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Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Fren-zeHermitgames releases Fren-ze. A demo is available for download.

Cryptic Sea's Blast Miner will be released on the 14th of September, which is less than two weeks away.

Gnome's Lair reports on a new PSP homebrew game entitled Visiting Day. There's a playable beta version online as well.

Matt Thorson of Jumper fame is currently working on a new game.

Information on Trouble Witches, the new shooter from Studio Siesta has been posted on their web site.

The Retro Remakes Competition is about to end and JIG's Game Design Competition was just over. Click here for an outdated competition update. (entries in green from this list are completed remakes)

Notable mentions are Submachine Zero and Gateway.

Good time to catch up with some of the best indie games released over the past few months.
Blogger gnome said at 8/27/2006 03:40:00 AM:  
Thanks for reminding the world that the retro remakes compo is coming to an end....
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/27/2006 07:50:00 AM:  
Kairuga looks fairly interesting, but I can't stop thinking that the bullets in the video are going too slow (the ones coming from your ship). Then againt maybe it's just my eye :p
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/28/2006 10:10:00 AM:  
Whoa! My game was mentioned.
The video, like I said in the gamemakergames forums, is considerably slower than the real thing. The game, version 1.1, is released, so check it out, if you like.
I didn’t expect my name to be mentioned somewhere already. I found this on google =O
Blogger gnome said at 8/28/2006 01:21:00 PM:  
Busy days indeed...