IndieGameReviewer Picks Our Favorite Indie Games Releases from an Amazing Year!
The time has finally come to Crush Your Enemies on the Switch! Take control of a barbarian horde as they drink, plunder and destroy everything in their path.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is one of the best multiplayer games out there. How does it hold up on the Switch? Find out in our review!
Is Dungeon Girl a game? Is it a menu? It’s basically just a menu. If you like making choices without experiencing tangible results, this game is for you!
Outpost Zero aims to set itself apart in a genre that is heavily saturated, so is it an unmissable evolution or just another survival game?
Unavowed by Wadjet Eye Games is a fantastically written point-and-click noir mystery with supernatural elements. Read more…
A Rite from the Stars by Risin’ Goat takes you on a magical journey that features a unique variety of puzzles. Read more…
Play a bomb-flinging superhero at war with UFOs in Megaton Rainfall. But is this game really the bomb? Read our full review.
This charming and difficult bullet hell will keep you coming back for more pain. What makes To Hell with Hell so great? Find out in our preview!
After Rain: Phoenix pays tribute to Super Meat Boy, perhaps as much for its difficulty as anything, while wrapping it in an intriguing but ultimately untapped sci-fi yarn. Read the full review…
Can math and games really go together? Find out in our review of Hexologic, an arithmetic puzzler from polish developer MythicOwl.
Polish game developer Empyrean delivers a broad-fun simulator for turning bad properties into better ones. How does this house stack up?
Garage: Bad Trip is inspired by B-movies but plays like an AAA title. Can you handle the intensity? Find out in our review!
Explore a vast new wilderness in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Is this game as mystical as its title? Find out in our review!
Lust for Darkness is a horror game with – as the title suggests – erotic elements. But is its story something worthy of drooling over? Read our review.
King of the World is an RTS game inspired by Risk and boasting of a simplified, stripped down approach making for easy accessibility. Is it a conquering hero, or did the developers simply things too much? Read our Early Access preview to find out.