“Endgame: Syria” Gets Rejected By Apple for Political Reasons, But OK for Android

A game that explores the Syrian civil war – Endgame: Syria – has been rejected by Apple due to App Store guidelines forbidding games that “solely target a specific race, culture, a real government or corporation, or any other real entity”. Apple say that Endgame: Syria, which explores a real news event and aims to show users the range of factions and peoples involved in the situation, fell into this category and so was rejected. It is available for Android.

2012 Indie Game of the Year

IndieGameReviewer.com presents its epic year-end game round up for 2012, top ten indie game list and lots of honorable mentions along with the most anticipated games for 2013. Dive in!

Review and Interview: International Racing Squirrels

International Racing Squirrels from Playniac and Channel 4 spearheaded by Rob Davis is rodent-racer that is hiding something very special under the hood. Watch IGR’s interview with Davis at IndieCade 2012 where it was a finalist…

On Numerical Rating Systems – An Op-Ed

When you think about it, every half-a-star is 1 point in a 10 point system. But, the issue is not with the 10 point system, it’s all in how the reader has been manipulated by pandering scores to only accept 8-10 scores as ‘good’…