Tag Archives: Indie Game

Bucket Knight Review: Not the Hero I’m Looking For

Games are advancing in a way that was never thought possible at a rate that makes it hard to keep up with the latest trends and emerging genres. At the same time, developers and players still seem to love to always go back to the classics. Think Shovel Knight or The Messenger. Both incredible games […]

Lightmatter Review

“The floor is lava.”  Most would associate the above sentence as one coming from a kid’s game, where imaginations would fuel your games. Not Lightmatter. Lightmatter is a Single-player First Person Puzzler, where you solve puzzles using light to, for lack of a better term, illuminate your way. The very substance of the ambitious is […]

Interview with WitchCrafter Dev: Pawel Jarosz

Pawel Jarosz is an indie developer making an action RPG game called WitchCrafter. As something that started out as a simple idea, WitchCrafter is shaping up to be something special. We had the pleasure of chatting with Pawel about the game, his process and more. You can follow WitchCrafter progress on Twitter, support the game […]

Dauntless Continues to Improve

Author note: I play Dauntless on PS4. Recently, I have been on the hunt for a game that I can really dive into. Something to hold me over until Cyberpunk 2077 arrives. As we all know now, CD Projekt Red has delayed their much-anticipated game until later this year. So finding a game to get […]
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What the Golf? Review: Go Ahead and Strut that Putt

2019 definitely has to be one of the wackiest years for video games. We’ve had a villainous goose, a cat in a mech suit, and even a sheep moving the world with words. But now comes the strangest of them all, the golf ball! If you’re not aware, Triband has recently released What the Golf? […]

Exploring Mars Horizon: An Interview with Auroch Digital

Mars Horizon is primarily a strategy game in which you take on the role of controlling a government space agency at the start of the space race. You’ll have the choice of countries between the USA, Russia or Europe, and then it’s up to you to send rockets into space and start your journey to […]

A Look At An Upcoming Indie Game: Bloodroots

Bloodroots is a fast-paced action game that puts your reaction time to the test as you brutally fight your way through the “weird west.” Paper Cult Games released the demo for this title earlier this week, giving a first impression of the game. With its captivating gameplay and goofy nature, I went from someone who […]

An Interview with the Creators of Whispers of a Machine

Playing a detective with superpowers in a point-and-click adventure game? Sign me up. When I first came across this game on Steam, the premise instantly captured my imagination, so I reached out to Clifftop Games, the studio behind Whispers of a Machine. I was enthused to receive a reply from Joel Staaf Hästö, programmer and […]

Unbound: Worlds Apart – A Puzzling Interdimensional Platformer

I’m always on the hunt for innovative platformers, so I was pumped when I stumbled across Unbound: Worlds Apart. After tinkering with its ingenious portal mechanism for a while in the demo, I’m convinced it’s definitely a title to keep an eye on. Fortunately, the game’s Kickstarter has already nearly doubled its initial goal, and […]

VA-11 HALL-A Review

VA-11 HALL-A (Read: Valhalla) is 5 parts visual novel, 6 parts character development, 3 parts charm, 4 parts mixing drinks with a dash of vulgarity thrown in. All of these elements are on the rocks and deeply blended, expertly mixing them to create an engaging and solid experience. Time to mix drinks and change lives! […]
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