Looking for an action-RPG hybrid with card deck building? Of course you were! Find it here, in our Book of Demons review!
Indie favorite development software GameMaker Studio from YoYoGames adds Nintendo Switch as a development platform.
WonderCon 2017 offered mostly mainstream games and comic books, but there are a few gems of interest to IGR readers, as well. Read our report.
IndieCade announces Resist Jam. Develop games in an online jam designed to promote tolerance, freedom and peaceful resistance.
Glitz, glamor and gaming: Hand Eye Society Ball 2016 had it all. At Toronto’s Masonic Temple, we took in the eats, the games….and the shadowy rituals? Read our full writeup.
VRTO (Virtual Reality Toronto) launched their first major event this weekend. Read our recap on the latest VR games, film, art…even ethics and philosophy!
IndieCade Festival 2016 is fast approaching, and indie game developers just have a few weeks left to submit games for consideration. Read on for details!
What is it like to work as a video game developer? IGR interviews 8 indie game studios on what it’s really like to work in game development today…
iThrive, uThrive, We All Thrive for Empathy iThrive, a nonprofit initiative focused on helping youth become better functioning adults through […]
Psychonauts 2 has reached its goal of $3.3 million on equity-based crowd-funding site Fig. Read the article for more the juicy details.
RPG Maker MV allows anyone to create and share RPG games, with no coding skills required. The latest version allows you to export projects to Android, iOS, and Mac.
In The Magic Circle, you enter the world of a game in development, and break stuff. Lift lines of code from enemies and give them to creature familiars.
Featuring a gargantuan 76 games, Indie MEGABOOTH brings one of the world’s largest collections of noteworthy indie titles to Pax Prime 2015.
Ryerson University was the scene for Toronto’s largest collection of Virtual and Augmented Reality exhibits. Read our full coverage of VAR 2015.
We attended the opening gala at SHG Studios (formerly Snake Head Games) in their new offices and got a taste of the indie dev scene in Hamilton, Ontario.