Indie game Astroslugs from developer Bit Barons is a sticky, gooey puzzler that drips and oozes charm. Available now for Windows PC and Mac. Read the full review…
Defy Gravity: A PC/Xbox 360 Indie Game Review – will you feel the G’s or miss the G-spot?
At 26 years Mark Leung, an entirely self-taught indie game designer has spawned one of the most irreverent politically charged and side-splitting full-length role playing games of all time. Read Indie Game Reviewer’s rundown of the how the full game plays…
A review of “Onslaught! Arena” from Lost Decade Games – a fast-paced, arcade-style medieval fantasy shoot ’em up. Fans of retro classics like Archon, Smash TV, Geometry Wars and Gauntlet should feel right at home.. Does this hyper 8-bit styled fantasy shmup for web browsers bring the killer waves? Read the full indie game review.
Dan Remar’s indie game Hero Core is bare bones black and white shoot-em-up goodness with a feisty soundtrack to back up the action.
From Two tribes – the good people that brought you Toki Tori – comes Rush; a twisting stylish puzzle game for Windows, Steam and WiiWare, with conveyor belts, stop signs, warps and other shenanigans. Read the review and see if this crazy head twister can keep it together or whether it will keep you…
Tommy Tronic is every little boy’s imaginary adventure come true. The game takes a wee lad with a giant noggin, arms him with a bright, plastic weapons (each complete with the bright orange safety muzzle) and sends him on a daunting quest through an enchanted forest, full of nasty veggies, bugs and a large assortment of other creepers. Read the Indie Game Review and find out why this ain’t just another Mario clone…
Review Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes -from Silent Dreams comes a slanted look at an East-meets-West tactical strategy RPG. A bountiful bosom or a botched boob-job?
A review Laserbrain – an exciting new puzzle/action/strategy game from indie developer Paradoxys.
A review of Fractal from developer Cipher Prime as Indie Game Reviewer covers the IndieCade 2010 independent games festival in Culver City, California.
“Slick, explosive and wickedly addictive. Fractal brings together the best parts of Hexic and Lumines, and then blows them both to itty-bitty pieces.”
As gigantic moving projections became the facades of buildings, and massive towers of speakers carried the soundtrack for the dancing images that graced hundreds of over-sized LED displays, there is no question that technology and art can (and often do) go hand-in-hand.
IndieGameReviewer covers the Hand Eye Society’s Arcadian Renaissance indie game exhibit at Toronto’s all night city-wide Nuit Blanche art event. No quarters required!
Life is hard enough for a teenage boy without being plagued by visions of how people have died. In Jisei, you play as just such a youth, unfortunate enough to have stumbled upon a dead body in the restroom of the coffee shop you’re sitting in.
Jisei from indie developer Sakevisual is an interactive manga murder mystery game for Windows, Mac and Linux, read the indie game reviewer write up now.
A Man With a Monocle borrows the control scheme of the earliest Super Mario Brothers titles while employing a solid artistic presentation. Read the full review…
Eschalon: Book 2 from Basilisk brings players into the war-torn world of Thaermore and presents them with a daunting task, a sprawling world and rich gameplay. Read the IGR review.
Read the indie game review of Gratuitous Space Battles: Collector’s Edition available now on Steam, MAC and Window PC.