A downloadable bundle-zine for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Cover - Cam Adjodha
Hello and welcome to Indiepocalypse!
In its simplest terms, Indiepocalypse is just a bundle of games (common thing) packaged with a zine (also common thing) about the aforementioned games and comics, reviews and more!
Each month will feature games by 10 different developers. Each issue I hope to bring together games that explore the breadth of what our art form has to offer.
Also, and this part is very important to me and should truly be taken as given, each contributor is paid and developers are paid royalties on all future sales.
This Month's Games
1-DC (WIN/Linux) by 89o
Program a 1-digit computer with only 3 commands.
The Oeuvre (WIN/Linux) by 89o
Every time you die in this simple platformer, you unlock an accessibility feature: slower game speed, easier level design, lower gravity, etc.
However, if you manage to beat a level in under the given death count, you unlock a PERMANENT movement ability. This goes from simple coyote time to advanced Whirlwind Maneuvers and Fall Stops.
Madotsuki's Closet (WIN/MAC/Browser) by Bagenzo
two hundred fifty six (HTML) by Ardent Eliot :-) Reinhard
a transgender bitsy exploring twelve curated selfies abstracted into two-tone landscapes. the Book of Ruth transposed over webs of modern trans relationships. “do not urge me to leave you” we ask each other at the thresholds between worlds.
Video Tennis but the Computer Asks About Your Ex-Girlfriend (WIN/Browser) by Daniel Foutz
A quiet experience about playing video tennis and sharing feelings with a computer, featuring music by the wonderful Patricia Taxxon.
KHOK (WIN/MAC/Linux/Android) by SailinDuck
You hope you've found something new, a never-before-seen idea? It's definitely not. It's what has always been in you.
Short novel about space. English, French, Chinese, Russian, Belarusian – included.LinkedIn
YRKKEY'S PARADISE (WIN/MAC/Linux/Browser) by droqen
You're a raccoon trying to build a computer: What awaits you in cyberspace? Includes a beautifully* illustrated map of the game world. *beauty is subjective
SDST (WIN/MAC) by Banana Cat
SDST is a fast-paced platformer with many secrets and outfits to be found on the top-down overworld and in the levels themselves.
Bizzarioware (WIN/MAC) by Strangest.io
Bizzarioware is an ongoing collection of psychedelic, strange and lɐǝɹɹns microgames played in 15 second increments.
Nightmare (WIN/MAC) by Strangest.io
Nightmare is a dystopian FPS where you take control of a Machinangel to incinerate hordes of synthetic demons. Leverage the power of time control, nuclear fission and demonic seals to ascend to digital heaven.
POWER COUPLE. (Physical) by Marc Strocks
In this tarot-based rpg, you play the two most powerful beings on Earth. Defend the world against the greatest threats of the cosmos. Help each other through the emotional struggles of your lives.
In Every Generation (Physical) by Yonah Sienna
In Every Generation is a minimalist story-building and role-playing game/ritual that asks: what does it mean to see ourselves as if we personally fled Egypt?
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Orchestra for Dying at Sea (WIN/MAC) by Flan Falacci
"Forgotten to any man, to any time, forgotten to any god or devil, forgotten even to the Sea, for any part of you, even any scantling of your soul is you no more, but is now itself the Sea"
"Contains harsh noise during parts. This experience is not complete yet, to get updates about the project, follow me on twitter or itch"
*BONUS*Electric Zine Maker (WIN/MAC) by alienmelon
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- Indiepocalypse Radio #28May 25, 2021
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