Saturday, February 17, 2018

Developer Spotlight: fluffy

A self-proclaimed “reformed software engineer” who makes “little games,” fluffy is a zealous talent with diverse aptitudes and ambitions.

‘Wattam’ at PAX South 2018: Making Friends with Friends

My experience playing the Wattam demo at PAX South 2018

Review: ‘Super Meat Boy’ on Nintendo Switch

How well does the legendary indie game, "Super Meat Boy", hold up on Nintendo Switch?

‘Furi’ Registers on the Senses Like a Pointillist Work of Art

For fans of well-made but challenging indie games, Furi is a real treat. Part Ninja Gaiden, part Dark Souls, part Metal Gear Solid and very much Punch-Out!!, Furi is a game that manages to feel both new and long-forgotten at the same time.

‘Crawl’ Review: Party in a Dungeon

Reviewing indie game "Crawl", the local multiplayer ARPG brawler now available for the Nintendo Switch

2017: Looking Back at Some of Goomba Stomp’s Best Indie Game Articles

Goomba Stomp spent much of 2017 exploring newer indies, popular indies, and hidden gems. Our talented writers delved into the indie market; playing hours...

Goomba Stomp’s Top 20 Indie Games of 2017

The Goomba Stomp crew has put together a list of the 20 best indie games released in 2017.

‘Brawlout’ – A ‘Super Smash’ Clone that has Plenty of Potential

There’s no denying that Brawlout is influenced by Nintendo’s fighting franchise, even more than every other Smash clone released over the years, but give credit to Angry Mob Games for at least trying to give the game its own identity.

‘Laser League’: A ‘Bomberman’ For the Modern Age

Laser League does what Bomberman doesn't. By taking the basic premise of "territory control" that Bomberman established, Laser League works within a familiar context and adds some interesting changes to the mix.