IndieGameReviewer Picks Our Favorite Indie Games Releases from an Amazing Year!
Indie Game Reviewer offers up a two-hander review of Beatnik Games multiplayer robot romp n stomp indie game, available for Windows and on Steam.
In the June issue of Famitsu, Level 5 made the surprise announcement that Ni no Kuni, their tag team production […]
with additional reporting by Indie Game Freak Old Friends Back From the Dead In the near future we’ll be seeing […]
Easy to pick up, but difficult to master, Puzzle Dimension (Steam) turns physics upside down, and challenges you to do the same with your thinking. Read on…
“Loved” is a short but enjoyable free indie browser game from a very promising new voice to the indie gaming spectrum. Read the full review.
Warhammer 40,000 the MMO is the new time-sucker coming at you from Games Workshop, THQ (the people behind Red Faction) and Vigil Games (Darksiders). Watch the E3 trailer now!
A review of indie game Shatter from Sidhe Interactive – a radical twist on a very old video game genre.
A review of Guns of Icarus from Muse Games and notes on how to make a superficial Steampunk title a great Steampunk game.
From TimeTrap Games comes Emberwind, a surprisingly vast side-scrolling adventure. Read IGR’s review of this indie game from TimeTrap Studios.
When I was a young kid, there was this great cartoon on TV called Simon in the Land of Chalk […]
Get Your Gobble On According to a study conducted by RescueTime research, when Google displayed a working Pac Man game […]
Sleep is Death was never meant to be a pre-fabricated blockbuster experience. It is an interactive storytelling toy chest overloaded with simple, but well-loved toys.
We wanted to share this list of Most Underrated Video Game Heroes because it features some our personal faves like […]
You can usually tell a trend is on the upswing when you set up your project at a site like Kickstarter.com hoping to raise a $15K and then easily besting that number. Indie Game: The Movie is a documentary that did just that.
Want to build and create video games but don’t want to look at a single line of code? If you aren’t playing LittleBigPlanet on the PS3, then maybe The Games Factory 2 is for you.