Harmony: The Fall of Reverie is a gorgeous and thoughtful visual novel that keeps you engaged even when the plot loses itself.
Nocturnal delivers side-scrolling combat and thoughtful puzzle design in a moody, dark fantasy setting. Read our complete review.
The Legend of Gwen is a 3D platform game about a little witch. Is it a spell for success or a frustrating hex? Read our full review.” is a 3D platform game about a little witch. Is it a spell for success or a frustrating hex? Read our full review.
Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death pairs figures from Arthurian legend with the the Jack the Ripper mystery in Victorian London. Read our review…
White Shadows combines atmospheric puzzle-platforming with enigmatic social commentary. Read our full review.
A Juggler’s Tale is a short but sweet adventure platformer with a compelling narrative and tons of style to spare.
Sir Lovelot is a gorgeous precision platformer that’s full of charm but a little light on new and interesting ideas.
Sony opened up the VR floodgates at E3 2016. See some of the titles that have us eager to strap on the headgear.
Indie developers Telltale Games, known for their work on Sam and Max and The Walking Dead launch a new adventure based on Bill Willingham’s Fables comics. Read the full review…
New Content and a New Platform Announced for the Winner of over 90 Game of the Year Awards Based on Robert Kirkman’s Groundbreaking Comic Book Series at 2013’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.
Sony and Microsoft both revealed a lot about their PS4 and Xbox One consoles at E3. When it comes to indie games, they seem to have decidedly different approaches.
PlayStation 4 is already claiming to be a far more accessible development platform, and has Jonathan Blow’s The Witness as a launch window exclusive. Will we see more indie games on the PlayStation Network in the future?