Best Indie Game Music of 2019
Occupying a space somewhere between Puzzle Fighter and Clickr! Greedy bankers incorporates the iPhone touchscreen scheme to add a frantic level of heightened speed. Read the full review…
Developed by Singapore-MIT GAMBIT, Improviso offers a fresh feel to two-player story generators, while working to improve game AI in the future.
“Spirits” and “Spirits for iPad” will be available as a free download today in cooperation with FreeAppADay.com. A major update is also around the corner, that will make the game more accessible and add Game Center Achievements.
Shadow Harvest: Phantom Ops from Black Lion Studios shows potential but a host of design and functionality issues plague the overall experience. Read the review…
You are a few simple steps away from qualifying to win a free copy of Natural Selection 2 and other goodies! Read the article to learn how to qualify…
A review of Atom Zombie Smasher from Blendo Games wherein the writer notes the fresh take on the increasingly tiresome zombie apocalypse genre has a bite taken out of it.
Wolves and Eagles duke it out on a magical battlefield that closely resembles a Connect Four board. Does it all line up, or does the bottom drop out?
A review of tower defence strategy game Anomaly: Warzone Earth from independent game developer 11bit, a solid outing that made this writer sit up and pay attention.
A review of Hector: Badge of Carnage – Episode One: We Negotiate With Terrorists from Telltale games, wherein heavy handed sophomoric humor is salvaged by some clever puzzles and art style.
A review of a point-and-click version of a beloved Russian fable. Does this remake of the 2002 Windows title warm the heart, or leave players out in the cold?
Sanctum is a unique mix of strategic tower defense and first person shooter which blend together surprisingly well for such an ambitious blending of genres.
With great power comes great responsibility. Therefore, it logically follows that being invincible is a royal pain in the ass. Read the full review of Who’s the Flying?! aka WTF?!
If you’re a fan of tower defense games and like the retro-minimalist art style evident in the screenshots you’ll be in gamer heaven with Revenge of the Titans.
The first two indie bundles generated over a million dollars last year for charity. The first bundle of 2011 comes […]
Bennu is something that is a bit hard to nail down. One part physics puzzler, one part action platformer, or, in this case, swinging platformer. Read on…