sound bad.
We all had that one friend that did stupid shit and dragged you to do it too.

Ryder Campbell
Ryder Campbell

hoshime

Christian Anderson
Christian Anderson

every time this shit game gets mentioned I feel physical uncomfort, no other indie game has done that to me, and no other indie game has disappointed me as much as NITW does. Hell, I'd go as far to say no game has disappointed me as much as NITW has.

Lincoln Watson
Lincoln Watson

mercenary kings
metal slug inspired visuals that are pretty good
horribly monhon inspired gameplay that is a waste of time

Andrew Cook
Andrew Cook

love this game so fucking much. worth the price even in it's completely unfinished state

Logan Fisher
Logan Fisher

look for download
pic related
what the fuck

Hunter Watson
Hunter Watson

Translator being a fagget

Ryder Cox
Ryder Cox

saytenn is some SJW who runs wikis for a lot of rpgmaker games, I'm pretty sure his patch doesn't actually do anything but appeal to his agenda.
he's also an ex anti-sjw but he was just as annoying then apparently

John Cooper
John Cooper

Cat Quest is surprisingly not shit.

Ian Myers
Ian Myers

If you have a sturdy computer and a minimum of 8GB of RAM there's Kenshi, it's still in early access but shows promise so try before you buy, leaks memory so don't play it for too long.
If you're into platforming, some dodging, and mixing and matching effects for your attacks there's Magicmaker
Alien or Zombie Shooter, preferably Alien Shooter.
Darkwood
Keeping an eye on Outbreak: The New Nightmare, most recent early access garbage and made by devs trying to recapture the feelings of Resident Evil Outbreak and the classic survival horror genre.
Those are about the only indie games that are worth a damn for me.

Aiden Long
Aiden Long

Cat Quest is surprisingly not shit.
Don't… don't kid yourself. I finished the thing in a couple days, and I have so many complaints about it that can't be justified by "it's a game for kids".
Every single dungeon in the game is a dungeon that you eventually explore in a side quest, so there's no point in exploring for yourself
The equipment leveling system, where you upgrade equipment by finding another piece of the same thing, and stat debuffs grow larger with levels
The boring soundtrack that never goes anywhere and doesn't try anything remotely new or interesting
The waypointer arrow in the overworld that always points to your destination and never goes away, even when there's a literal red dotted line showing which way to go
A healing spell that doesn't scale up with health and damage levels without exorbitant money fees, and that costs 50-100% of your max MP
The only spells worth a damn are the ice spell for reducing attack speed and the fire spell for added burn damage and the defense debuff
The main story quest ends with the villain sacrificing himself to summon his dark master, and that's it, that's the end of the story, now go explore and finish whatever side quests you haven't done yet and we'll never address that the ultimate evil is free on the land

Hunter Turner
Hunter Turner

Everspace, roguelite space dogfight. it even has VR

Elijah Adams
Elijah Adams

I'll repost my OC and say Tiny and Big is pretty good for a couple hours' fun. Anything by Locomalito or Daniel Remar is also worth playing,

Adrian Taylor
Adrian Taylor

It is very fun, but it pisses me off that with just a little more polish it could've been a classic. It's just janky enough not to make it

Hunter Nelson
Hunter Nelson

It's the perfect leftie subversion simulator, just don't tag the right-wingers :^)

Aaron Martinez
Aaron Martinez

Also gonna bring up Enter The Gungeon, it's roguelike shit but I think for the most part it strikes a good balance between the value of health and damage output.

Jack Torres
Jack Torres

Coupla games that haven't been mentioned yet. Keep in mind some of these are games that I like personally, and as such they might not actually be that good, just ones that I like for some unfathomable reason - know what, I'll just list those off first right now.
<Heart&Slash
<Giga Wrecker
<Evoland
<Metal Dead
<Rocketbirds
<Citizens of Earth only play the PC version
<Megabyte Punch
<Escape Goat
<EatWell
<Blackbay Asylum
<Saturday Morning RPG
<Creepy Castle

Alright, now we can move on to the actually good games.
Crawl
Broforce
Retro City Rampage
Super House of Dead Ninjas
One Finger Death Punch
Marlow Briggs
The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile
Noitu Love 2
Ori and the Blind Forest
The Fall
Charlie Murder
Slain: Back from Hell
LASTFIGHT
Ghost 1.0
ICEY
Bleed
Full Bore
Assault Android Cactus
D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die

Matthew Murphy
Matthew Murphy

Indie shit worth playing
Nothing

Wonder Boy
indie

Dubs thread

Brayden Davis
Brayden Davis

You're so fucking harsh on a small indie game holy shit man.
I aint saying you're wrong, except I like music, but do you even enjoy video games in general?

