Tier changes & indie report 2! Dino run 2, Interstellaria, Bloom:Memories & Stasis
First of all, you may noticed that the quantity of some tiers has changed. We decreased the physical tiers significantly so if you want one, don't miss it!
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And going into game matters here it is our second Indie report, starring wonderful games that attracts our attention and currently have Kickstarter campaigns on the run, so let's check out this new list:
Maybe lot of you knew about the previous Dino Run game, a fantastic race platformer created by the crazy guys of Pixeljam. This sequel of the prehistoric runner looks rad and adds lots of new stuff and fascinating customization options. Different levels every time you play, dinosaur selection, colorful and well designed environments... Just shut up and take my money!
BTW, they're including a funny hat of Paradise Lost in their indie collection. Can you find Subject W?
We've been following Jonathan P. King's work since the beginning on the TIGS forums and we are more than happy to see his project becoming a reality. On this awesome retro looking game you command a crew of space explorers that travels through a vast galaxy with endless possibilities: manage the equipment and ship, trade, combat on dangerous planets and discover multiple alien cultures are some of the things you can do in Interstellaria.
A pixel sandbox never looked this well.
We love action RPGs and Bloom makes no exception. One of the things that we like and share with this project is the fact that you can play the entire game without harming anyone, just use your skills to sneak in the different situations and enjoy its artistic & beautiful graphics. Gorgeous backgrounds and an exhaustive attention to details mixed with a fantastic story makes this a winner.
Fans of point and click adventures, you are in luck. Stasis presents itself as a Sci-fi isometric horror game that offers a dark & gritty experience with a deep story and puzzle mechanics, all set on a desolate spacecraft in the distant future. The detail of in the backgrounds it's just stunning and the list of rewards on their Kickstarter page looks extremely appealing... you'll have to check it out.
And that's all! We are entering the last week, aren't you excited??