Two very strange Wii U indie titles that may surprise you.
Little Inferno is the brainchild of three wandering video game developers who were also responsible for games as World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure. It is an eccentric puzzle game that takes place almost exclusively in front of a fireplace where the player burns the various products he purchases online. The game seems to be set in the middle of a nuclear winter, which is why the fireplace (called the Little Inferno) exists in the first place.
Two Wii U games with incredibly long titles.
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition
I am going to go ahead and get this out of the way first: I do not enjoy Guacamelee as much as most others seem to.
Two side-scrolling platformers for the Wii U.
When I first took a look at Cloudberry Kingdom back in 2012 and again in 2013, both times I could not help but feel impressed by how developers Pwnee Studios managed to find a new and innovative way to deliver the 2D platform game experience while retaining what makes the genre so great in the first place. Best described as Super Mario Brothers meets WarioWare, Cloudberry Kingdom is a procedurally generated action platformer that adapts to the user play style in order to deliver a fun and entertaining experience that can last for hours on end.
Two classic independent games for the Nintendo 3DS.
Cave Story is often seen as one of the landmark titles of the early indie gaming scene. Developed by one man (Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya) during his free time, Cave Story was first released on personal computers as a freeware title in 2004. Over the years, it has found its way onto many different gaming platforms, most notably on Wii in 2010 and later on Nintendo 3DS in 2012. It follows the story of a young boyish character named Quote as he explores the titular cave and discovers the warring conflict between its native Mimiga creatures and the mysterious individual known only as “the Doctor.”
When perfectionism gets in the way of enjoyability.
I do not have OCD, otherwise known as obsessive-compulsive disorder. Sure, I may have some obsessive and/or compulsive symptoms (much more than normal if you ask me), but having seen people diagnosed with real OCD before, it is clearly obvious that what I have is incomparable to what they have to deal with on a daily basis. Still, there is undoubtedly a little bit of OCD within all of us, and in some cases, it can also be very destructive.