Ideas came to run amok at this year’s UCLA Game Art Festival, and the results were filled with fiendish fun! Read the article to learn about some of our favorites.
IndieCade 2015 has come and gone, and much as we hate to pick favorites, here are just a smattering of the games that caught our attention at this year’s festival. Read the full article for our writers’ IndieCade impressions…
Cibele – What We Think: In Cibele, from independent studio Star Maid Games, the main character, Nina, is a girl in college who recently got her braces off, wants to be an actress and hasn’t done a lot of dating. Or maybe any dating, for that matter. But there are a growing number of boys …
Check out our coverage of the official award winners at the 2015 IndieCade Festival, taking place October 23-25 in Culver City, CA!
After our original blood-curdling list of spooky indie games, here is a brand new batch of zany, macabre, malevolently morbid Boogeymen to keep pixel-junkies awake at night…
Steam offers an out for gamers who have purchased games they would rather not have bought. The writers at IGR discuss Valve’s new policy, and its impacts.
Here are Indie Game Reviewer’s top 10 best and favorite indie games from all of 2014 chosen by its 10+ writers from around the world.
IndieCade 2014 presented its indie games of the year at Cafe Club Fais Do Do in Los Angeles, Thursday Oct 9th. Hack N Slash from DoubleFine took top prize