Review - Face Noir: Slick Point and Click

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 Announces IndieCade VR Jam

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.


Review: Toki Tori 2+

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.

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Review: Scurvy Scallywags

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!


Review: Binary Maze

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.

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Review - Expeditions: Conquistador

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…

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Review: The Yawhg

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…


Events: Jammin' For Change

iamagamer hosts its inaugural game jam – Jammin’ For Change to challenge Gender Stereotypes in the Game Industry. Vancouver, July 12-14, 2013


Review: Gunpoint

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…

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Review: Cubemen 2

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?