Landline is a Hitchcockian puzzler built on a novel idea that is unfortunately too fiddly and vague to stand amongst its peers.
A Monster’s Expedition is a fantastic little puzzle game that just about anybody can learn and love, no matter your tastes.
Baba Is You is an innovative, charming puzzler that will upend your idea of how games work as well as how you play them. Read our review.
Explore the Industrial Revolution in Train Valley 2, a railroad strategy game from Flazm that’s now available in Early Access.
In Sorry, James, from indie game developer Konstructors, players explore a puzzling new world through a contemporary lens.
Watch a Let’s Play video of Spry Fox’s charming and always interesting “Road Not Taken” with Indie-Game-Freak
Available for both mobile platforms and Steam, Stay Alight from indie dev Wyse Games is a solid puzzle game, but not a particularly unique one.
Despite some vaguely satirical elements, Please, Don’t Touch Anything from developer Four Quarters, is a surprisingly abstract puzzle game.
A liquid puzzle bordering on “physics toy” territory, this potion-mixing game is lighthearted and fun.
The Talos Principle from indie devs Croteam is about artificial intelligence and the nature of freedom and humanity. read our review of this FPS puzzler.
Mousecraft from indie developer Crunching Koalas is a fusion of Tetrominos with a Lemmings-style deployment of 3 adorable little mice who, upon being released dutifully march towards the cheese. Read the full review…
“Closure” from Eyebrow Interactive is the brainchild of game designer and programmer Tyler Glaiel – plunging the player into a shadowy world wherein orbs of light are the only way to the exit, hinting at dark spectral worlds beyond their auras. Read the full review…
Sporting adorable creatures, a wonderfully wonky color palette, and some decent partner-dependent puzzling, Creavures makes for a charming side-scrolling platformer now available on Steam. Does this crazy diamond shine on, or should you paint it black? Read the full indie game review…