As gigantic moving projections became the facades of buildings, and massive towers of speakers carried the soundtrack for the dancing images that graced hundreds of over-sized LED displays, there is no question that technology and art can (and often do) go hand-in-hand.
IndieGameReviewer covers the Hand Eye Society’s Arcadian Renaissance indie game exhibit at Toronto’s all night city-wide Nuit Blanche art event. No quarters required!
“Loved” is a short but enjoyable free indie browser game from a very promising new voice to the indie gaming spectrum. Read the full review.
A review of Guns of Icarus from Muse Games and notes on how to make a superficial Steampunk title a great Steampunk game.
Get Your Gobble On According to a study conducted by RescueTime research, when Google displayed a working Pac Man game […]
Koramgame just launched the US Alpha test for their game Kungfu Online, and as a sucker for pretty art, I gave it a whirl.
With nothing but your directional arrow keys you can enjoy this amazing storylike odyssey that involves flying a fat balding guy through an 8-bit universe full of amazing characters and interactions. Kind of like floating through the Beatles film Yellow Submarine while color blind. And fused with a Commodore Vic 20.