2014 was a series of brilliant indie gaming flashes, the ghosts of which still linger on our eyes. Which titles will fetch our gaze in 2015?
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.
A gentle but challenging cooperative platform puzzler with cute characters and lush backgrounds, Chariot is fun for all ages.
Mojang becomes the latest entity to join forces with Telltale Games. Get ready for Minecraft: Story Mode. Read more on this new episodic series…
I, Zombie by Awesome Games Studio is a competent, casual strategy where you play as a zombie commanding other zombies to infect the living. Read more…
Based on Inupiaq folklore and even narrated entirely in the Inupiaq language (with subtitles in English), Never Alone (Kisima Ingithchuna) is a gorgeous and unusual approach that works in spite of a few rough edges.
Defense Grid 2 from Hidden Path Entertainment has a long and interesting history and shows the collective experience of its creators. How does it stack up?