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 The Republia Times  and  Sword & Sworcery  highlight this week's Best of Indie Games

The Republia Times and Sword & Sworcery highlight this week's Best of Indie Games

April 27, 2012 | By Tim W.

April 27, 2012 | By Tim W.
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This week on "Best Of Indie Games," we take a look at some of the top independent PC Flash/downloadable titles released over this last week.

The goodies in this edition include a comical AGS project set in ancient Central Europe, increpare's slanted take on Terry Cavanagh's VVVVVV, a browser pick in which you play as the editor-in-chief for a tabloid paper, plus the much-anticipated Steam release of IGF award winner Sword & Sworcery.

Here's some recent highlights from IndieGames.com:

Game Pick: 'Sword & Sworcery' (Capybara Games, commercial indie)
"Sword & Sworcery is a gorgeous-looking iOS game that made clever usage of its platform's device orientation capabilities. It's now available on Steam for those who missed it the first time around."

Game Pick: 'MMMMMM' (Stephen Lavelle, browser)
"MMMMMM is Stephen Lavelle's slanted take on Terry Cavanagh's VVVVVV. It feels a bit more puzzle than platformer, as players move and manipulate gravity in one of eight directions to avoid spikes, traverse 3 maps worth of levels, and collect items."

Game Pick: 'UNGA needs MUMBA' (Knoodn, freeware)
"UNGA needs MUMBA is a rather comical affair set in ancient Central Europe. Here, you're going to have to maintain your dignity, please your wife, and bring mammoth meat home for dinner."

Game Pick: 'Score Rush' (Xona Games, browser)
"Previously released for the Xbox Live Indie Games platform, Score Rush offers multiple enemy waves of increasing difficulty, each of which is capped off by a tough boss fight."

Game Pick: 'The Republia Times' (Lucas Pope, browser)
"Order is slowly returning to Republia and it's your job as newly appointed editor-in-chief of The Republia Times to keep the nation's morale high and those subversive thoughts at bay."

Game Pick: '.heartbeats' (Sebastian Trelles, freeware)
"Built in Ren'Py, Sebastian Trelles' .heartbeats is a brief but interesting experience, one that earned special mention at the IDEAME++ event in Spain. It explores the lives of four seeming disconnected individuals and how certain decisions can influence life and death."


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