Every month, as part of the regular monthly meetings of the Austin, TX independent game community JUEGOS RANCHEROS, we do a very casual & chatty rundown of the ten or so games from the previous month — both local and global, and both indie and occasionally a bit-bigger-budget — for the audience, to give people — especially those curious onlookers from outside the indie community itself — a look at what they may have missed.
In keeping with the tongue-in-tobacco-packed-cheek tone, we call these run-downs A Fistful of Indies, which will now be presented here on Venus Patrol (even a bit tardy as this one is) for your reference, each fully-annotated, -linked, and off-the-cuff blurbed, in addition to their home on the JUEGOS RANCHEROS site.
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Queasy Games & its associated Sound Shapes partners celebrate the wrap and release of the game (an easy contender for one of the best of 2012) with this screen-printed cinema-style poster designed by art director (and Venus Patrol designer!) Cory Schmitz, that for now remains unavailable to the outside world and ridiculously covetable.