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Sean Flint

I enjoy playing pretty much any type of game out there. My passion lies in finding the gems of the indie gaming world. When I'm not playing games, I'm programming them, at the gym, or tending to my small army of cats. Writing has always been a part of my life and I'm grateful for the opportunity to get my content out there for people to see.

Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Outland 17: Void of Liberty

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Today’s game of choice is Outland 17: Void of Liberty. Every once in a while a game comes around that tickles my love for historical fiction. Outland 17 takes place during the American Revolutionary War, although it is set far in the future. To be frank, the story is what really got me interested in having a closer look at ...

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Slow Down, Bull: Insomniac Games’ First PC Release

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Insomniac Games is a household name in the gaming circle. From Spyro the Dragon to Ratchet and Clank, to the more recent Sunset Overdrive, Insomniac have been providing us with entertaining games for over a decade. One thing that Insomniac have not managed to do as of yet is to have one of their releases come to PC (still hoping ...

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Pack Your Bags: Outward – The Adventure Life Sim

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Today is one of the rare days where there is more than one fantastic game on Steam Greenlight. While I decided to cover Wildfire for my spotlight, I wanted to be sure to give Outward – The Adventure Life Sim some attention as well. While I’m not typically a fan of these open-world survival type games, I can definitely see ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Wildfire

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Today’s spotlight shines on Wildfire, a stealth platforming game with an interesting twist. In Wildfire, you possess the power to manipulate fire, and are being pursued by swordsmen, archers, and other members of a deadly army as they fear your gift. The reason that I thought Wildfire was the best game on Greenlight today was the addition of the innovative ...

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Releases for the Week of April 12-18

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As we all know, it can be almost impossible to keep up with the newest games that are coming out. Each week, we are swamped with tons of releases ranging from indies, to the biggest blockbuster games. This releases series aims to help spread the word about the newest major releases. The release dates listed below are for North America. ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: A Light in Chorus

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Today’s standout on Greenlight is a game that caught my eye yesterday. A Light in Chorus piqued my interest while I was sifting through the Greenlight submissions for yesterday, but I was a bit unsure about my opinion on the game, so I decided to do a bit more research on it and revisit it for today’s spotlight. A Light ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Nobu: Fat Revenge!

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Today’s standout on Greenlight was Nobu: Fat Revenge!. This is a game by Binary Pig Studio, which seems to be their initial release. Binary Pig looks to be a one-man studio that uses outside assistance for the art and music assets in the game. Nobu: Fat Revenge is a side-scrolling platforming game that claims to provide a challenge reminiscent of ...

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Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Fairytales: Three Heroes

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Today’s spotlight is on Fairytales: Three Heroes. Fairytales: Three Heroes is an action-rpg developed by Cats Who Play. The game really drew me in immediately with what I consider to be a very pretty art style. While it’s definitely not the best looking game in the world, the use of color and unique character design really makes the game stand ...

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My Steam Greenlight Frustrations

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As some of you may know, I write a series where I cover Greenlight titles, and attempt to spotlight which are the most interesting. Typically, Steam Greenlight is thought of as a derelict pit filled with GameMaker projects and boxy retro platforming games. Very few of us make a daily venture into the Greenlight territory, and those that do are ...

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Top 4 Beautiful Aesthetics in Indie Games

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When it comes to developing a game, artwork can take up to 90% of the development effort. There has never been a better time for game visuals, especially what we’ve seen coming out of the indie community. This list aims to showcase four of what I consider to be the most gorgeous visual aesthetics in indie games. As anyone who ...

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