Adult Swim Games sent out a wide net to grab up streamers and YouTubers like never before to cover their latest offering Mega Coin Squad and they snagged themselves a Big Dave in the process. This is the first time ASG has approached me to cover a game they are publishing and I was happy to oblige. Following their last mediocre offering, Super Comboman (which as an aside was super disappointing to me as I had become quite invested in the development thanks to the Omega Jam documentary) they have returned to form with another irreverent pixel art arcade style platformer in Mega Coin Squad. Check out my first impression below:
What happens when Rogue Legacy meets Tobe’s Vertical Adventure and they have a child out of wedlock? That bastard spawn is named Vertical Drop Heroes HD and it turns out to be a delightful progression-based platformer and otherwise perfectly well adjust young game despite it’s broken home life and fragmented upbringing. I probably took that metaphor a little too far but the point is that Vertical Drop Heroes HD is a fine game that you all should check out:
I was pretty skeptical about the idea of boxed collector’s editions of indie games when I read about it a while back but the IndieBox won me over with their great package for Escape Goat 2! This is the second IndieBox to be released but the first one I was able to get my hands on so I thought I would share it with you guys and show you what changed my mind about putting digital games in boxes!