Zach Barth is publishing an art book detailing the history of Zachtronics games; read on for the full details.
Polish studio Black Nest has suspended development on their cyberpunk adventure Retro Synthesis. Its Kickstarter campaign has also been cancelled.
FOX n FORESTS is a retro-inspired journey into 16-bit era platformers that stands out for its interesting weather mechanics. Visit the foxy forests in all four seasons and read our complete review.
CheckPoint, a new nonprofit organization, is raising funds for a new video series about mental health and video games. Read the full article.
Hyper Light Drifter combines Link to The Past and Super Meat Boy to produce a surreal, punishing experience. Read the review.
Gamekicker is a new crowdfunding platform launching March 1st. The twist? It focuses exclusively on indie video games! Read more…
Stoic Studio has announced at this year's GenCon that MegaCon Games will produce a board game based on The Banner Saga.
It’s been a banner year for The Banner Saga! The latest news: Stoic Studio’s announcement of a tabletop board game based on the franchise. Read the article for the full details.
Independent by Design, the new book covering today’s top independent game studios has exceeded its Kickstarter goals. Read our article for details.
Currently seeking Kickstarter funding, Independent by Design is a fancy hardcover book covering many of today’s most interesting indie studios. Read our article for more details.
ViSR is a lightweight device that works with your smartphone to bring you the VR experience for a much smaller price tag. Get the info for this Kickstarter.
A year in the making , ten writers in five countries, and thousands of games later, IndieGameReviewer.com presents The Top 10 Indie Games of 2013 (and runners-up)
Making good on the promise to speed up the release of Greenlit titles, Steam unleashed an additional 25 indie titles. Read the full list.
Valve’s Team Fortress 2 will fully support Oculus’ VR headset, the Rift.
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You can usually tell a trend is on the upswing when you set up your project at a site like Kickstarter.com hoping to raise a $15K and then easily besting that number. Indie Game: The Movie is a documentary that did just that.