Indie Collective is a monthly column that brings you the best new indie releases and titles that stand out so you can follow the games that are pushing boundaries, telling new stories, and making gaming the place to be.
Flame in the Flood is Don’t Starve meets Toobin,’ and for the most part, it works. It’s beautiful, stylish, fun, difficult, frustrating, and overall well worth checking out for fans of both survival sims and stylish indies.
Disclaimer: This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. A Hat in Time is the first game released by indie studio, Gears for Breakfast, but the...
The Solus Project is a linear exploration game, with simple crafting and survival mechanics to add another level of game-play to what is, for the most part, a walking simulator.
Gears for Breakfast has done a fantastic job of revisiting an old genre with a new, fresh perspective.
Night School Studios created a new supernatural thriller that has some of the best sound design in years, and now it’s available to play on the Nintendo Switch.
Created by ex-IO Interactive developers, 'ECHO' is an intriguing stealth game which focuses on the player teaching the AI how to defeat them.
On this day in 1987 Maniac Mansion was released for the Commodore 64, to be later ported to the up and coming Nintendo Entertainment System for gamers on the cutting edge of 8-bit technology.
The games we play often take themselves too seriously. Do you ever just want to have a good laugh? That's exactly where Golf Story comes in.
An absolute triumph of RPG design, and a sprawling, content filled game that's sure to enthrall any and all that dive into it. With great quests, satisfying combat, and intelligent systems that all feed into the flow of gameplay perfectly.