Indie Games You Aren’t Playing Week 5

Indie Games You Aren’t Playing Week 5

Now that E3 is over, and you’re pre-ordering all the awesome games set to come out later this year or the next, why don’t you check out these indie games to help pass the time until your games get released.

Towerfall Ascension (Android, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Linux, OS X, PlayStation Vita)

Developer: Matt Makes Games Inc


Shoot arrows at your friends, shoot exploding arrows at them, shoot arrows that make brambles at them, and if you run out of arrows just jump on their heads to kill them. If you’re going solo there’s single play for you. There’s also unlockable maps and unlockable characters to find in various areas.

Don’t forget to grab the Dark World Expansion to get more characters, arrows and even more chaos.

Little Inferno (Android, IOS, Linux, PC, Steam, Mac and Wii U)

Developer: Tomorrow Corporation, Experimental Gameplay (IOS release)

little inferno

Are you a pyromaniac with an itch to burn something or anything and not get yelled at for burning down your house? Check out Little Inferno; a game where you can burn all you want to your little heart’s content. You can unlock combos by burning certain items together. See if you can unlock them all.

Dangerous Golf (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Steam)

Developer: Three Fields Entertainment

Remember when you were a kid or now an angry adult that just wanted to go into some rich place and smash all the expensive stuff with a golf ball? Well thanks to Three Fields Entertainment now you can destroy priceless objects, completely trash rooms and smash windows. All of this without the need to call a lawyer when the cops arrest you for destruction of property. This game is controller only which has received a lot of negative comments about from PC gamers. The developers have posted that they will be adding keyboard and mouse support in their next patch. Until then have causing massive destruction and chaos all across the world.

When she is not trying to take over the world, Jess takes time to record video games and write articles.