Luis Garcia
Luis Garcia

charlie murder
my fucking nigga

Caleb Morris
Caleb Morris

The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile
Charlie Murder
no S&S
You're a nigger.

Joseph Baker
Joseph Baker

La Mulana
Environmental Station Alpha
Pharaoh Rebirth
Elliot Quest
Finding Teddy 2
Hollow Knight

Brandon Taylor
Brandon Taylor

Dont actually buy it, but crypt of the necrodancer is really good.

Ayden Cox
Ayden Cox

I really liked You Have to Win the Game and it's sequel, Super Win the Game.

Oliver Roberts
Oliver Roberts

Rabi Ribi is trash. kys

Mason Kelly
Mason Kelly

Dead Cells hasn't been mentioned yet, though it being in Early Access (and rightfully so) can be off putting to people.
Best fitting labels would be roguelite metroidvania. Since it's a roguelite I find it being in EA isn't as bad as it could be for other games and the content that is currently in it feels really polished. I've beaten the last boss a few times and had some fun, now I'm holding off on playing until it has a decent chunk of new content added.
At least worthy of pirating if you don't want to support EA stuff.

Jeremiah Turner
Jeremiah Turner

Dust: an elysian tail

Charles Myers
Charles Myers

stay salty

Christian Diaz
Christian Diaz

Factorio
Seconding this, but you need at least some degree of autism to properly enjoy it.
I've played almost 500 hours of it.

Landon Richardson
Landon Richardson

Doom.

Nathan Allen
Nathan Allen

13266274
Seconding Flight of the Sages. I also really liked the music.

Ayden Johnson
Ayden Johnson

some indie 2D puzzle games:
-Toki Tori 2 (do not be put off by its childish atmosphere, this is real nigga shit)
-Full Bore
my nigga
-Snakebird>13264731

Christian Wood
Christian Wood

Shit, I totally did forget Salt & Sanctuary. I think it's because I can get into the immediate "rush in and combo fools into the ground" type games more than the methodical strategic souls-like combat. Still a cool game though.

I've got my whole list of better indie games right above you. And you know what? I forgot to mention Cat Quest's side mission to summon the hero of the studio's phone game, who goes "download our phone game" and then leaves.

That's the crux of the problem, see. The studio makes phone games. Cat Quest is a phone game with a PC port.

Jose Cook
Jose Cook

no one recommending Downwell
Yes it's a rougelite, but it's one of the few that's tolerable. Looks like pixelshit, but has incredibly pure and well-realized gameplay. Great for 30 minute bursts

Joseph Gonzalez
Joseph Gonzalez

Speaking of indies, darkwood seems to have finally come out. Is it good? im downloading it right now

Isaac Thompson
Isaac Thompson

Prison Architect is finally maturing, has some deepness to how and what you want to make via programs and intelligence. You can be an absolute dirty handed cunt or attempt to be a proper correctional facility. You can even use temperature to push the screws if you set your parameters for that. It's really shaped up more than I thought it would.

Nicholas Lewis
Nicholas Lewis

I got it for free and never touched it

Dylan Mitchell
Dylan Mitchell

I know how that is. I finally looked at it again and it's pretty close to what I hoped it would end up being. I missed if they cucked out like everyone but they used to and still make video games. The horrible part of it is some of the kikestarter prisoner bios. I'm not sure if there's a mod to remove that LOLEXD shit or not. I hope so. I keep meaning to check.

Eli Ramirez
Eli Ramirez

If you want some comfy, try out Salt. It's basically an open world ocean game with islands to explore. The art of it is inspired by Zelda's Wind Waker which is okay, I guess. The combat is tricky, the dodging in particular, but once your timing is down then you don't need to block which is gew.

