Duskers is a haunted – and haunting – space sim where you may very well be the last human in the universe, with only remote controlled drones to keep you company. Read our full review.
IndieCade Festival 2016 is fast approaching, and indie game developers just have a few weeks left to submit games for consideration. Read on for details!
Can you run, jump and grapple your way over your superhero opponents? Find out if you have what it takes to beat your friends in our SpeedRunners review.
Does Dicetiny: The Lord of the Dice have what it takes to roll its way to victory? Read our full review.
Strap on that keytar and rewind all your John Hughes videotapes. Megamagic: Wizards of the Neon Age will take you back to the alternative future in this action RPG.
Sit back and enjoy your trip to Stardew Valley. Spend some time with the residents of Pelican Town, while you work on a farm inherited from your grandfather. Fish, forage and mine in this simulation RPG by ConcernedApe.
Sheltered is a bleak but brilliantly executed approach to survival and base management games. Parse out your water rations and read the full review.
The Deer God, developed by Crescent Moon Games, is a challenging platformer circling the idea of karma as well as reincarnation. Read our full review.
While UnReal World has only just appeared on Steam, it has been around for a long time, having been in development for over two decades. Read our review of its latest iteration.
The Dwarves must seek new a new star in the vast reaches of The Endless Stone. Failure will mean the extinction of the race. Read our full review of this tactical adventure game.
Shooting Stars! leans on celebrity lookalikes and memetic web culture in this bullet-hell shmup. Read the full review
The Count Lucanor by Baroque Decay is an entertaining, horrific fairy tale that is shaped by the decisions you make. Read more…
Shardlight, the latest classic point-and-click adventure from Wadjet Eye, is as brilliant as you’d expect. Strap on your gas mask and read our full review.
Said to have the upper half of a beautiful woman and the lower half of a snake, Zeus’ mistress Lamia only makes a cameo in this unusual card game. Read our full review…
The Dwarf Run – despite its title – is no endless runner, but a throwback to classic turn-based RPGs, with humor and some creative puzzles to boot. Read the full review.