Indie Zoe: Raider of the Lost News (11 December 2014)

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I’ve been away for the past week. You might not have noticed that I wasn’t in the country because I was still posting news even while I was away – that’s right, I’m officially not as lazy as the rest of the crew. Also, I had more spare time on my trip. But here’s some cool indie news for the week.

First, my favorite news of the week. Dead Run has released on iOS! Go play it, go buy it, go enjoy. Made by local developers, it’s a bunch of frustrating fun that will get you addicted far too quickly. Just check out the launch trailer:

I will be reviewing the game soon, but it’s worth it for you to just go buy the game already.

Remember that game, Hatred? It’s all about killing all the things and the developers were completely unapologetic for it? Well, now another company is making a game that’s the complete opposite. Just check out this announcement trailer:

Papers, Please – one of my favorite games of last year is making a comeback, this time on apple devices. Nudity had to be removed for the certification process but the game will be coming to your favorite iOS device very very soon:

Instead of a prototype of the week, I’m just going to tell you to go play those other awesome iOS games if you have the required device. They’re really cool and polished and awesome. Besides, I’m sure (like me) you’re all just waiting for the Steam Holiday sale to pick up a whole bunch of cheap indie (and maybe AAA) games. What’s on your wishlist?

Last Updated: December 11, 2014

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