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Wednesday, September 05, 2007
The latest edition of GameShark's The Indies is up. This bi-weekly feature is written by James Fudge, and focuses on a collection of complete (and incomplete) Sourceforge projects, casual games, shareware plus the occasional free stuff.

Also, free plug for them because they mentioned Independent Gaming.

There are fifteen issues worth of reading material so if the features index isn't already in your bookmarks then now is probably a good time to do a some catching up. How about a weekly schedule, James?

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Anonymous Kon-Tiki said at 9/04/2007 03:05:00 PM:  
Ooh, Gladiator Trials. Now there's a game I haven't played in ages. Kinda got boring as you continued, though. Still, it's worth playing. The mention of this site on there hit the nail on the head. I don't think any other site keeps up with everything that goes on as well as this one.