Don't expect too much hand holding on where to go for stories, you have to figure that out on your own with a compass, sextant and map; no queer quest markers.

Me? I enjoy filling out my map with every location in this game and the fishing and treasure hunting is enjoyable. Super comfy.

Multiplayer has yet to be implemented, despite the typical teasing jewery of the devs. It's not dead, at least. They do update.

Other than Subnautica, it's the only game that can get me to play for hours. Everything else in this day of age is just too shallow and boring.

Leo Bailey
Leo Bailey

Slightly OT but they're both indie and one of 'em's worth playing:
Project Zomboid
2013 EA
graphically simple, slightly complex mechanically
just a handful of people on team
languishes for years, even now their much-hyped player/zombie animation update (which in any other game would be a pleasant but fairly minor update, given it's just two low-res models) has been promised for nearly two years and still isn't done
Rimworld
2013 EA
graphically simple, moderately to heavily complex mechanically
just a handful of people on team
large updates introducing entire new major systems, overhauls on existing ones and hundreds of fixes/balances/minor additions every few months since launch
What made the difference?

Tyler Cox
Tyler Cox

People

Jack Adams
Jack Adams

Just recently the devs hired on some new staff to tackle the performance issues. Now that they're on Xbox 1, they really need optimize for sure.

Kayden Evans
Kayden Evans

Space/Medieval Engineers (pick your flavor)
Risk of Rain
Terraria
Starbound is actually pretty decent nowadays, it's come a LONG way
Euro/American Truck Simulator

Jack Williams
Jack Williams

It reminds me of an old Newgrounds game.

Lincoln Barnes
Lincoln Barnes

ETS2/ATS
Playing ETS2 right now, took a shortcut by going on the incoming lane and drove 130kms on the side of the road while blasting finnish music.
Don't ever buy those games, they're good but the developers are yids.

Daniel Anderson
Daniel Anderson

I bought a racing wheel and pedal combo just for those kinds of games, makes them so comfy to play with your favorite soundtrack blasting away in the speakers.

Nicholas Cooper
Nicholas Cooper

Single player:

Trine 1 and 2 (but not 3)
Apotheon
Magicka (1 and only magicka 1)
Dark messiah

Multiplayer:

Natural selection 2
Skullgirls
Red orchestra 2

Adrian Murphy
Adrian Murphy

Been having my eye on a game called Heat Signature. It's not in early access but the devs give copies of the game to people for them to test it out. Basically it's a game where you go bounty hunting with a small ship and board big ships and deal with enemies in a Hotline Miami fashion while also being able to take control of the ship's systems.

Jose Sullivan
Jose Sullivan

Basically it's a game where you go bounty hunting with a small ship and board big ships and deal with enemies in a Hotline Miami fashion while also being able to take control of the ship's systems.
Sounds neat, but is it 2D or 3D?

Asher Martinez
Asher Martinez

but not 3
Isn't that the 3D one? I hadn't played it, how come?

Aiden Torres
Aiden Torres

Here's one for you… Trine 3 is 75% off for the 3-pack. Because of this, it's cheaper to buy Trine 3 in a 3-pack than it is to buy it as a single copy. Do developers not think about these fucking things?

Levi Edwards
Levi Edwards

It would be 2D

Ian Bell
Ian Bell

It would be 2D
Ah, not interested then.

Jaxson Foster
Jaxson Foster

I got the first two trines for free, so I don't think they even care and just want to give away the first two trines.

Liam Brooks
Liam Brooks

Probably because it's based on a series of Newgrounds flash games.

Nathaniel Brown
Nathaniel Brown

Beautiful Aesthetics with sub par gameplay.

Adam Parker
Adam Parker

Spelunky
Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
Prison Architect
Factorio
Rimworld
Don't buy into early access though, pirate the last two ones to try them and wait for release.

Anthony Peterson
Anthony Peterson

I second medieval engineers. Unfortunately with over 700 hours in space engineers (put in at it's early days) I cannot recommend it, due to the direction the development team has taken.

However, medieval is pretty great.
Still no competent AI though.

Pics related are of a half finished town I've been neglecting to work on. Moar?

Elijah Evans
Elijah Evans

Yes, moar.

