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A review of Flatout 3: Chaos and Destruction. Do the wheels meet the road in this indie racer?
Red Eclipse is Quake-style fast-paced shooter that offers a nice range of play modes and modifiers. Read the review…
When you think about it, every half-a-star is 1 point in a 10 point system. But, the issue is not with the 10 point system, it’s all in how the reader has been manipulated by pandering scores to only accept 8-10 scores as ‘good’…
An innovative puzzle game, even if the difficulty seems unrelenting. Players who stick through the frustrating bits will find a complex blend of puzzle styles.
Hard Reset from Flying Hog gets a facelift, new monsters and levels with the Hard Reset: Extended Edition
Wadjet Eye, purveyor of such fine titles as Gemini Rue, To the Moon and The Shivah has finally made all four of its Blackwell games available on Steam. Read all about it…
Deity is a stealth-action game from students of the famous school Digipen built from the ground up in C++ with a custom engine. Read the full review…
Master your blasters faster, or face disaster. Waves of attackers will test your mettle. Upgrade, stack and program your units to create the ultimate defense.
Indie Game Reviewer’s top ten indie games of 2011 with a long list of honorable mentions for best independent games of the year.
A review of To The Moon – a JRPG-styled indie game from Freebird Games. Read on to discover why this futuristic tale was one of the most beloved in 2011.
With the new DLC for Dungeons of Dredmor, Gaslamp Games, the micro-indie, has successfully created a witty, fun adventure that will open the door for players who might not have tried a Rogue-like otherwise
Battleground Defense from indie game dev Evelyn Labs is a casual game for iOS which integrates the classic tower defense game play with modern warfare.
Improving on the already stunning visuals that made the original Trine famous, Trine 2 further refines the experience, and even includes online co-op play.
The Cloud Gaming service Onlive looked an extremely promising platform for Indie Games to thrive on, is it living up to expectation?