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Review: Friendly Fire!

Using your GPS location, Friendly Fire! turns your neighborhood into a tower defense battleground. Create a base, and defend your home from would-be attackers around the world.

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Top 5 Best Mobile Indie Games of 2012

We are going to keep this one short and sweet: There are simply hundreds of thousands of indie games available on the iOS and Android platforms so it is impossible to attempt to be comprehensive, let alone definitive. Instead, we are going to point out five that we spent a lot of time with and thought were as solid as could be. Here are IGR’s top five favorite mobile indie games of 2012

2012 Indie Game of the Year

IndieGameReviewer.com presents its epic year-end game round up for 2012, top ten indie game list and lots of honorable mentions along with the most anticipated games for 2013. Dive in!

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Review and Interview: International Racing Squirrels

International Racing Squirrels from Playniac and Channel 4 spearheaded by Rob Davis is rodent-racer that is hiding something very special under the hood. Watch IGR’s interview with Davis at IndieCade 2012 where it was a finalist…

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Preview: Path of Exile

An expansive preview of Path of Exile – the new action RPG hack and slash from New Zealand indie developers Grinding Gear Games

Review: The One and One Story

The One and One Story is a free-to-play browser based platformer with a slight flair for melodrama. This game has an aesthetic style and narrative that is reminiscent of Braid in that it is a mildly bittersweet romance with a dark atmosphere in its excellent artwork. While a short experience, it has some noteworthy qualities.

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Review: New 1000 AD

Like Hyperium, 1000 A.D. is a solely text-based strategy title that can be played in any web browser. In spite of its lack of graphics or audio, can it still manage to spark the imagination? Read the full review…

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Review: Red Eclipse

Red Eclipse is Quake-style fast-paced shooter that offers a nice range of play modes and modifiers. Read the review…

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Review: Deity

Deity is a stealth-action game from students of the famous school Digipen built from the ground up in C++ with a custom engine. Read the full review…

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Review: Ruins

Ruins, and indie game from Cardboard Computer has you directing a dog through an atmospheric 3D landscape of charred trees and broken walls. Its story and presentation are utterly its own.

Review: Keys of a Gamespace

Keys of a Gamespace by Sébastien Genvo working with the University of Metz team offers a stab into a rare genre of gaming – of theory and psychology. Read the full review…