Noah Kelly
Noah Kelly

the Momodora series
Cave Story+
its OK, just play the original for free
Shantae Risky's Revenge
unfinished game
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
Great game
Shovel Knight
Duck Tales (NES) is better. But if you like Duck Tales then SK is worth a go.
Spelunky
the original free version is the best version tbh, The HD version has no soul. But a fun game
Wonder Boy - The Dragon's Trap
just play the original on emulator for free
Wizorb is good
Freedom Planet
its not really that good. Sonic 4 was better honestly. But Fur fags sure love to shill for it.
^all shit
You Have to Win the Game was fun but I didn't like the sequel.

Matthew Roberts
Matthew Roberts

moar
I just want space engineer's survival mode to be not-shit. When they get that right is when the game will go from shit to broken gem ala a slav a game.

Aiden Phillips
Aiden Phillips

Yeah. I want NPC's and AI, and their stations to give a life to the game. Missions to undertake now that i've built the ship I want, etc. Like the station in the first story mission, but with things to do in it.

Cooper Walker
Cooper Walker

freedom planet
not really that good
I think freedom planet is what the 2d sonic games would have evolved into if they kept being popular.
I think it's way better gameplay wise than sonic games.

Camden Perez
Camden Perez

RO2
Stop being a faggot with brain problems. Original recipe RO will always be superior, it's just not populated. Settling for RO2 is not an excuse.

Kayden Brooks
Kayden Brooks

So I actually went to the Play NYC event yesterday, big showing of different indie games. And some of them we even pretty good. Most of them were just meh. Some of the ones I liked were
Linelight
<Puzzle game where you move a square of light along a path, sometimes the path branches, there are gates you need to move through that make the path change and red enemies on the path you need to avoid, I'm not doing it justice but it looked cool
Vidar
<RPG Maker-looking piece of adventure game about helping a village survive a cold winter and a scary monster, every in-game day a random villager dies so you need to improvise
Depths of Sanity
<Underwater metroidvania much like Aquaria or Song of the Deep, you control a submarine around and shoot giant fish
<Also I think one of the cards I picked up had a free steam code for their other game
Slime-san
<It's Super Meat Boy. That's literally it.
Killer Queen
<An arcade exclusive 5 on 5 multiplayer thing they take to all these indie conventions, it's fun but it'll never get a home release
Superluminauts
Multiplayer space shooter where the missiles you shoot leave Tron trails that your opponents can crash into
Antipole DX
<Fast Mega Man type run & gun game where you have a field you can trigger that reverses gravity, looks like it's Nintendo eShop exclusive for now
Dirtbags MotorClub
<A pretty decent top-down kart racing game with vehicle customizing options
Next Up Hero
<Online hacky slashy game with daily maps where every time a player dies they leave behind a corpse that another player can resurrect Nier Automata style
Membrane
<A product from an NYU student about a bird-headed guy who moves through maps by spitting out blocks that stick together to make bridges and walls
Super Slime Arena
<Out and away my favorite game of the event - a multiplayer arena fighter with 30+ slime characters, each with one unique attack and one hit point, every time you die you respawn as a new random slime, local and online multiplayer for up to 50 people

Joseph Ramirez
Joseph Ramirez

Should've met up with (((Mark)))

:^)

Aiden Thompson
Aiden Thompson

Rule the Waves.

Joshua Jones
Joshua Jones

So instead of playing relatively unknown games you play some shitty mainstream popular games. Played by shit like totalbiscuit. What you're doing is the equivalent of someone saying. "I wanted to give triple A games a try and only played skyrim call of duty and spec ops the line".

Oliver Parker
Oliver Parker

Man, if I knew he was going there I would have brought a cake.

Brandon Turner
Brandon Turner

While I wait for this to re-download, do you think you could go into a little more depth regarding it? Last time I played I spent hours planning out my prison and watching videos, only to find that the game was shallower than a kiddie pool, gangs never did anything and had no functionality, there wasn't a temperature function period, the chances of a fight breaking out was essentially a dice roll, and you'd have to deliberately lock 200 prisoners in a single cell for months until one started getting a little annoyed. Also a gorrilion other little bugs like metal detectors being offset and only working half the time. Any of that been fixed?

