REVIEW: RUSH

From Two tribes – the good people that brought you Toki Tori – comes Rush; a twisting stylish puzzle game for Windows, Steam and WiiWare, with conveyor belts, stop signs, warps and other shenanigans. Read the review and see if this crazy head twister can keep it together or whether it will keep you…

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Review: Tommy Tronic

Tommy Tronic is every little boy’s imaginary adventure come true. The game takes a wee lad with a giant noggin, arms him with a bright, plastic weapons (each complete with the bright orange safety muzzle) and sends him on a daunting quest through an enchanted forest, full of nasty veggies, bugs and a large assortment of other creepers. Read the Indie Game Review and find out why this ain’t just another Mario clone…

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Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World

An indie game review of Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World from Cateia Games – wherein we discover whether this Steampunk-influenced Point & Click in Space stands out from the pack…

Review: AlternativA

There isn’t any innovation in AlternativA, so we’ve rating it on the elements. On one hand, what’s good is very good, but on the other hand, what’s bad is very bad.

Review - Winter Voices Prologue: Avalanche

A review of indie game Winter Voices Prologue: Avalanche recently released on Steam and for Windows from French developer Beyond the Pillars. Can this first chapter build enough charge to make it through six more?

Review: Shank

Exploitation films have made a comeback recently and so have old-school 2D Platform games. The good people at Klei Entertainment asked, why not blend the two? Why not, indeed. Shank is certainly a strange breed, but it got the best features of both parents. Be forewarned though, the best parts of exploitation film is NOT under any circumstances meant for children.

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King's Legacy, Shaman Odyssey: Tropic Adventure

This started out as a review of King’s Legacy a time/resource management title from Cateia Games, but after having an opportunity to play Shaman Odyssey I had to include it. Why, you ask? Well because when it comes to gameplay, they are virtually identical.

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Review: Laserbrain

A review Laserbrain – an exciting new puzzle/action/strategy game from indie developer Paradoxys.

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Review: Desktop Dungeons

From developers QCF in Capetown South Africa, Desktop Dungeons is an official entrant to IGF’s 2011 Festival that pays tribute to the early dungeon crawler Rogue which used randomly generated dungeons and has since become its own genre. QCF adds a twist by giving the player a finite amount of choices with which to solve the micro maps. Read on for the full review.

Review: The Ball

From independent developer Teotl Studios and Tripwire Interactive comes The Ball – a solid first person shooter and puzzle game built on the Unreal engine coming to Games for Windows and Steam. See what IGR’s reviewer’s thought…

Review of Incognito: Episode 1

Review of Incognito: Episode 1 from independent Canadian game developer Magrathean. How does the first episode in the epic indie fare?

The story-line that weaves together the cross-genre web of game-play that is Incognito is kind of like what would happen if an episode of Doctor Who did it with an episode of the Twilight Zone. The resulting offspring is a vague but seemingly colourful tale that is going to be told across multiple downloadable episodes.

IndieCade 2010 Coverage - Review: Fractal

A review of Fractal from developer Cipher Prime as Indie Game Reviewer covers the IndieCade 2010 independent games festival in Culver City, California.

“Slick, explosive and wickedly addictive. Fractal brings together the best parts of Hexic and Lumines, and then blows them both to itty-bitty pieces.”

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King's Bounty: Crossworlds asks if you've got time to Kill

King’s Bounty: Crossworlds from Katauri Interactive and 1C Company – reviewed by Indie Game Reviewer.

“Before you buy this game, make sure you are at a point in your life where you can afford to spend dozens of hours playing a video game, because King’s Bounty is a huge {time-suck and game-play sessions can easily extend into day-long affairs as combat sessions become increasingly involved, before it finally leaves you to collapse in a heap asking yourself where the hell the day went. And for those of you who are die-hards who play Impossible mode – this write-up is not for you.”

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Jisei - The First Case: Someone’s Been J-Popped. Can You Discover the Killer? Gambatte!

Life is hard enough for a teenage boy without being plagued by visions of how people have died. In Jisei, you play as just such a youth, unfortunate enough to have stumbled upon a dead body in the restroom of the coffee shop you’re sitting in.

Jisei from indie developer Sakevisual is an interactive manga murder mystery game for Windows, Mac and Linux, read the indie game reviewer write up now.