April 15, 2018

A New Generation of Game Development: An Interview with Sciman101

A lot has changed from the days of Newgrounds and flash games. Indie gamedev has exploded from the proliferation of free game-development. To make games, all you really need is a computer, an internet connection, and the discipline to see your work through. Sciman101 belongs to this new generation.
April 11, 2018

‘Minit’: A Good Time, Sixty Seconds at a Time

A look at Minit: a bite-sized big-little adventure where there's more than what meets the eye
April 10, 2018
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Averting the Apocalypse In Style With ‘Omensight’: PAX East Impressions

Omensight promises to deliver a combination of detective sleuthing and fast-paced action combat and while the former remains yet to be seen, the latter proves to be plenty strong already.
April 7, 2018

Molding the Ideal World With ‘Semblance’: PAX East Impressions

Semblance shows an immense amount of promise as a puzzle-platformer that forces you to think in creative, and sometimes unconventional, ways.
March 30, 2018
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Murder Your Children in Parenting Simulator ‘My Lovely Daughter’

My Lovely Daughter Developer(s): GameChanger Studio Publisher(s): Toge Productions, Another Indie Platform(s): PC Reviewed On: PC (Steam) Release Date(s): 8th March 2018 What if Dr. Faustus had been a loving father? How far would he go to restore his daughter’s soul? GameChanger Studio have answered this question with a macabre […]
March 23, 2018

Indie Snippet: Grimy, Dark Fantasy RTS-inspired ‘Sea Salt’ Demo Shows Unique Potential

A look at the demo for "Sea Salt", a new indie title currently running as a campaign on Kickstarter.
March 12, 2018

‘Perception’: Horror Through New Eyes

Perception Developer(s): The Deep End Games Publisher(s): Feardemic Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch Reviewed On: PC (Steam) Release Date(s): May 30th, June 6th, October 31st 2017 Like most horror games, Perception is kind enough to leave a flashlight lying around for you: it’s a sensible tool for exploring […]
March 8, 2018
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Why ‘Doki Doki Literature Club’ Has to Be Free

The pricing structure for Doki Doki Literature Club is a little unique for a game of its caliber in that there is none, and there's a very good reason for that.
March 5, 2018

‘0°N 0°W’: Familiar Places in Different Spaces

A look at and talking about Colorfiction's other-worldly A/V art adventure title, "0°N 0°W"
March 5, 2018

‘The Final Station’ Review: A Trip Through Mediocrity

The Final Station tries to do many things, but fails to deliver on any of them. It has some interesting ideas, but explores no deeper than the surface. It's a perfectly serviceable game, but you're better off looking elsewhere for a fresh and exciting experience.