Indie Game Reviewer tests the much-touted VR headset. Truly, you can’t get your head around the Oculus Rift until you get the Oculus Rift around your head.
In Face Noir, by indie devs Mad Orange, Jack Del Nero stumbles into a mystery he must solve if he is to clear his name. To complicate things, he must protect a girl from a mysterious group of strangers.
Oculus presents the IndieCade VR Game Jam! Submit original works for use with the Rift SDK for a chance to display your project at this year’s IndieCade.
The classic 1987 Games Workshop tabletop solo game returns in a new format by Auroch Digital. Storm the lair of Darkness and collapse the portal. Fail, and humanity is lost.
Decorate to Dominate! In Super Splatters, by SpikySnail Games, sweet moves aren’t enough for your audience; a great show needs paint bursts and fireworks. Read our full review…
In Toki Tori 2+, a black ooze is spreading across your home land. Chirp and stomp to command other animals to assist you in your quest. Read the full review.
If a salty dog ye be, take to the sea and match three! Lead your pirate from swabbing the decks to pirate warfare. Scour the seas for the ultimate sea shanty!
R-Boy and L-Girl were on a collective path to love, when monsters stole their heart! She heads left, and he heads right as they both barrel towards victory.
Position your forces to keep out the undead. Outfit your troops to provide bonuses. RPG aspects bring warmth and color to this tower defense epic.
From Logic Artists comes an indie strategy-RPG wherein you lead your troops through Central America to fight for Spain. Great dangers await, as do fame and riches. Read the full review…
The Yawhg from Canadian indie developers Emily Carroll & Damian Sommer is an original Choose Your Own Adventure type interactive story with the added twist of engendering multiplayer interaction and begs for multiple playthroughs. Read the review…
iamagamer hosts its inaugural game jam – Jammin’ For Change to challenge Gender Stereotypes in the Game Industry. Vancouver, July 12-14, 2013
Three years in the making by indie studio Suspicious Developments, Gunpoint is a puzzle/infiltration game wherein you not only re-wire the environment to suit your questionable objectives, but also have the ability to leap over buildings like Superman. Read the full review…
The Royal Society hosted its Game Jam in May, with games based on current scientific research. Check out the science-based finalists, and vote for your favorite.
Cubemen 2 from indie game developers Three Sprockets improves on the original with extensive multiplayer options, elaborate UGC search engine for custom levels and more gameplay modes. But will the players enlist?