TumbleSeed is a brilliant and underappreciated gem with a highly original mechanic. Find out what makes this mountain worth climbing in our review.
Rogue Continuum offers twin-stick action with Roguelike elements, but how well does it deliver? Read our full review to find out where it sits on the rogue…um…continuum.
What kind of apocalypse story doesn’t include ravenous zombies? Find out in our review of Wanda – A Beautiful Apocalypse.
Devils & Demons, originally released as a mobile freemium game, is loaded with fantasy cliches, but its art and turn-based gameplay are both solid. Read our review.
Jotun features beautiful hand-drawn animation, lots of lonely exploration underworld and grueling boss fights. Read our preview of the beta version.
Last Word from indie dev Twelve Tiles gives urbane party conversation the JRPG treatment. Don your best evening wear and power up your witty repartee.
A Pixel Story is the latest video game about video games; it’s also a fiendishly difficult platformer. Read the full review…
Belladonna, from Swedish indie game developer Neckbolt, is a short but moody gothic adventure for classic point-and-click fans.
Christine Love, the prolific developer of elaborate visual novels and narrative games, has announced a sequel to her most acclaimed […]
In this interview with Gaijin Games designer Danny Johnson, IGR learns about the latest iteration of indie game icon Commander Video as the developers decide to forego the traditional “8-bit” pixel art for a lush 3D for 2D parallax styled version of the sprinter.
With over a hundred levels spread across four environment types, Snapshot from indie developers Retro Affect games (spearheaded by Kyle Pulver) uses picture-taking as its primary puzzle solving game mechanic. Read the full review…
Review of indie game Dead Hungry Diner from Black Market Games. Good news: You’ve found a viable food source that sates a zombie’s need for brains. Bad news: Word got out, and now monsters are queuing up!
Reflexio from Box Jellyfish Studios is best described as an interesting expansion on the platformer concept coated in a very cute aesthetic. How does it fare? Read the full review…
Misfortune is a Steampunk RPG from independent game developers Loadingames completely drawn by a children’s book illustrator. Read the review of the beta we played…
Intergalactic Creations, the developers of Camy Adventures – Episode 1, took that most classic game genre–the platform jumper–and created a quirky little game with strikingly crisp, high-resolution graphics. It’s a testament to the fact that you can make a game with all the modern trappings that stays true to its classic gaming roots.