Maybe it means something, maybe it doesn’t, but we found it interesting to see what articles or reviews have received the highest amount of traffic in Indie Game Reviewer’s history. The results may surprise you…
IGF award-winning indie game Devil’s Tuning Fork, inspired by the works of master optical illusionist M.C. Escher and the sonic echolocation abilities of dolphins and whales, is a first-person exploration/puzzle game in which the player must navigate an unknown world using visual sound waves.
With nothing but your directional arrow keys you can enjoy this amazing storylike odyssey that involves flying a fat balding guy through an 8-bit universe full of amazing characters and interactions. Kind of like floating through the Beatles film Yellow Submarine while color blind. And fused with a Commodore Vic 20.
The NAB Show, the largest media conference in the world hosted by the National Association of Broadcasters and taking place in Las Vegas April 10th-16th, is upon us. Here is the blurb for one of the sessions that caught our attention, titled “She’s Got Game: Exploring the Rising Importance and Influence of Women in Interactive Entertainment”
The indie game scene is funny in that something that has years of history can be so below the radar that introducing it again can be fresh news to the majority. Isn’t that, after all, why we are here? To cast some light on the thousands of hidden gems in the dark mines and pathways of the metaverse? Read IGR’s review of “And Yet It Moves”
Bioshock, the story of a Utopian Art Deco city gone terribly awry, and winner of countless awards and gamers’ polls is available as a Full Legal Download from Direct2Drive for only $5 (for a limited time) as part of their 5th Year Anniversary.