Warsaw, Poland (19 June 2012) — GOG.com, the one stop for the best DRM-free games on the market, has added two incredible new indie titles to the catalog today, as “Resonance” and “Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers” have both been released for download and play. “Resonance”–available only on GOG.com for the next week–is an adventure game that takes many of the tropes of the genre and turns them on their head, and is just $9.99 on GOG.com. “Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers” is also $9.99, and showcases open-world, physics-based platforming with a unique visual style and fantastic indie music soundtrack
“Resonance” is an adventure game from Wadjet Eye Games, publishers of Gemini Rue and the Blackwell series. It’s a an atmospheric sci-fi thriller with wonderful retro pixel-art graphics, great storyline, original soundtrack, and a few unique twists to the adventure genre. Chief among these are the four protagonists the player can control; whenever the player is stuck he or she can switch characters and continue along in another story thread. The game also introduces a unique short- and long-term memory system where items and events unlock memories which can be used to solve puzzles and start conversations. Set in a near-future where a newly-discovered phenomena has the potential to destroy the world, the player must guide four ordinary people on an extraordinary adventure to keep the world from destroying itself.
“Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers” is a weird and humorous platformer, which features small tech-nerd Tiny, equipped with a with a laser cutter, a gripping-device, rockets, and the determination to find the only heritage grandpa left him: his underpants. Tiny and Big features great characters, a truly bizarre setting and story, a completely destructible, immersive environment, and unique sandbox gameplay based on slicing, grappling, pulling, pushing, and jumping.