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Something to Follow: Tiggit, the Indie Game Installer

Tiggit is like Steam but for free indie games. Also like when Steam first launched it’s Windows-only so if your a Mac user like me then you’ll have to wait (or use Boot Camp). You can follow Tiggit’s progress on their blog.

With a total of 336 games (and demos) so far this should be a neat way to stay in the loop about indie games. The project is open source and if your next game is free and runs on Windows then you can have your game listed.

Here’s a brief on the features:

Features:

  • Contains over 300 freeware games (and a few demos)
  • New games added continuously
  • No account or registration required

Portal 2 Joins Skyrim in Steam Workshop Next Week

Skyrim has been on the Steam Workshop for a few months now and has seen some nifty things come out of it. Valve has announced that Portal 2 will get a level creator on the Steam Workshop too.

The Verge is reporting that May 8 will be the official release date for the creation kit. Of course, it’s Valve so don’t forget to adjust your clocks to Valve Time.

I haven’t had a good chance to explore the creation kits in detail but I’m interested in seeing how I can use the workshop to help teach game design.

You can get more info on the Skyrim Game Creation Kit here.

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