Tag: indie

Presentable Liberty: A Trial in Waiting

Presentable Liberty is an indie horror game unlike any game you’ve played before. It has also been described as a visual novel that allows you only one chance to make a choice and that doesn’t come into play until the end of the game. You will be allowed to choose the outcome between two depressing endings; and you can get it here. Depressing game endings aren’t something new but the way the waiting in this game is presented is new. There is no instant gratification. Think about it, when was the last time you had to wait in a game?… Read the rest

Haunt the House: Cute or Highly Disturbing?

When I first played this Haunt the House, I played a short flash version. I loved it so much I bought a fuller version of the game, Haunt the House: Terrortown, on Steam for $4.99. This is a pretty short game for the most part but tons of fun. You play a cute little unhappy ghost. The objective is pretty simple, you have to scare all the people out of the house. This can be translated as scaring them out of the house or scaring them to the point they jump out the window and kill themselves. You scare the people by possessing objects and moving them around or using special options that are sometimes unique to the object you are possessing.… Read the rest