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Eurogamer Expo: Indie Focus

download | subscribe Last weekend Me, Paul and later Tom went on an adventure to London. Amongst the fabulous Eggs Benedict breakfast, decent wine, a ramble through Soho in the rain and some dire train journeys we went to the Eurogamer Expo and recorded things as we went. This is day one and, from memory, we talk to Alec Meer about indie games, indie devs about indie games, and each other about indie games (amongst other things of course). We also might have forgotten to introduce one interview and Paul has forgotten to resplice the intro before it – see…

Caelum

Caelum is the debut release by indie outfit APGames which involves a mix of gravity, balls and coloured orbs. Like Peggle.  Drop a ball, try to hit as many orbs as possible and clear all the red ones to complete the level and move onto the next.  Like Peggle. I tried my hardest to look at it objectively, avoiding comparisons to that eponymous crack-pot bagatelle joy, but I couldn’t manage it and I doubt you could either. It’s hard to make a bagatelle game that doesn’t look or feel like Peggle, so devs really must strain their guts to squeeze…