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The Sparklingly Cute World of Indie Hacker Game Beglitched

The Glitch Witch is gone and she needs a favor. With a computer filled with many secrets, the well-known manipulator for the “fabric of the modern world” needs an apprentice. Can you fill in for her and navigate through…

Scifi Colony Sim RimWorld Sets the Stage for Player Storytelling

If there’s one thing that unites us as human beings, it might just be a love of story. From the toddler begging for a bedtime story to the elder watching the nightly news or the film buff seeking out…

iconDear Esther: Landmark Edition Launch Trailer

Dear Esther immerses you in a stunningly realised world, a remote and desolate island somewhere in the outer Hebrides. As you step forwards, a voice begins to read fragments of a letter: ‘Dear Esther…’ – and so begins a journey…

iconEvent[0] Launch Trailer 2016

Event is an indie sci-fi narrative exploration game where you build a relationship with a lonely spaceship computer to get home to Earth. Available now on Steam.

iconEverspace Early Access Launch Trailer

Everspace combines fast-paced combat with roguelike elements, great visuals and a captivating story in the final release. It takes you on a challenging journey through an ever-changing, beautifully crafted universe full of surprises. Shoot, craft and loot your way to…

Starbound Inspires Passionate Community Creations

Starbound’s countless procedurally generated worlds are a sci-fi lover’s dream. Flying through the galaxy you’ll find austere mountaintop settlements, eerie subterranean lakes, and deserted temples. There’s always something new to stumble across, spurring one’s curiosity and imagination. The game…

iconDiluvion – Announcement Trailer

Inspired by the imaginative works of Jules Verne and the ship-to-ship combat of classics like Wing Commander and Freelancer, Diluvion puts players in command of their very own submarines in a vast, open world of forbidding ocean. After a…
Mafia 3

Mafia III’s Attempt at Racial Inclusivity Is Laudable–and Risky

I don’t buy into previews much. I love reading about the potential of a forthcoming game, but I’m cynical enough to know that often these things don’t work out so well. All too often, we’re told of things like…

iconThe First Tree – Official Teaser

From the creator of Home is Where One Starts… comes The First Tree, a third-person exploration game centered around two parallel stories: a fox trying to find her missing family, and a young couple dealing with a tragedy in…

Indie Game Spotlight: Isometric Adventure Game Lumo

Lumo, developed by Triple Eh? Ltd, is modeled after the classic genre of isometric platform/puzzle games. This modern take on the genre gives a lot of nods to the games that came before it, like Solstice, with references and…
Barbie Fashion Designer

The Lost History of ’90s PC Games for Girls

For nearly twenty years, a small development company has been producing some of gaming’s most resilient, best loved PC games, but few in the mainstream games industry talk about it or take it seriously. The Nancy Drew computer game…
Kathy Rain

iconKathy Rain – A Detective is Born Reveal Trailer

Kathy Rain tells the compelling story of a strong-willed college girl with a knack for detective work and a Harley who returns to her hometown after being gone since childhood. Set in the 90’s, Kathy starts investigating a local…

Indie Game Spotlight: Epistory – Typing Chronicles

Epistory – Typing Chronicles puts you in the role of muse to a writer lacking inspiration for her newest book. You begin on a blank page, and as you explore the world literally unfolds around you. The world is…

Indie Game Spotlight: Charming Adventure Game Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet

Nelly Cootalot, pirate, is the heroine of this very British point-and-click adventure game. The ghost of William Bloodbeard, her mentor, comes to her to warn her about the machinations of his brother, Baron Widebeard. It seems he’s got some…
Solstice

Indie Game Spotlight: Mystery Thriller Solstice Features Two People of Color as Protagonists

Solstice, developed by MoaCube, is a visual novel that is a mystery thriller set in a magnificent city in the middle of a frozen wasteland. During the dead winter season the metropolis is cut off from the rest of…

Indie Game Spotlight: Play as Ophelia Trying To Rewrite Hamlet in Elsinore

Hamlet, like most of Shakespeare’s tragedies, ends with the vast majority of the people in the play dead. Danish noblewoman Ophelia is one of them. In Elsinore, Ophelia awakens from a horrible nightmare that in four days everyone in…
The Walking Dead: Michonne

Suspense, Solidarity and Choice: How Episodic Games Have Changed Gaming

From marathoning my favorite shows to mentally sprinting through a newly acquired novel, a lot of my life involves getting as much content into my brain as possible. As one might expect, I consume video games in the same…
The Flame in the Flood

Indie Game Spotlight: The Flame in the Flood

The Flame in the Flood is a rogue-lite indie game set in post-societal America, and it was created by the Art Director of BioShock and a team of veterans of the BioShock, Guitar Hero, Rock Band and Halo series.…
The Walking Dead: Michonne

Reviews Roundup: The Walking Dead: Michonne

The Walking Dead: Michonne explores the period in the comic book timeline where Michonne leaves Rick, their group, and her katana behind, in order to deal with emotional demons from her past. Players will discover what took Michonne away from…
Mighty No 9

Mighty No. 9 Delayed Again, Thanks to Networking Bugs

Mighty No. 9 has been delayed for the third time, according to a new blog post by the series creator Keiji Inafune. It now has an estimated release date of Spring 2016. The game is intended to be a spiritual successor to the Mega…

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