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  • Blog Post: Get Nineteen Indie Game Soundtracks For Only Ten Dollars

    Game Music Bundle 5 has been announced, and it's chock full of fantastic tunes for not a lot of money. Amongst the collection of 19 soundtracks are three from Grammy nominee Austin Wintory, including his work on Monaco: What's Yours is Mine. The lower tier requires a minimum investment of $1... More
  • Blog Post: Changes Make Developing Indie Titles Easier On Wii U And 3DS

    Nintendo’s WiiWare service featured some independently developed hits during its time with games like World of Goo, but the service never quite took off as much as other platforms. That trend seems to be changing with the new eShop platform – and Nintendo is becoming more lenient in order... More
  • Blog Post: Little Inferno Teaser Trailer Looks Bleak

    The next game from the makers of World of Goo is a game about children burning their toys in order to stay warm. There is a happy song playing, and the children seem perfectly fine with tossing their favorite toys in the flames, but there seems to be a terrifying undertone to the whole teaser. We're... More
  • Blog Post: World Of Goo Co-Creator Announces New Game

    Tomorrow Corporation , which employs World of Goo co-creator Kyle Gabler, Henry Hatsworth creator Kyle Gray, and former Electronic Arts employee Allan Blomquist, has announced its new game, Little Inferno. All the information we know about the game is contained in the image above. It's called Little... More
  • Blog Post: World Of Goo Coming To iPhone

    World of Goo has popped up in several different formats thus far, and it looks like 2D Boy is taking their indie hit to the next logical platform. An iPhone version is on the way, according to the developer's blog. It's already been submitted for approval, and we should "expect it to be... More
  • Blog Post: World Of Goo Arrives On iPad Next Week

    Indie sensation World of Goo won over our hearts when it arrived on WiiWare and Steam a couple of years ago, but the best version of the goo-building game may be yet to come. Developer 2D Boy has announced that it will release on iPad on December 16. In addition to the date reveal, the post on 2D Boy's... More
  • Blog Post: Sold! A World of Goo Success Story

    When given the option to pay several dollars or no dollars when purchasing a commercial product, you’d think that most people would choose “no dollars.” You’d be wrong, according to this blog post on the site of World of Goo developer 2Dboy. A couple of weeks ago , 2Dboy announced... More
  • Blog Post: Indie Dev Weighs In On World Of Goo Price-Picking Sale

    A couple days ago World of Goo developer 2Dboy released the to-date results of their pick-your-price birthday sale. The results rolled in, and the developer is calling the celebration a “huge success.” We asked Adam Saltsman, an independent game developer who worked on Cave Story Wii and... More
  • Blog Post: Pay What You Want For World Of Goo

    World of Goo is now officially a one year old, and to celebrate the developers at 2D Boy are letting potential buyers choose their own price tag for the game. If you haven’t heard of it before now, World of Goo is a physics based puzzle game that tasks players with linking together goo balls into... More
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