Summary: Completely under-rated game, easily worth the tiny price this sells at (bought on sale for <$2). Creative, fun ways to kill your opponents. Balance hunger, sleep, and bowel needs (yeah, seriously) to maintain your edge. Swap weapons to kill at the highest ratings. Dodge security guards and cameras. Rack up Achievements to show off. Overall, just a really great time. Playing with a buddy and enjoying the hell out of it!
Summary: For $5- you get a lot of content for buck. Sure it's only 3 maps but what you have to look at here is it's fun, addicting and will last for hours. Plus there are hardly any bugs plus the unique gameplay instilled in this, just makes it even more fun. Also, P.S. Did I mention it runs on the source engine - any game that runs on this whether made by Valve (people who made Steam) or not, is winning and always plays good and is essentially a good game.
Summary: As a big fan of Outerlight's previous PC-only offering The Ship, I don't mind admitting that I was seriously looking forward to BGT when it was finally announced. The concept is an interesting one - the primary game mode is 'Hunt' - you wander the (very well designed) maps waiting for the Director to announce a target for you - someone you must then kill.
Summary: I quite liked Bloody Good Time. At first I was a bit skeptical, oh no another First Person game, but I'm liking the fact its done at a different angel, with some unique weapons. With a tongue in cheek sort of Cartoony hybrid of No one Lives Forever and the Sims, Graphical look, also with a hint of Team Fortress 2 about it. It makes a refreshing change from all the tactical military based shooters.
Summary: I have to admit, I'm extremely surprised at the lack of coverage and attention this indie game has received from the media. It is certainly under the radar, but the team has solidified both the game's concept and their credibility with their publication of the Half-Life mod, The Ship. Regardless, Bloody Good Time is simply what its title implies.
Summary: A great simple (yet difficult to master) and fun MP game, with 3 varied and intelligent maps for only 5 dollars! Up to 8 players at time with varied MP game loadouts. The company is now defunct but this was their last project, after the well received The Ship in 2007. They expertly used the Valve steam engine,looks great as well as plays smoothly. Pick it up and support independent gaming-It does a body good!