Hyper Light Drifter combines Link to The Past and Super Meat Boy to produce a surreal, punishing experience. Read the review.
Deserted combines action-RPG combat and exploration on a strange alien planet. Is it worth the struggle to survive? Read our review.
Loot River combines unforgiving melee combat with…sliding blocks?! It shouldn’t work, but does it? Read on…
FICTiVETRUiSM reports on his favorite demos highlighted during the Steam Next Fest, taking place online all this week.
It’s the middle of summer and way too hot, so this month’s top underrated indies are all turn-based so you can cool off between moves.
A game’s musical score, at its best, can act as the game’s subconscious, subtly whispering deeper truths. Here are our top 10 soundtracks for 2016!
Indie-Game-Reviewer is proud to present our choices for the Top 10 Indie Games of 2016, along with some honorable mentions that stuck with us. Read on…
Read our full coverage of the official award winners at the 2016 IndieCade Festival, which took place October 13-16 in Los Angeles, California!
IndieCade 2016 is huge! For this list, we are going to cover only digital independent video games, leaving out VR, board & card games and the “big games.”
The Humble GameMaker bundle features development studio GameMaker: Studio Pro, plus games and even source code! Read inside for details.
StoryBundle, a bundle site devoted to books, is offering the Giga Game Bundle: a special deal for books about games. Read on for more details.
Featuring a gargantuan 76 games, Indie MEGABOOTH brings one of the world’s largest collections of noteworthy indie titles to Pax Prime 2015.
2014 was a series of brilliant indie gaming flashes, the ghosts of which still linger on our eyes. Which titles will fetch our gaze in 2015?
IndieCade 2014 has come and gone and now the IGR team shares its special finds and thoughts on this year’s premiere independent game festival.
IndieGameReviewer.com rounds up some of its best bets for IndieCade 2014 top game selections.