The Caldwell Incident is a short adventure game, developed for the TIGSource Fall Folklore compo. The year is 19XX, in a small Alaskan town named Caldwell...
The Caldwell Incident is a short adventure game, developed for the TIGSource Fall Folklore compo. The year is 19XX, in a small Alaskan town named Caldwell. A seemingly peaceful place, it is located near a mysterious facility called Site 15. One day, a resident witnesses a strange occurrence. The consequences of the ensuing investigation would later be referred to as the “Caldwell Incident”.
Version 1.1 - Fashionably Late Edition - will most likely be the final version of the game and includes all the small patches from before, as well as new font support that will let it be a standalone game... at least that's the plan. No achievements, though, sorry, but it does have the shiny new studio logo...
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@VasedCoopa Ryuko Matoi? Yeah, everyone else is pretty screwed.
Sep 15 2014, 6:59pm
Feedback from @IndieCade wasn't bad. Though TBH, most of the 'cons' were ones I was already planning to change in future games.
Sep 15 2014, 6:56pm
RT @TomGrochowiak: Sorry, but while "revenue growth at my fingertips" would be a pretty cool mutant super-power, it's not why I became a ga…
Sep 15 2014, 4:03pm
Why is it that with so many other games in my library I find myself drawn to buy Lost Planet 2? I think this is a sign of addiction =P
Sep 14 2014, 6:02pm
Well, so much for that edu-ma-cation. T.co
Sep 14 2014, 1:29am
We’re All Nerds Now T.co
Sep 14 2014, 1:27am
Pros: Just Cause-style grappling hook, Steambot Chronicles-style mech battling. Cons: No run button!
Sep 14 2014, 1:22am
It's funny I haven't played Lost Planet in earnest until now despite making a game about an ice planet. It's actually really fun though.
Sep 14 2014, 1:15am