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.
Into the Beach is FTL: Faster Than Light developers Subset Games’ take on the mechs-vs.-monsters genre by way of grid-based strategy. Is it a fascinating chess match or a brutal war of attrition? Read our review.
In Braveland Wizard, a young wizard gathers up allies and seeks out a grand adventure. Read our review of this turn-based, hex-based adventure.
Halfway is a polished entry into the tactical turn-based genre from indie developer Robotality. Read our reviewer’s quibbles and praise for this indie title
The team behind SteamWorld Dig has announced SteamWorld Heist. Create a team of robots and wage war on others as you fight for resources in deep space.
Explore brave new worlds in the Outer Limits bundle from Bundle Stars. This collection of 10 games will take you around the globe, and beyond the stars.
A horror game in which the stock teen characters all use their talents to save the camp. Work together, and you might make it out…if you can keep from making out.
Craving great indie games for your iPad? Check out tablet optimized versions of strategy faves, a new beat-em-up, an RPG puzzler, and even something for the kiddies.
Blood, Grain and Steel is a a streamlined turn-based strategy game with overtones of chess and procedurally generated maps as an option from independent Uk developer David Walters. Read the full review…