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  1. Steam Greenlight

    hooray! I voted your game up a while ago. Hope it gets Greenlit soon! what if you interpret it as "this looks so cool that even if it weren't being made available for free I would pay money for it"? I think it's still definitely preferable to the ambiguous "thumbs up / thumbs down" wording they had before.
  2. Spaceteam

    it's more like the board game Space Alert (which is also kinda like a multiplayer FTL), or a game of the typical Star Trek scene where everyone is shouting techno-babble at each other while control panels explode. Go get it! It's free! And then convince some other people to get it too so you can play it!
  3. Spaceteam

    I have been enjoying this immensely. So far I've gotten to mission 10 with a team of 2 or 3, and mission 8 with a team of 4. In smaller teams we tend to fall into a natural rhythm of taking turns shouting out orders, but in teams of 4 we just all shout constantly and nobody hears anything. It's glorious.
  4. New people: Read this, say hi.

    Hello there! I am a new person. I came here specifically to post about my company's new game in the "fresh indie games" thread, but then I noticed the neat header image (is that David Hellman's work?) and then poked around at some of the threads, and decided that this might be a nice place to hang out! I spend most of my time on, but I've been thinkin' about branching out to some other forums to see what kinds of Video games the rest of the internet likes.
  5. Fresh Indie Game Compendium Extraordinaire

    Paper Galaxy By: Liquid Entertainment Available: iOS App Store Synopsis: Super-adorable one-button runner / upgrade game with a funky paper art style