Best Indie Game Music of 2019
A Long Way Down is a promising new take on several genres that already work well together, even if it has a few edges to iron out.
Not for Broadcast combines the frantic resource management of job simulators with subversive commentary on the TV news industry. Read our preview.
Simple, meditative mechanics bely subtle complexity in hex-based plant puzzler Evergarden. Read our complete review.
Forgotten Passages by 26PM is a chill game where you explore a number of tiny atmospheric levels. Read more…
Potata: Fairy Flower is a charming puzzle platformer awash in fairy tale whimsy. Read our complete review.
These games might have passed you by in the barrage of year-end lists. They’re on the lighter side to help ease the seasonal chill.
Red Bow evokes both Japanese horror and ’90s Gameboy games in an experience that’s interesting but ultimately dull.
American Fugitive, by Fallen Tree Games, is a fun isometric open-world crime game with a lot of attention to detail. Read more…
From moody pianos to retro-futuristic electronic textures, IGR presents our Top 10 Indie Game Soundtracks of 2019.
It was something of a renaissance year for mobile games, and indies led the charge! Here are our top 10 favorites for 2019!
After lots of deliberation and playing hundreds of games, we present IGR’s list of the top 10 indie games of 2019.
Fishing: Barents Sea is a good-looking pescatorial adventure, but is it a good catch? Read our full review.
Railroad Corporation is a train simulation that focuses more on management than track placement. Put on your engineer’s cap and read on…
Headliner: NoviNews is a simulation of our ever-intensifying media cycle that succeeds by focusing on the smaller stories.
Pathologic 2 is brutal, unforgiving, bizarre and not for everybody. It’s also absolutely brilliant and unlike anything you’ve ever played.