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Review: The Curfew

Imagine being armed with all the skills you need to explore a city and its secrets from the very start of the game. The Curfew puts you in the position of an unnamed protagonist who has to protect valuable information that may potentially bring down the tyrannical Shepherd Party government.


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Review: Camy Adventures

Intergalactic Creations, the developers of Camy Adventures – Episode 1, took that most classic game genre–the platform jumper–and created a quirky little game with strikingly crisp, high-resolution graphics. It’s a testament to the fact that you can make a game with all the modern trappings that stays true to its classic gaming roots.


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Preview: Kerbal Space Program

Kerbal Space Program, by Squad Games, is a free space simulation game that consists of creating rockets and sending your astronauts called Kerbals into space. It’s still in development, and at this current moment in time doesn’t have much in the way of objectives or goals. Read the review and see how its coming along…


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Review: Mini Robot Wars

MRW is a tower defense game from Picsoft Studios, which pits a group of friendly robots against a group of hostile robots. Read the review and find out how MRW differs from PvZ.


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Review: Icarus

Icarus is a short but sweet indie game recently released by programmer Justin Scott. And don’t forget that part of the profit goes to charity. Heck, the other part supports a creative, hard-working indie developer!


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Review: Mooniz

The Mooniz are here! These cute but cheeky critters are invading from the moon and you are Earth’s only hope in this simple yet highly addictive action puzzler! Read the review…


Review: Breaking the Rules

From Italian indie developer BTR Studios comes Breaking the Rules – a solid Mortal Kombat/Urban Reign substitute for the PC. Read the full review…


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Review: Koya Rift

Koya Rift is an independently produced, procedurally-generated platform shooter. Read our review to see how it fares…


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Review: Anomaly: Warzone Earth

A review of tower defence strategy game Anomaly: Warzone Earth from independent game developer 11bit, a solid outing that made this writer sit up and pay attention.


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Review: Sanctum

Sanctum is a unique mix of strategic tower defense and first person shooter which blend together surprisingly well for such an ambitious blending of genres.


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Review: Revenge of The Titans

If you’re a fan of tower defense games and like the retro-minimalist art style evident in the screenshots you’ll be in gamer heaven with Revenge of the Titans.


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Review: Bennu (Once A Bird)

Bennu is something that is a bit hard to nail down. One part physics puzzler, one part action platformer, or, in this case, swinging platformer. Read on…


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Review: Dino Run SE

A review of Dino Run SE is the Slightly-Evolved Edition of Dino Run, a very retro-styled 8-bit flash-based 2D side-scrolling platformer from independent developer Pixeljam. Get the full scoop…


Review: Dungeons

A review of Dungeons from indie game developer Realmforge Studios and distributed by Kalypso Media recalls Dungeon Keeper and Diablo as a theme park sim.


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Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World

An indie game review of Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World from Cateia Games – wherein we discover whether this Steampunk-influenced Point & Click in Space stands out from the pack…