InfinityWaltz’s latest Column of Curiosities ratchets up the tension with science fiction horror games, plus some free adventures! Read on…
It’s Halloween, and while much of this year has seemed a cruel trick, we’ve got treats a-plenty for you: a new selection of spooky indies!
February’s underrated games feature Medieval mysticism, modernist melancholy and futuristic fears…read on for InfinityWalt’z top picks!
The past never lets go…unless you kill it! Descend into the Gungeon, and fight to claim the Gun That Can Kill the Past.
Mulaka by Lienzo incorporates Mexcan folklore to tell the tale of a mystical journey to stop a god from destroying earth. Read more…
The time has finally come to Crush Your Enemies on the Switch! Take control of a barbarian horde as they drink, plunder and destroy everything in their path.
Why is Doki Doki Literature Club receiving so much mainstream attention? Find out in our review!
While UnReal World has only just appeared on Steam, it has been around for a long time, having been in development for over two decades. Read our review of its latest iteration.
The Mars 2030 Experience is a free, cross-platform virtual reality simulation in development by NASA. Read inside for more details.
The Curse of Issyos from indie game developer Locamalito claims inspiration from stop motion genius Ray Harryhausen. Does it make the leap? Read on.
Hipster Whale follows up on the massive success of Crossy Road with another endlessly scrolling game, this time based on Pac-Man. Read on for more details.
Clicker Heroes is a colorful take on the “clicker game” genre; click to get started, then sit back and wait for the achievements to start rolling in.
Explore a low-res future dystopia in IAMJASON – a surrealistic freeware adventure game from Calico Reverie.
In Koshinuke Rider from AVI Games Koshi wants to be a hero. When aliens attack, he jumps into the fray…only to find he doesn’t know how to hit back. Dodge blazing fast enemy attacks or die!
Heroine’s Quest takes pixel art reminiscent of Sierra Online’s point-and-click adventures, and blends in some devious survival mechanics. Read our review…