Solar 2, the sequel to the inspired open-universe sandbox is bigger, better and more beautiful than the original. Read the review…
This isn’t your normal Dwarf Fortress clone, in fact after all of its components are put together into a whole, Dwarfs!? from indie developer Power of Two, turns out to be a rather unique strategy title…
Proun is a great-looking 3D psychedelic racing game by indie developer Oogst. Find out why it became so popular after its release (over 1.2 million HTTP requests) that its website went down for the entire weekend
A review of the indie game Mighty Fin for iOS. It’s short, sweet and found it’s way into my stone cold heart.
Inside A Star-Filled Sky is the latest labor of visionary indie game developer Jason Rohrer. If you crave shoot-em-up games, but hate when they end, you need to be playing this.
An independent review of the sequel to Bioware’s hugely successful Dragon Age franchise. Can DA2 rise to the challenge?
Runic Games, the makers of Diablo, have done it again. Literally. In a stroke of genius, the hit title Torchlight has come to us on Xbox Live Arcade. Read on…
You know, Kindle users probably aren’t expecting much more than some X’s and O’s or Solitaire when they lay back on their pillow – which is what makes Triple Town so much more of an acheivement; to invent a non-violent, slow refresh game that fits perfectly within the demographic and platform while bringing something fresh to the table.
Recetter: An Item Shop’s tale from indie developer Carpe Fulgur involves old school Zelda-style hack and slash dungeon crawling combined with a casual store-keeping game you might catch your mom playing. Sound like an unlikely combination? It is. Does it pay off? It does. I think we’ll look at the two elements individually, then tie them together
Indie Game Reviewer does what it does best and covers 2010’s most talked about, highly anticipated indie – Super Meat Boy from indie superstar Edmund McMillen and programmer Tommy Refenes. Does it live up to the hype?
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…
Called “the future of video games” by the New York Times, read the IGR review of ambitious indie game Façade.
In Castle Crashers, you control an animated knight in a hilarious adventure to save a princess from a variety of bad guys in a side-scrolling beat ’em up