The Top 10 Best Indie Games of 2013

A year in the making , ten writers in five countries, and thousands of games later, presents The Top 10 Indie Games of 2013 (and runners-up)


Review - Savant: Ascent

Savant: Ascent is a collaboration between indie developer D-Pad Studios and Norwegian dubstep artist Aleksander Vinter aka SAVANT. This fast-paced rhythm based arcade action title is a bass wobbling thrill ride. Read the full review…


Review - Face Noir: Slick Point and Click

In Face Noir, by indie devs Mad Orange, Jack Del Nero stumbles into a mystery he must solve if he is to clear his name. To complicate things, he must protect a girl from a mysterious group of strangers.

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Unmechanical by Talawa Games

In Unmechanical you pilot a tiny robot who has been snatched from his friends and family, and uncover the mysteries of the strange automated confines within which he is now trapped.

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Reus by Abbey Games

Reus is a handsome -looking god game from indie developer Abbey Games that is just as likely to engage a puzzler audience as it is Black and White ex-pats. Read the full review…


Review: Rise of the Ravager

Rise of the Ravager from Gentleman Squid Studios pits you against a god eager to be revived. Find the rhythm of battle and take out his multi-hued minions!

Review: Primal Carnage

Dinos and humans go head -to-head in PVP combat. Each side hopes to make lunch of the other. The only thing not on the menu is harmony. Read IGR’s full review.