An interview with Scott Brodie of Heart Shaped Games, on how he left his job at Microsoft to start a multi-generational hero title for Facebook.
Maybe the most important thing to note about Bleating Sheep Productions’ “A Divine Night Out” is that it isn’t actually a game. Read the full review…
Imagine being armed with all the skills you need to explore a city and its secrets from the very start of the game. The Curfew puts you in the position of an unnamed protagonist who has to protect valuable information that may potentially bring down the tyrannical Shepherd Party government.
Picaroon is an RTS with some MMO elements (or what the devs call an MMORTS; it’s free to play, but if you really want to wallop your opponents, be prepared to shell out the doubloons.
Kingdom of Loathing, a deliberately low-fi but wonderful free browser-based MMORPG has undergone some serious updates. It’s time to take another look.
A review of “Onslaught! Arena” from Lost Decade Games – a fast-paced, arcade-style medieval fantasy shoot ’em up. Fans of retro classics like Archon, Smash TV, Geometry Wars and Gauntlet should feel right at home.. Does this hyper 8-bit styled fantasy shmup for web browsers bring the killer waves? Read the full indie game review.