IndieGameReviewer Picks Our Favorite Indie Games Releases from an Amazing Year!
Omensight is at once a murder mystery, a time travel adventure, and a story about the end of the world. Read our full review.
Is Agony worth all the hype, or is playing this game a hellish experience? Find out in our review!
FAR: Lone Sails is an interpretive experience that’s all about the journey – in this case, the journey of a train-driven land ship – rather than the destination. Read our complete review…all aboard!
Badass Hero brings together Rogue-like mechanics and over-the-top comic book themes. Is it on track to become the next superhero blockbuster? Read our Early Access preview…
FOX n FORESTS is a retro-inspired journey into 16-bit era platformers that stands out for its interesting weather mechanics. Visit the foxy forests in all four seasons and read our complete review.
Primarily geared as a cooperative game, 39 Days to Mars is a point-and-click steampunk space adventure that tasks its players with overcoming a string of puzzles. Read our full review…
Double Kick Heroes is a post-apocalyptic rhythm game that will test your mettle while blasting you with metal. Get those horns up and read our Early Access preview!
InnerSpace lets players explore inverted spherical worlds, but are its flight mechanics enough to keep you intrigued, or will this game just leave you blowin’ in the wind? Read on…
Acceleration of SUGURI 2 hits fast and hard. Do those hits land? Find out in our review of this bullet hell boss battle game from Orange_Juice!
Visual Out is a combat-free game of platforming and exploration. Will this journey through a stylized ’80s-flavored computer have you hitting CTRL-ALT-DELETE? Read our full review.
Into the Beach is FTL: Faster Than Light developers Subset Games’ take on the mechs-vs.-monsters genre by way of grid-based strategy. Is it a fascinating chess match or a brutal war of attrition? Read our review.
Apocalipsis: Harry at the End of the World is a short but sweet point-and-click adventure inspired visually and thematically be the early Renaissance in general and Dante Alighieri in particular. Is this journey into hell worth taking? Read our review.
Indie favorite development software GameMaker Studio from YoYoGames adds Nintendo Switch as a development platform.
Space Tyrant features a colorful aesthetic to amp up the action in the 4X genre for quicker sessions but perhaps too much RNG. Read the full review…
Recently ported to the Nintendo Switch, this 2015 game about hunting, deer and arguably religion is nothing if controversial. Is it a tranquil and thoughtful work of art, or a big bucking disappointment?