After Terry Cavanagh was totally awesome and posted about us on FreeIndieGam.es (link), a handful of sites across the world have picked it up! Now you can read reviews and comments on Red Chasm in tons of places.
First of all, Edge Magazine (the ones who hosted the contest for which we created Red Chasm) has posted an article on The Best of the Rest which included Red Chasm (w00t!)
So here is a collection of the sites who link to us, each of which has reviews of our game!
- FreeIndieGam.es was the first step that got us the attention, and has a couple of reviews as well
- Small-Games.info is a Russian site, but it has a couple of good fun reviews (if google translate is to be believed)
- Our IndieDB page has a single review at the time of writing (hopefully more on the way!)
- This article on TheIndieShelter.com gives Google Translate some trouble, but overall is an interesting review (and keep reading past the intro!)
(GameTunnel does link to us, but nobody’s reviewed it there).
Overall, people are playing our game and seem to be liking it.
We couldn’t be happier.
and it’s been 31 days (close enough). You wanted information on Red Chasm?
Well, we have it.
Today is the 18th of May. One month from now, on the 18th of June, we will be releasing Red Chasm, for free, on this very site. You’ll be able to play it in-browser, or download it for MacOS or Windows.
We figured with International Indie Game day coming up (June 23rd), we should join in and make our mark!
June 18th, 2012, and you can join us with Red Chasm. Mars, here we come!
We just updated our Games page to give you more juicy details on our upcoming game, “Karst.” As we’ve explained before, it’s a 1st person physics puzzle game. What you’ve probably gleaned is that it’s set in a cave. What you may not know is our physics-y mechanic.
In simple terms, this cave is the home to a number of unusual crystals. For one, they all seem to glow. But past that, each different colour of crystal represents a different type, all of which have different powers. Take a look at the Games page to see more – but not all – of the crystals.
Now exploring alone in the dark can be oodles and oodles of fun, but we didn’t think it’d be fun enough – so let’s just say you’re not alone the whole time. Take that to mean what you will.