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innovative and odd free game list from wired.com
« on: February 28, 2006, 09:34:10 AM »
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If you really want to see innovation, there's only one place to go: Off the grid. You have to find game designers who actively opt out of the market -- by producing indie games they give away for free online. These days, this subculture is happily thriving, fed by game-school grads and underemployed programmers who, like indie musicians, crave to break out of old boxes and want to get as huge an audience as possible.

Want proof? Here's a short -- and totally idiosyncratic -- list of some of my favorite free games, each of which innovate one thing cool and new..

http://www.wired.com...-0.html?tw=rss.index


[link from shellcity.net]


as an aside - when are we going to see some wacky mini games written by dc members??