December 26, 2008 5:43 PM | Tim W.
[From now until early January, IndieGames.com: The Weblog will be counting down the best independent and freeware games of 2008, with descriptions, screenshots, and links of the best games in each major category.]
We're starting out the 2008 Best Of Features here on the IndieGames.com blog with a couple of tongue-in-cheek charts - and thus, we're proud to present ten of the best freeware games released by Jesse Venbrux in 2008.
What we know about Jesse Venbrux: aged 22, originated from Netherlands, a big fan of Nintendo, studied at the Utrecht School of the Arts, did his internship with Q-Games, uses the versatile Game Maker for development purposes, and has an unhealthy obsession with the subject of death.
He also makes decent games - lots of them, actually. You could read more about him on his most recent interview with anna anthropy, on the auntie pixelante site. Here's his top games of the year:
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