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How to turn ‘Animal Farm’ into a Video Game of Politics and Fairy-tales

Overall, adapting Orwell is no easy task, but it seems that the team at Animal Farm game are starting down the right lines for a faithful modernization and it’ll be exciting to see how the process develops.

‘Life Is Strange: Before the Storm’, Episode One — ‘Awake’ is a Deep, Deep...

The first installment in "Life is Strange: Before the Storm" is clever, polished, and hella powerful.

Afterthought: ‘Pyre’ Represents The Great Journey of Life

Is there a hope for a better world? That's the question Pyre asks and hopes to answer.

‘Reigns: Her Majesty’ Swept Right for a 2017 Release

A matriarchal sequel to Reigns has been announced for a 2017 digital release for the App Store, Google Play Store and PC/Mac systems.

‘Tacoma’ Creates Comfort in A Deep, Dark, Lonely Space

It’s hard not to think of Tacoma as a game or even a narrative piece, but the truth is that Tacoma is an interactive experience. It might not reward you in the same ways as other games, or books, or even plays. It’s a different kind of medium, where you get out of it what you put into it.

Review: ‘StellarHub’ is Nothing But Empty Space

The concept of a base-building game in space seems simple, But does Stellar Hub truly ascend to the stars, or just languish as space scrap in this task?

‘1bitHeart’ is Your Regular Japanese Oddity But Weirder

Developed by the mysterious △○□× (Miwashiba), '1bitHeart' is a simplistic friendship simulator published by Playism.

One Year Later: Where Does ‘No Man’s Sky’ Stand?

About one year ago, No Man’s Sky (NMS), developed by an aspiring indie team Hello Games, crash-landed into the current gen and PC marketplace leaving a wave a confusion and terror in its wake.

Picking The Brains of Brain&Brain, The Indie Devs Behind ‘Burly Men at Sea’

Goomba Stomp got the opportunity to talk adventure and the gaming industry with Brooke and David Condolora, the married duo behind the acclaimed 'Burly Men at Sea'.
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Indie Snippet: ’29’, the Abstract Moving Piece of Art

Under development, '29' is an abstract episodic game which follows Bo and Ao as they pack up their things and give their goodbyes.