I’ve been working on making video games for a little while now making short games, so I’ve made myself a page on itch.io. For those that aren’t familiar with it (see the Talks Over Games Itch Stream series), it’s an independent game store/launcher/community. Kind of a Steam alternative. My account is Badgai Labs (as in bad guy). Anyway, the first game I made is out now for free. This is where you can find it. https://badgai-labs.itch.io/always-be-chuting The games page in the menu will be updated with future releases as they happen.
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It’s time for episode 10 of youtube’s best Itch.io showcase – Itch-Treme! We check out 3 new games and revisit Raft, our biggest embarrassment of the previous nine episodes, for a chance of redemption.
It’s time for episode 9 of youtube’s best Itch.io showcase – Itch-Treme! In this week’s episode, we check out some of the freshest (and most old school) games available on the fantastic itch.io – the best place to find indie games and future all-star devs.
It’s time for episode 8 of youtube’s best Itch.io showcase – Itch-Treme! Tonight, we cover a fresh stack of indie game flap-jacks, hot and ready just off the skillet. I just realized how hungry I am and I apologize for the previous analogy, anyway ; here’s the list of games that we covered on this episode! Please leave any feedback below, and don’t forget to subscribe for more indie-fueled madness. Oh yeah!