3D indie games a dying breed?

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3D indie games a dying breed?

Postby pault » Sat Oct 03, 2009 10:01 am

It seems like there are less and less 3d indie games out there. I remember there used to be a whole bunch back in the day, but now I just can't seem to find many anymore.

That's just another reason I'm looking forward to Canine Combat.
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Re: 3D indie games a dying breed?

Postby stooser » Sat Oct 03, 2009 11:44 am

There not dying. There are still plenty of good one's out there. They can just be hard to find sometimes. :D
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Re: 3D indie games a dying breed?

Postby numchuck » Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:36 am

stooser wrote:There not dying. There are still plenty of good one's out there. They can just be hard to find sometimes. :D


I think "hard to find" is an understatement. Sometimes they can be impossible to find, much less finding one's available for Mac.
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Re: 3D indie games a dying breed?

Postby stooser » Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:46 pm

numchuck wrote:
stooser wrote:There not dying. There are still plenty of good one's out there. They can just be hard to find sometimes. :D


I think "hard to find" is an understatement. Sometimes they can be impossible to find, much less finding one's available for Mac.


What about Neverball?
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Re: 3D indie games a dying breed?

Postby bob_the_unicorn » Sun Nov 08, 2009 2:53 pm

Meh, Neverball is OK. Not great. I had the damndest time control the ball with my mouse.
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