IndieGameReviewer.com was in attendance for the 2019 IndieCade Awards held at Santa Monica College, California, October 11th, 2019. Who took home the prizes?
Run by Stephanie Barish, Sam Roberts and Celia Pearce, The IndieCade Festival is the premiere international event dedicated to celebrating […]
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IGR team scoured the halls at Santa Monica’s College of Media and Design for the latest & best new indie games at IndieCade 2018. Here are their top picks.
Detective Case and the Express Killer is a text-based narrative comedy with light puzzle solving gameplay built around it. As a result the game thrives or falls with the quality of its humor.
This charming and difficult bullet hell will keep you coming back for more pain. What makes To Hell with Hell so great? Find out in our preview!
Garage: Bad Trip is inspired by B-movies but plays like an AAA title. Can you handle the intensity? Find out in our review!
Explore a vast new wilderness in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Is this game as mystical as its title? Find out in our review!
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.
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?
Abo Khashem is a charming – if occasionally flawed – collection of varieties crammed inside a single bizarre adventure game. Read our complete review.