• TaserLime - May 3, 2013 2:28 p.m.

    alright get a load of this, this shit's about to blow you on your ass. here's the idea: tetris BUT it's monochromatic (buzzword unlocked) just like in limbo and all those cool games people like and consider artistic. also there's a story and it's all a metaphor for pedophiliac catholic priests because when i was a kid my priest sexually assaulted me and so it's a personal game about the trauma.
  • JarkayColt - May 3, 2013 3:40 p.m.

    I couldn't help myself from mentioning that, technically, Tetris already is monochromatic. At least, the original version was. Whether in shades of green or grey, the term monochrome still applies. So basically... ...just Tetris then?
  • TaserLime - May 4, 2013 4:29 p.m.

    but it's black and white not green and grey that's dumb. also did i mention the deeply personal ambiguous story about molestation?
  • TaserLime - May 4, 2013 4:41 p.m.

    also the game is called 'L-block in my ass (the L-block refers to my priest's phallus)'
  • winner2 - May 3, 2013 2:08 p.m.

    "U and I" : A few hundred years from now, all obsolete pieces of technology are dumped onto an uninhabited planet used solely as a dump for all old tech, called Obsum. You play as an old "U" key from a keyboard made back in the 2000's that has a very bad coffee stain on one of his corners from where the owner had spilled his coffee. You are looking for the "I" key somewhere on Obsum that was next to you on that keyboard, but was lost when the board was dumped due to rough handling, and you will only know her for sure by her matching coffee stain. It has been 200 years since they saw each other, but "U" will never give up. Can you guide him past all the puzzles and obstacles of Obsum to his other half?
  • Wavy Ranchero - May 3, 2013 2:05 p.m.

    Alright, indie game. I'll base it on a dream I once had. The title: A Moose in the Basement Genre: Point-n-Click Adventure It begins with you casually heading into your basement to do some laundry. You sort the laundry into their respective piles, and then you get the washer all loaded up and ready to go. Upon starting the washer, you hear an odd noise from the back room. Shrugging it off as mere house noises, you turn back to the washer, realizing you forgot to add the fabric softener. After adding the fabric softener, you turn to head back upstairs an BAM! There's a moose staring you right in the face. All you need to do is contact your sister, who happens to be a moose trainer (Is that really a job?). Slowly, you attempt to make your way past the moose, but to no avail. There's no way the moose is going to let you pass. The first portion of the game will involve using the items found around your basement to distract the moose long enough that you can safely make your way upstairs and contact your sister. Fail to distract the moose, and you will die a horrible moose caused death. Probably something involving a lot trampling. The second portion, after finally making your way safely upstairs, you discover that the moose is a diabolical genious. It has destroyed the fuse box in the basement and your phone is not working. Who doesn't have a cell phone you ask? Somebody who has a flashback and realizes they left it in the pocket of the pants they just put in the washer. To make matter worse, the moose has made his way upstairs and is blocking your exit. You have to get to a neighbor's house as soon as you can. Again, you have to disract the moose so you can make your way out. The last portion, you have made your way to the neighbors and explained your situation. They understandably are confused and think you need help. They go outside to prove there is no moose. Upon exiting the house, they are brutally killed by the moose. You rush to the phone and contact your sister who informs you she is on her way. All you have to do now is keep the moose from killing you before she gets there. Using items around the neighbor's home, you have to build and maintain a moose proof barrier. At the end, your sister arrives and easily tames the moose (Think Crocodile Dundee style taming). The final cutscene will of course involve moose tricks. More specifically, moose backflips that are performed with the promise of delicious moose treats as a reward.
  • StrayGator - May 3, 2013 12:14 p.m.

    mp3 download link is corrupt/broken :s
  • StrayGator - May 3, 2013 12:16 p.m.

    ...or not. couldn't download with 2 browsers and a DL manager, but it started DLing seconds after i commented. serious voodoo is going on here.
  • DaveGoose - May 3, 2013 11:46 a.m.

    Here is my pitch. You play as a sandwich in WWII behind enemy lines. But everything isn't what it seems, when the krouts find out your not actually their lunch they revolt. The entire western front is now on to you and you need to get the F out of dodge, only one problem, you a fucking sandwich and have no legs. But here's the hook of the game....All your ingredients are up gradable, Sure your iceberg lettuce might get torn to shreds by a German MP40 but once you have enough "bread points" you can upgrade to romaine lettuce. That wonder bread not protecting you? upgrade to a baguette. The possibilities are endless. Stick with me here, you can change mustard, this is a game changer, no wait an gaming industry revolution. All of these elements can buy you time before Uncle Sam can come in guns blazing and get you home to a New York deli where you will be forever remembered as a hero. Note: If anyone from GamesRadar reads this I apologize profusely for wasting your time, I was listening to some Young Turks and the idea just came to me.

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