Indie Wednesdays: The Stanley Parable

Indie Wednesdays: The Stanley Parable

Enter Stanley. The protagonist in The Stanley Parable, well, presumed protagonist. This is a meta game, there can be no doubts about that. However, the rest is speculation. Stanley is worker number 427, which alone sparks questions. 4-2-7. Could this be a reference to Adam Douglas number 42, representing the meaning of life? Or maybe a comment on the modern working force, being online and in some ways working 24/7. Welcome, to this weeks indie blog post on The Stanley Parable.

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Indie Wednesdays: To The Moon – Just how Trustworthy is our Memory?

Indie Wednesdays: To The Moon – Just how Trustworthy is our Memory?

Rarely has a film made me cry, or a book for that matter of fact. However, the game To The Moon by Freebird Games came mighty close to achieving this feat!

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Indie Wednesdays: Plan Be – Voice Recognition Stealth Game

Indie Wednesdays: Plan Be – Voice Recognition Stealth Game

Plan Be was an interesting experience. The game had a few good game-play ideas that could have potentially made the experienced story more engaging – sadly the game just couldn’t quite deliver.

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Indie Wednesdays: Antenna – A robot’s loneliness

Indie Wednesdays: Antenna – A robot’s loneliness

This is going to be my first post in a new experiment. That is, I will attempt to post about a new Indie game every Wednesday for the next month to see how it goes. And I hope you will join me along the way.

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