Best Indie Game Music of 2019
Winter is coming. In fact, it’s coming in roughly five minutes. Too bad you’ve spent every minute up to now being lazy and generally NOT preparing for hibernation. You now have only one option: jump in a beat up old muscle car and drive through the forest to gather enough resources to sleep through the winter safely.
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.