Evan Mitchell
Evan Mitchell

CrossCode
Monaco
Butcher
Crimsonland
Neon Chrome
Nuclear Throne
Spelunky
Noct
Mother Russia Bleeds
Party Hard
Okhlos
Papers, Please
Teleglitch
Ziggurat

Isaiah Thompson
Isaiah Thompson

Banished.

released as full game on day 1
It's really good
dev patches it to fix shit
gives out modding tools
vanishes to work on next project

Brandon Phillips
Brandon Phillips

heres a free PC exclusive that uses just the mouse. great music, really challenging levels and great mechanics. There's 3 games, 2 platformers and 1 RPG.

They're short, simple, sweet and fun.
superhookgirl.noob.jp/download

Henry Lee
Henry Lee

I'm guessing you already got it downloaded.
gangs
Shit, I forgot to enable that. The random events option doesn't seem to have thrown anything at me yet. I've still been running into a few bugs, stuff like workers stopping responding. Odd one happened when a new arrival up and killed a worker and somehow the doctor got stuck carrying the body around, was kind of funny since it looked like they were in shock. Not so funny because firing and hiring a new one is a bit costly and seems the only way out of that situation. It's definitely still not perfect but the bullshit seems more rare now.

Cooper Perry
Cooper Perry

Caves of Qud
Polished roguelike with strange world. Good character building. Neat tiles. Also optional save-load mechanic. Dev releases updates almost every week. Seriously worth checking out.

Brayden Thompson
Brayden Thompson

Legend of Grimrock. The second one in particular is very good. Legend of Dark Witch are Megaman-ish side scrollers with something as rare as competent pixel art in the modern age. They get fairly challenging by the time you have to go through the mandatory boss rushes near the ending. I thought they were 3DS only but it turns out they're on PC too.

Dominic Wright
Dominic Wright

While I would also recommend Banished, the vanilla game is sorely lacking in depth. Luckily for PC master race, there's mods.
Colonial Charter for all your content needs. Really, that shit makes it a hundred times better.

Asher Perry
Asher Perry

Duck Tales (NES) is better. But if you like Duck Tales then SK is worth a go.
I respectfully disagree. Duck Tales is great in many senses: you can still remember its five levels and its music and bouncing everywhere, but the endgame was lame. Shovel Knight's endgame is awesome.
Also, Duck Tales is only of the games SK copies. SK has a lot of CastleVania III on it plus a variety of items that are more 16-bit like.

Juan Gray
Juan Gray

I really, really hate the inconsistent graphics Shovel Knight has.
On one hand you have barely animated 16 bit bug enemies and in the same level not 30 seconds later you meet Griffons who look like something out of a psx sprite game in animation, design and color.

Aiden Young
Aiden Young

The Swapper is a pretty alright puzzle game that has a soundtrack that ranges from ok to really nice piano piece. Going on to old shit there's Survival Crisis Z, which was made by the Charlie Murder guys I think, and the original I Wanna Be The Guy, which compared to the modern shit that it inspired it's actually pretty tame. Duck Game, a fun with friends one, which was supposed to come out with a new update and for ps4 today, got pushed back and limited to the UK store for now respectively, probably because the creator is both Canadian and Super Gay.
Also play Tyrian 2000 right now it's fuckin free

Blake Myers
Blake Myers

BallisticNG is REALLY good if you like playing Wipeout. Hell, you could call it Wipeout 4 from how well made it is.

William Ramirez
William Ramirez

I've only had it for like half a year

Also your red/green assembler ratio is unbalanced

Easton Long
Easton Long

Download the game
can't run it because i have a 32-bit toaster

Feels bad.

Jose Williams
Jose Williams

Stories: The Path of Destinies
You are a liar and a pleb. I bought that game and it is among the worst $12 purchases I have ever made.
Headlander
Boy, I sure do love keycard "puzzles" and constant button prompt tutorials.

Ryan Green
Ryan Green

Update: Duck Game finally came out stateside and I think I'm one of the only five people playing it on PS4 launch day.

