So lately after selling my PS3 I've been back into PC gaming, and so far I've extremely enjoyed games like Bastion, Braid and Gaucamelle. Granted I spend most of my time on PC playing Dark Souls 2; but after discovering The Swapper my appreciation for indie games has skyrocketed. That anxiety provoking loneliness, brain twisting puzzling, pretty cool storyline, and full metroidvania experience, I have to say it's the greatest indie game I've ever played.
I'm hoping someone could suggest something new and fresh to inject into that line-up, something that might wow me like the swapper, or even just ejoyable and original like Bastion. I enjoy puzzles if they're done well, but genre isn't as important as the experience. Something to break up the monotony from rage quitting Dark Souls 2 pvp often enough :).
#2HungryDogPosted 5/8/2014 4:29:47 PM
Transistor from the same studio that brought you Bastion..... --- A dog that is hungry........
#3BogePosted 5/8/2014 4:47:10 PM(edited)
Mark of the Ninja Fez Limbo --- http://penguinpetes.com/gallery/MyWalls/pigeon_chess.png
#4sonic_man00Posted 5/8/2014 5:15:18 PM
Dust:An Elysian Tail is fun.
Papo & Yo is Journey 2.0. Everything Journey should have been. --- Windows 8 - AMD Dual-Core E-3000 - 4 GB RAM - ATi Radeon HD 6310 I will change this sig when Gabe posts a picture of himself eating a Twinkie.
#5alsroboshackPosted 5/8/2014 8:23:27 PM(edited)
Kairo its like Myst meets FEZ. --- some people treat life as a game, some people treat games as life.
#6HaganPosted 5/8/2014 8:33:17 PM
have you seen Steam lately???? theres a whole page for indie crap --- XBL GT= illidan z PSN = HaganJR Steam = mhagan1986 Origin = HaganJR
#7AnimorganimatePosted 5/8/2014 8:33:20 PM
Definitely Mark of the Ninja for one of the best stealth/platforming games around; FTL for a great spaceship-based rogue-lite experience; Don't Starve for a great nature/survival romp; and obviously Mount & Blade: Warband for the best medieval RPG in town (I love throwing Warband in just to ruffle all those feathers who say it's not an indie, when it technically is). --- . . . methodical, exacting, and worst of all, patient.
#8xcvsfdPosted 5/8/2014 8:43:43 PM
Cart Life --- For a real shocker when the game retailed the disc said "Disc 1" on it. The game was so hard it killed it's own second disc. -CammyApple on Nocturne
#9arleasPosted 5/8/2014 9:04:10 PM
That's a freebie now. The guy decided he didn't want to keep updating it so he pulled it off steam and made it free.