Indie developer David Szymanski’s new miniature masterpiece, featuring an interesting little character study between mother and daughter.
An homage to the classic 1982 horror movie The Thing that had seen the light of day at the wrong time. Was it worth playing?
Anyone know of animation genius Don Bluth? He is the man behind some of your classic children’s animated movies such as The Secret of NIMH, An American Tail, and The Land Before Time. And of course, he has also worked on the classic arcade games Dragon’s Lair and Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp.
Well, guess what? Don Bluth and Gary Goldman are planning to make a movie adaptation based on Dragon’s Lair! But they are in need of funds and you can help them build up a budget to make this movie. Please visit their Kickstarter page if you’re interested in contributing.
Seriously consider it. We haven’t had anything from them since Titan A.E. back in the year 2000. The Don Bluth movies were some great children’s movies that still hold a place in American animation history.
A dark indie platformer with physics-based puzzles, but sadly falls short from being great. So close, yet so far.
A horror walking sim, but with 8-bit graphics! Hmm, I’m not entirely sure what is “unique” about this adventure.