It’s the middle of summer and way too hot, so this month’s top underrated indies are all turn-based so you can cool off between moves.
Do you like pixel art? Of course you do! Read on for May’s top underrated indie game releases, featuring distinctive pixel art.
Venture Kid wears its Mega Man inspirations on its sleeve, but does it bring more to the party? Read our full review to find out.
Instead of celebrating spring, let’s do Halloween again with IW’s undiscovered indie game picks to evoke an oppressive mood of gothic horror.
Sin Slayers: The First Sin brings classic JRPG mechanics into a grim afterlife. Is it sinfully delicious or straight out of hell? Read on…
Our favorite game releases in March put unique twists on familiar themes like samurai revenge tale or haunted-house-but-in-space. Read on…
Pandemic Express – Zombie Escape by TALLBOYS is an online 30-player zombie survival game with battle royale elements. Read more…
The original Anodyne makes its way to Switch as the developers offer us a preview of the sequel. Sweep the dust away and read on…
My quest: to uncover some of the winter’s best underrated indies and win the favor of the gods…or at least help you find a new game or two.
Zach Barth is publishing an art book detailing the history of Zachtronics games; read on for the full details.
In IGR’s newest column, InfinityWaltz highlights his favorite recent underrated indie games. Read on to sate your curiosity…
Indie game luminary Rami Ismail of Dutch studio Vlambeer announced a new virtual conference, GameDev.World, earlier this week.
The premier international festival dedicated to celebrating independent games – IndieCade Festival – is now accepting submissions for 2019.
Here are a few of the indie games we are most excited about that you may not have heard about yet.
Rival Restaurants Launches Kickstarter I’m not sure if it was the stunning illustrations, the giggling participants, or my obsession with […]