In this exclusive interview with Jean-Michel Vilain – CEO of indie game studio Abrakam SA – we talk about the art and design of popular digital collectible card game Faeria.
Deck of Ashes takes deck-building combat in darker directions. Read our review to learn whether it really kicks ash…
Pesterquest is a love letter to the Homestuck universe that fans of the comic will undoubtedly love, but there’s little here for anyone else.
Conglomerate 451 recently got new content, but is this grid-based, cyberpunk dungeon-crawler just a disposable clone? Read on to find out.
Take a break from the global crisis and let these underrated video games from March appeal to your sense of whimsy.
Femida is a trial simulator with an interesting political undercurrent, but it fails in execution (pun intended).
Damaged in Transit by Everook is a difficult, action-based puzzle game about carefully guiding fragile robotic drones. Read more…
Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000 provides Pong with the RPG update for the modern age that the world has long clamored for.
Through the Darkest of Times is a simulation of the everyday work of resisting fascism. Read on to find out if it’s fun or just educational.
Headliner: NoviNews is a simulation of our ever-intensifying media cycle that succeeds by focusing on the smaller stories.
Spring Falls is an unexpectedly soothing puzzle game from lead Cuphead programmer Eric Billingsley. Relax and read on…
SIMULACRA will make you genuinely afraid to get to the bottom of its mysteries, even while you can’t help but keep investigating.
After falling on hard times, the Leisure Suit Larry series goes back to its roots, but unfortunately it has plenty of problems, old and new.
Indivisible is a fresh take on an old genre that newbies and the old guard alike will find something to love about.
Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones dispenses with the usual build-up and plops you into a setting where Cthulhu’s cult reigns victorious.