Create various snow people by crafting their parts from the fluffy white stuff below. Roll up too much snow, and you might have a problem. Read our review:
Drive to Hell is a no-nonsense twin stick shooter. Drive through waves of demons and avoid their projectiles on your journey to the fabled end destination.
Eric Weiss weighs in on his personal top 5 indie games of 2014. Which games took top accolades?
The Talos Principle from indie devs Croteam is about artificial intelligence and the nature of freedom and humanity. read our review of this FPS puzzler.
Phase through platforms, but be careful, as the rules of the physical realm change as you do. Read our review of this inventive platform puzzler.
The Detail is a noir-themed adventure-game-as-graphic-novel from indie dev studio Rival Games Ltd that emphasizes narrative and character over difficulty.
DeadCore is a high-precision, high-speed first-person perspective endless speed runner. Our lifelong gamer had a little trouble keeping up. Read the full review…
Bridge Constructor Medieval is a fun, if simple, physics based theme continuing the franchise from Clockstone and Headup Games, this time with a feudal spin.
Deep Under the Sky is the psychedelic, physics-based endless runner from the creators of Incredipede and Pineapple Smash Crew – Rich Edwards and Colin Northman, respectively. Read our review…
Gods Will Be Watching is about a group trying to wipe out 4 billion souls to end galactic slavery. Does its heady premise add up? Read our review…
Search for the killer by collecting clues and information. You only have 15 minutes to finger the culprit. Each case is a completely new crime to solve.
Take Pixel Boy for a crawl through procedurally generated dungeons, and rack up enough experience to reach new depths. Read the full review.
Guild of Dungeoneering calls upon players to craft a dungeon and then crawl its depths for loot. Does the alpha build deliver? Read our impressions.
Card City Nights from indie devs Ludosity, is a digital contradiction: a narrative-driven single player video game built upon the multiplayer foundation of a Collectible Card Game. Read our review…
Jazzpunk from indie developers Necrophone Games builds a world in which the insane is both possible and probable, pushing every joke one step further than convention would dictate. Read the full review…