Best Indie Game Music of 2019
No multiplayer, no RPG elements, but Hard Reset, an indie first person shooter from Flying Wild Hog brings the action. William Gibson and Ridley Scott would both weep at the visual depth of Hard Reset. Read the full review…
With delightful, smooth macabre graphics and terrific music and sound, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is a solid outing from a couple of guys with much experience in the entertainment world, but little in the gaming spectrum.
Maybe the most important thing to note about Bleating Sheep Productions’ “A Divine Night Out” is that it isn’t actually a game. Read the full review…
The tug of war sub-genre was made popular by such games as Warcraft 3 and Starcraft 2 by way of custom maps. Alien Hallway is a tug of war PC game on Steam.
They say that films and games have a dreamlike quality, and this strikes potent and true with with Krystian Majewski’s indie “Trauma.” The interactive game emphasizes storytelling and visceral experiences that resonate through gradual interactive progression.
Frozen Synapse is a tactical turn-based strategy game from Mode 7 Games that uses right-click menus and randomly generated elements. Read the full review…
A new gameplay trailer from the highly anticipated indie mecha first person shooter has been released. Does it make good on the promise of the early screenshots?
Blocks that Matter from Swing Swing Submarine, combines self-referential post-modern storyline, great platforming gameplay, and some wickedly challenging puzzles.
An Interview by GrafixGFX aka Dale, with MinMax Games, the company behind Space Pirates and Zombies
A review of Best in Show Solitaire, a themed casual card game from indie developer Graduate Games. How does it fare?
Are you an indie game developer looking for recognition, to build your network of contacts, to gain exposure, receive the accolades your deserve for your countless hours/years of work?
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, The Guildhall at SMU and GameStop are offering aspiring video game developers a chance to compete for a quarter million dollars in prizes!
Despite serious and much ballyhooed controversy as it launched on Steam stemming from DRM issues, From Dust from Ubisoft is a good looking, intriguing entry into the god-game genre that is worthy of attention.
While scouring distant corners of the galaxy, an unspeakable evil is uncovered. Collect resources and build fleets of ships, lest humanity end up devoured in Space Pirates and Zombies (aka SPAZ) from MinMax games.
A review of Fate of the Pharaoh from indie developer Cateia Games. In their latest outing, the company focuses the gameplay, cuts out the fat and turns out a stronger iteration of their cute-styled civ sim template.
We love the ride back in time to some of our favorite old console platforms and 8-bit graphics. Here’s hoping the game matches the clever brilliance of the trailer.