As of late, I’ve discovered a special interest in free games. Not ‘free to play’, but free as in ‘created just for the sake of it’. I think such games have a different quality to them. Like a footprint. No external motivation, other than the itch to experiment, to share a thought, or for the mere fun of it. Another thing is: most of free games are rather short. You can easily enjoy them in one session, which is good for people like me. My attention span and/or time management tends to be jumpy.
There are a lot of great free games out there, and I’m just about to start digging deeper. Since I’d like to share what I find, feel free to follow this new and exclusive Carrotflix Series (with undefined frequency, plus a name that may change (since names are very important to me)).
Hope you enjoy episode 1.
Cheers, Patrick T.
Already heard about Roguelight? Good. Because the game’s really good, too. Light has been cleverly implemented in this minimalistic rogue-like. And if you happen to like arrows, you should give ROGUELIGHT a try: https://managore.itch.io/roguelight
A ‘things-change-when-you-move’ puzzle game. Slash dungeon brawler of sorts. Very minimalistic, I like that. Download ENDING at https://st33d.itch.io/ending
Is this a game? You just walk around. But it’s worth playing, since there are quite a bunch of curious moments and scenes to encounter in BERNBAND: http://gamejolt.com/games/bernband/34864