Hey, it’s Friday, so how about a bunch of free stuff?
I’ll start with this iGun Traffic Rampage video that has become popular on YouTube:
I found a flash game called Splitter 2. If you enjoy puzzle games, play it.
For this Legally Free Friday, I have an iPhone and iPod Touch game. I just downloaded it myself, so I haven’t had a chance to personally play, but hey it’s free and I’ve heard good things about it. PewPew is a simple vector-based 2D / 3D shooter that features two different gameplay modes reminiscent of corresponding modes in Geometry Wars: Galaxies. The ‘Dodge This’ mode challenges the player to zoom about the playfield, dodging a barrage of enemies. ‘Assault’ mode pits the player against an onslaught of enemies, with the goal of destroying as many as possible in an attempt to stay alive and rack up points. The ‘Dodge This’ mode features one onscreen virtual stick, while ‘Assault’ features dual sticks, one for motion, one for firing. In both modes the playfield pulses to the beat of the trance soundtrack and power-up boxes can be collected for points and shield energy boosts.
For this week’s Legally Free Friday, I have the adventure game, Scarygirl. It’s a flash game so it will play in your web browser. Abandoned and washed up on a deserted island, Scary Girl is on a mission to find the man haunting her dreams. While exploring the island she’ll have the help of oddball characters.
I haven’t shared any Legally Free Friday goodies in a long time, so I’ll make up for it by sharing over 6 BG of music.
“The South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival is one of the largest and most popular in the United States. For the fifth year in a row, SXSW has released a DRM-free, RIAA-safe collection of songs totaling 6 GB, which can all be downloaded for free, thanks to BitTorrent.”
Just a quick post to share a new item for Legally Free Friday. I bring you a comic, Josh & Imp. The story’s about two kids in love — Josh, a high-schooler with a rocky home life and a job bagging groceries after school, and Imp, a teenaged costumed crimefighter chafing under the tutelage of Guardian Devil. Their lives are radically different, their dates are logistical nightmares, and their own neuroses, insecurities, and suspicions undermine the tentative closeness they share; Imp thinks Josh is only seeing her because of the novelty value of dating a superhero, and Josh, besides being overwhelmed and humbled by her stories of thwarting plans for apocalypse and world domination, is embarrassed that he doesn’t even know Imp’s real name. They’ve got issues they need to settle, to be sure, but most of the time they can just forget about that, because of all the fun they’re having together.