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I Can Figure This Out

Naya's Quest is the new game from Terry Cavanagh. It looks like a simple isometric-view platformer but every level (once the game proper starts) is essentially an optical illusion. It will do your head in. In the best possible way. [more inside]
posted by motty on Sep 23, 2013 - 17 comments

 

Left. Right. Leeeeft. Left, Right. Right. Right. Left. COME ON!

A minute is a long flippin' time. Fill it like you care. One of the most minimalistic games to be released last year, Super Hexagon has been praised by many as being hypnotic, addictive, briiliantly designed, and devilishly challenging. It's a game that, like Tetris, delivers pleasure with each inevitable failure, and is simply about reaching escape velocity from your own feeble reflexes. The game has a reputation for turning one's appreciation and apprehension of its challenges into intense addiction, constant improvement, and fervent devotion. [more inside]
posted by mysticreferee on Jun 14, 2013 - 42 comments

Hexagon

Flash Friday Fun: Hexagon
posted by indubitable on Sep 21, 2012 - 87 comments

"You play Eimear, an innocent little girl with reprehensible parents."

Oíche Mhaith (Good Night) is a game by IGF Festival Finalists Stephen (increpare) Lavelle and Terry Cavanaugh about families, bereavement and resurrection. With some potentially NSFW language and content, the game represents a collaboration between two well-known players in the field of micro and art games. Lavelle has more than 100 games on his website. Cavanagh is less prolific, although he has just released the first of five planned "small games", ChatChat, a simple graphical MUD/chatroom in which the players are all cats (previously). [more inside]
posted by running order squabble fest on Feb 6, 2012 - 15 comments

it’s hard to see much of anything through the colour

Indie game visionary Terry Cavanagh (Prev., Prev.) has freely released his cooperative puzzle game At A Distance. Unlike most multiplayer FP games, here two player sit side-by-side, lost in a world of color and aid one another to solve the puzzle.
posted by griphus on Dec 8, 2011 - 5 comments

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