So it is the end of the week and Sunday once more and the week has yielded yet more fantastic games from Ludum Dare which always seems to throw out so many great titles it is impossible to get through even a quarter of them.
I hope you are having a great Sunday so far but kick back and get ready to play through some truly awesome little games on this lazy day. As always clicking the title will link you to my original article where as clicking the image will take you to the game.
Stator Chronicle is a great little futuristic minimalistic game which you take control of a robot in this eerily empty wasteland. It is up to you to roam around through this randomly generated forest to obtain as many rotors as you can to unlock more of the story.
1000ms is such a manic game that forces you to try to press as many numbers on your keyboard as you are capable of doing in just 1 or 1 seconds. The game is a nightmare from the start but is quite an interesting idea that holds up quite well for its very short duration.
Space-Time Adventure is a quirky space puzzler in which you control the flow of time. Using you special power you are able to help your friends and hinder you enemies as you throw rocks around in space. The concept is nice and one that is not used enough in games, but holds up very well making for some awesome new puzzle styles.
Step Out uses a unique mechanic that allows you to step out of your body and float around for ten seconds. This allows you to move over gaps and push boulders around making for some novel puzzle concepts. Although the game itself is very short it is also a great deal of fun and one I can imagine could be extended rather well.
That about does it for this week from Indie Intermission and I hope you have enjoyed my Ludum Dare picks for this week. Although there are still so many fantastic games to cover from Ludum Dare this coming week I aim to move a little away from just Ludum Dare and mix in some more great games from across the internet.
Have a great Sunday and catch you all tomorrow.
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