Camden Ortiz
Camden Ortiz

So since I backed the Shantae kickstarter, I got early beta access to the new side story DLC where you play as Risky Boots. And I know it's DLC, I get how some people think the new game wasn't as good, but I have to say: Risky Boots mode is so fucking comfy.
It's the grappling hook that does it for me, I think. It's the simplest excuse for a grappling hook - it shoots straight upward, hooks you to the ceiling, then it lets you move back and forth along the ceiling - but it feels super organic, and it works perfectly with the level geometry.
You know how vanilla HGH had a bunch of skills that barely got used at all? The spider dance was used maybe three times, and one of those times was to get a spider-related achievement. It didn't do anything that couldn't be done better by the bat or harpy. And the bat had a special ability that was only necessary in one room in the entire game.
But without the unlimited flight powers Shantae has, you really need to be strategic with your limited skills. And it's really easy to get that great fucking grappling hook feeling after a while.

Hudson Flores
Hudson Flores

Ah shit, you know what game I almost forgot to mention? Deadly Tower of Monsters.

Honestly, just about any of ACE Team's games count, but I do like Deadly Tower of Monsters.

Christopher Fisher
Christopher Fisher

I have enjoyed the EA for Book of Demons Like the art style and the gameplay is good for what the game is

Aaron Bennett
Aaron Bennett

Is indie a meme word now or does it still mean independent developer.

Ryan Allen
Ryan Allen

i really want to play crawl but i have no friends irl

John Roberts
John Roberts

gangs still do nothing, weather & temperature is completely ignorable, and the game itself is still a 'draw lines and then wait for some more money' sandbox. granted, now you have to treat high-sec prisoners much better to prevent riots, and fights seem to be less RNG and more focused on actual preventable mechanics. also, it seems they've fixed the bugs with off-center metal detectors, tables, lockers, etc. the new 'staff needs' system is neat, adds another layer of complexity, but again is negligible if you have the very basics. the game still lacks anything to make it more fun than an autistic pattern-maker to play for a couple hours.

Henry Cooper
Henry Cooper

of current year EA games that are worth at least a pirate so far I played
Dead Cells
despite the cancerous advertisement, the core gameplay is extremely solid
Oxygen Not Included
its a vertical 2d base builder revolving around colonist needs and life support
All Walls Must Fall
grid movement, social stealth and time-travel based puzzles

didnt record any webbums of the other games

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers

forgot to mention Get Even, its a mix of stealth shootan and walking sim

Easton Reed
Easton Reed

Hyper Light Drifter

legend of Zelda esque action adventurer.
semi open world, very challenging and rewarding.
amazing combat system
one of the most gorgeous looking games I've ever seen.
chilling and peaceful music
the aesthetics give you a "Fez" feel.
<lacking story, told only through pictures, cutscenes and secret encrypted messages

Iji

made by Daniel Remar (seriously, every single one of his games is a must-play)
easily the best game ever made period.
did the whole "actions have consequences", "kill count affects story/ending", etc. better and before Undertale.
amazing soundtrack
free
high replay value
extremely polished
deep and well-written story
clever level design
<may perform poorly, because it was made in an old version of Game Maker
<laughable graphics (the animations are smooth, at least)

Aaron Hernandez
Aaron Hernandez

hyper light drifter is visually really something else but the combat is just ABSOLUTE FUCKING DOGSHIT which makes the whole deal even more sour than it already is
its also capped at 30 FPS for no reason whatsoever

Christopher Cruz
Christopher Cruz

Throwing in my recommendations for Cave Story and Iji.

Wyatt Allen
Wyatt Allen

I loved Iji, most certainly the best indie game I've ever played.
The only thing that disappointed me is that while the game's story takes a lot into account, it doesn't take into account who you kill.
I thought it'd be interesting to try a playthrough where I only killed Tasen (since they had no problem with genociding the humans) and none of the Komato, but the game just treated me like a regular old killer.
I heard it got a big update recently, I wonder if this has been addressed?

Gabriel Moore
Gabriel Moore

It added a lot of shit like non-lethal modes for every weapon, a new ending, some non-lethal ways of dispatching bosses, and some changes to the story and consequences. Replay it if you haven't already.

Samuel White
Samuel White

Cosmic star heroine.

Its pretty niche so don't buy it for your videogame Facebook friends.

Eli Collins
Eli Collins

Does it play like chrono trigger well enough? I was thinking about getting it

Xavier Gray
Xavier Gray

Deadcells
EA
care to explain ?

