news\ Nov 26, 2012 at 6:30 pm

IndieGameStand and Caster give you cartoony third-person shooting for $1


Developer Elecorn has put its cartoon-like third-person shooter Caster on IndieGameStand for a limited time. The game is available for $1, but you can shell out extra cash to get some rewards.

If you beat the average for Caster (currently $1.46), you'll also get some neat remixed OSTs. Additionally, paying $10 for the game will get you a download of Aztaka and whatever title pops up on IndieGameStand within the next few days.

Caster was praised for its simple yet fun gameplay and interesting power-ups. The game's fully destructive environments were also one of its strong points. For $1, it's certainly worth a look.

Elecorn has chosen the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption as its charity. Ten percent of all proceeds will go to said charity, which is actually pretty darn awesome.


Want to talk about indie games, Kirby, or cheap pizza? Follow me on Twitter @dr_davidsanchez.

About The Author
David Sanchez David Sanchez is the most honest man on the internet. You can trust him because he speaks in the third person.
In This Article
From Around The Web
blog comments powered by Disqus