IndieCade 2014 has come and gone and now the IGR team shares its special finds and thoughts on this year’s premiere independent game festival.
In Which The Plot Walks The Plank
The little puzzle platformer that happens at you
Onlive: Essentially you will be able to play any game anywhere, anytime over a broadband connection without any downloads. Similarly, you can play demos for any of these games to check ’em out before committing to the full game.
Whether or not the game lived up to the hype, one can’t deny that the marketing for this quirky camera […]
Prior to the Wii’s release, it was leaked that Nintendo was sending free developer kits to small scale game designers. Following that, they announced that indie game designers could get their hands on these kits for less than two thousand dollars. All this made it obvious that Nintendo was opening the door to fresh talent and ideas. Of course, not just anyone can get involved with video game design at Nintendo, as there are still many requirements that have to be met. Here are just a few of them.