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Topic # 83045 9-May-2011 21:07
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I'm looking for some good indie games to play so thought i would start a thread up.

I will start it off with Creeper world, must have played this game for almost 50 hours now - incredibly addictive and the missions are well thought out. Fairly unique concept as well.

http://knucklecracker.com/


So what are your top indie games?

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  Reply # 467318 9-May-2011 21:10
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You mentioned "creeper" and I thought Minecraft!

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  Reply # 469041 14-May-2011 12:11
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Space sims! 

Evochron -  go anywhere in space, be a trader, mercenary or just explore the universe.

Arvoch - Squad base space sim.

http://www.starwraith.com/main/go.htm




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  Reply # 469050 14-May-2011 12:56
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Wolfire Games: Overgrowth & Lugaru
http://www.wolfire.com/games

Unknown Worlds: Natural Selection & Natural Selection 2
http://www.naturalselection2.com/

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  Reply # 469053 14-May-2011 13:10
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I recently purchased the Potato sack of indie games during the hype and lead up to the Portal 2 release, and have since been addicted to Defense Grid: The Awakening.

Very cool game.

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  Reply # 469056 14-May-2011 13:33
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My favorites include:

Revenge of the Titans
Ozmosis
Trine

If your interested in good indie games at good prices you should check out the Humble Bundles when they come available. Not saying all the games are interesting or even particularly good but there always seems to be at least one stand out.  Ive bought all 3 packs now and have been very happy with each. 

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  Reply # 469060 14-May-2011 13:51
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askelon: My favorites include:

Revenge of the Titans
Ozmosis
Trine

If your interested in good indie games at good prices you should check out the Humble Bundles when they come available. Not saying all the games are interesting or even particularly good but there always seems to be at least one stand out.  Ive bought all 3 packs now and have been very happy with each. 

I agree with you fully askelon, I have also brought all 3 packs and have been thoroughly impressed, particularly with Osmosis and Trine.

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  Reply # 469072 14-May-2011 14:55
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dontpanic42: I recently purchased the Potato sack of indie games during the hype and lead up to the Portal 2 release, and have since been addicted to Defense Grid: The Awakening.

Very cool game.


I have just started playing this as well, I think Ibought it when Steam were having there Xmas sale. Highly addictive. Steam is great for indie games.

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