Grayson Cook
Grayson Cook

early access nigga

Jace Edwards
Jace Edwards

Alright these acronyms are just GOOH. There's Early Access, Electronic Arts, Epoxy Adhesive, and a whole bunch of other shit EA can stand for. AFAIK you're just doing a BEG. Either way, let's get BOT. I'm bringing up TSSS, a really old platformer/action game. It's not that bad but it'll make you CYA quite a few times.

Adrian Diaz
Adrian Diaz

he managed to exist in the current year of our lord plus two without learning what EA means in the context of indie games
in a thread where the OP picture says "What is Early Access?"
are you completely sure its me being retarded here?

David Thompson
David Thompson

I heard there was also a quest about the neighboring "Dog Kingdom" that ended in the game straight up telling you "Hey if we make enough money you'll get a dog Kingdom DLC". And apparently some quest that the "reward" is directing you to download the studios' phone game.

Grayson Nguyen
Grayson Nguyen

What are the best platformers? Metroidvania's are fine too.

Tyler Green
Tyler Green

Vagante is pretty good, similar to Spelunky but with archetypal fantasy warrior, mage, rogue classes.

Grayson Gray
Grayson Gray

Spelunky
Underrail

Carson Rivera
Carson Rivera

yea but i didn t read op in a while now, i am just checking new comments here.
but fair enouth

Isaac Wilson
Isaac Wilson

WORLD
OF
GOO

It is one of the first breakout indie games and remains one of the best.

Austin Robinson
Austin Robinson

the lore finally expands
trine's identity is revealed
villain from the first game is back
dwarven lore teased
it then ends in a cliffhanger because fuck you

it would be like leaving trine 2 discontinued around the time you defeat the dragon and meet rosabel

Ryan Hughes
Ryan Hughes

Both of those things are 100% true.

Robert Stewart
Robert Stewart

Ring Runner
I can't believe this shit costs 5 bux.

Sebastian Wright
Sebastian Wright

that fun puzzle mechanic
that dystopian world
that fucking haunting as hell soundtrack
jesus, that game was something else.

Nathaniel Harris
Nathaniel Harris

Lovely Planet.

Excellent challenge-FPS based on overcoming obstacles and accurately hitting various targets while moving. Stages don't take more than a minute to complete but they can take dozens of tries to complete and hundreds of tries to master.

Ayden Cook
Ayden Cook

tfw got this far only to be cucked by 3 ribbons and extras/features
got every single ribbon in all 10 sectors
I JUST WANTED THE DAMN NULL DRIVER

Jace Martinez
Jace Martinez

Meant to reply to

Robert Hernandez
Robert Hernandez

Too bad, now you need to play tiny and big. That game is fun as fuck

Juan James
Juan James

I'll see if I can nab enough steam shekels in time.

Connor Carter
Connor Carter

igg-games.com/tiny-and-big-grandpas-leftovers-free-download.html
Also appearently Sky Rogue is finally out of EA. Has anyone played it, is it any good?

Hunter Bailey
Hunter Bailey

Thanks doc

Ian Stewart
Ian Stewart

If it's any consolation, they unfucked the game a while back and now there's a 60 FPS option. Sucks that it took them so long, but still.

Thomas Thomas
Thomas Thomas

Sky Rogue is pretty good. But I have to admit, I haven't gotten that far. Mostly because I get lazy and undergo unplanned lithobraking.

Oh, and the mods are fun. See pics.

Nicholas Phillips
Nicholas Phillips

Oh, I forgot this one.

Owen Williams
Owen Williams

Ive been enjoying Age of Decadence lately. It's a CRPG that is possible to get through without killing anyone.

Elijah Perez
Elijah Perez

devs went on to create hardcore commie propaganda
They were the beginning and the end.

Dominic Hall
Dominic Hall

Every game not made by Ubisoft, EA, Activision, Rockstar, Bethesda, Bioware, Capcom, Squenix, Sega or Nintendo is indie now

Nathan Hughes
Nathan Hughes

Shadow Tactics is good as hell

Jaxon Jenkins
Jaxon Jenkins

Mad Games Tycoon isn't bad.