One problem with free games is that there is so many of them, and the good ones get lost in the quagmire of the dross (I count my games in the latter mainly I'm afraid). People rave about the latest commercial games, and magazines only review games that you have to pay for. I find this really frustrating and annoying. Why do people ignore all the stuff that's free?
What was needed was somewhere where they are reviewed and rated, and I've finally come across it - the Freegamer blog. Now people have got no excuse for not playing quality free games like Tremulous.
Sunday, September 10, 2006
I've finally got round to writing a new game. I thought I'd go for something simple that I could hopefully finish before I got bored with it. It's a simple 3D racing game called HoloRacer. It's designed to be as simple and as fast as possible, and it does get pretty fast (assuming you have a good graphics card). It's still in it's mid stages, and is fully playable and good for 5 mins. I'm just trying to think of features'n'things to add to it now. Let me know what you think.
Posted by Steve at 4:00 AM