Read IGR’s review of the wacky time-shifting puzzler Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time from indie developer Stickmen Studios.
Review of Power of Defense from indie developer 4SDK – does this tower defense-styled game for Mac, Win and Steam merit the deployment of you strategic genius?
As Auralux from indie developer Ed McNeill has attempted to simplify how an RTS is to be played, it has also succeeded quite admirably in shedding unnecessary layers in its presentation as well. The majesty of space has been boiled down to the bare minimum of planets and little particles of light. Find out more in this review of the game
As first efforts go, Strange World: Castaway from developer Pure Indie Games, is good. It’s your standard platformer, but with some nice level design. And it’s a free download for Windows. Read on to see how the game fares overall.
At 26 years Mark Leung, an entirely self-taught indie game designer has spawned one of the most irreverent politically charged and side-splitting full-length role playing games of all time. Read Indie Game Reviewer’s rundown of the how the full game plays…
You know, Kindle users probably aren’t expecting much more than some X’s and O’s or Solitaire when they lay back on their pillow – which is what makes Triple Town so much more of an acheivement; to invent a non-violent, slow refresh game that fits perfectly within the demographic and platform while bringing something fresh to the table.