Dungeons 2 is currently free on the Humble Bundle store!
This game is an awesome remake of the Dungeon Keeper series, and you can even play multiplayer with 3 other friends!
I’ve just purchased the Humble Indie Bundle 3.
Grab your DRM-free copies Here !
Hopefully, time permitting, I shall be posting up some quick reviews of the games or at least some screenshots of me playing them.
Just a quick update –
I have a PXE netbooting guide coming up but it’s still in the works. Should be here soon though.
I’ll be going through the games again after the PXE, so keep an eye out for those.
The lineup so far is :
So a few different genres, should be an interesting few posts coming up soon !
Decided to go and check out World Of Goo for you all.
The aim of the game is to build a tower out of little balls of Goo to reach this little pipe that sucks up all the Goo Balls.
Installation was a breeze, downloaded the .deb file and installed via dpkg.
Clicking on the icon to start it up brought me to this screen.
Clicking through to this screen lets me select the level.
With a fancy little cursor whizzing around, I select the first level to get started.
Building up and up…
And then there’s a finish screen which I neglected to take a screenshot of as I was dancing around shouting out to the fact that I finished the first level.
And then onto the second level !
All in all another entertaining game from another great Indie developer.
Cartoony graphics make for some great dynamics with the balls flailing around while I try to build a tower that won’t topple.
I look forward to going through more levels in World Of Goo, but for now onto other games !
So I had a quick test of Shadowgrounds on a different computer and it worked perfectly.
Seems like it’s just my strange setup causing issues with Shadowgrounds.
Only got a few minutes of gameplay on Shadowgrounds before I had to get off the other computer but on first glance, the graphics look great. The first few minutes of me wandering around the start room with the flashlight was immersive, full of atmosphere on the 17″ CRT screen that I was playing on.
I was unable to gauge the feel of the game due to lack of time, but when I can get Shadowgrounds working on my main machine, I will continue this review.
At the moment I’m suspecting it’s something to do with my multiscreen setup 🙁