Review: Light Fall

Have you ever wondered what would happen if the dude from LIMBO loved to speedrun? I sure hadn’t, but it seems Bishop Games may have! Light Fall is a challenging platformer where you can create your own platforms and go at your own pace, whether that’s slow and steady...

Spotlight: The Thin Silence

The Thin Silence is a puzzle platform adventure game from Two PM Studios and Nkidu Games which promotes mental health awareness through its themes. The Thin Silence puts you in the shoes of Ezra Westmark,  a man who has found himself lost deep in a cave after self-imposed exile d...

Spotlight: Fatal Velocity

Fatal Velocity: Physics Combat is one of those games that makes me scratch my head and say “why the heck hasn’t someone already done this!“. The premise is simple: the game is a a multiplayer first person combat game where you have no conventional weapons: no gu...

Interview: Joe Mirabello of Terrible Posture Games

Since I first saw it at PAX East 2017, MOTHERGUNSHIP has been on my radar, a ridiculous and over the top mix of guns, crafting, bullet hell and more guns. I saw the game again at this year’s PAX East, got to try the new demo, and reconnected with the development team. Post-...

Spotlight: Saturday Morning RPG (Nintendo Switch)

Saturday Morning RPG is a turn based role playing game by Mighty Rabbit Studios which originally released for PC and Mobile devices all the way back in 2012 and 2013, and came to PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox One in 2016. On April 26, 2018, it received yet another rel...

Dead Cells Retail Release and Full PC Release Set for August

Motion Twin has announced that their Castlevania inspired rogue-lite action platformer, Dead Cells, will have a retail release for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in August 2018 through their partnership with Merge Games, in addition to a digital release on consoles and a full ...

Review: Solo

I don’t even know where to begin with this game. Solo is one of best games I’ve played in the last five years; as beautiful as it is thought provoking. On its surface, Solo is a simple puzzle platformer with gorgeous visuals and a stunning color palette reminiscent of...

Spotlight: Path of Motus

Indie games have a wonderful opportunity to address major issues and topics in our everyday lives in unique and different ways, outside of the standard AAA tropes. The Path of Motus is a fantastic example of this, tackling the entire concept of hurtful words in a unique, and colo...

5 Phenomenal Party Games from PAX East 2018

This year’s PAX East felt like it was a boon for good party games. Sure, every convention has a ton of multiplayer games, con’s are the best place to show this kind of game, but there were a host of games that seemed like they lended themselves to parties of a few dif...

Play NYC Returns August 11th

Play NYC will be taking place August 11th and 12th, at its new venue, The Manhattan Center, in New York City, from 10 am to 8 pm daily.

Spotlight: Monster Prom

Monster Prom is an indie dating simulation visual novel game developed by Beautiful Glitch and published by Those Awesome Guys, and is similar to last year’s smash hit, Dream Daddy. Instead of single dads, this time around the game revolves around various monsters in high s...

Review: Project Nimbus: Code Mirai

Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is a mech action game developed by GameCrafterTeam and published by KISS ltd. which originally released on Steam on September 26, 2017, after having been in Early Access since 2014. This year, the game made its way to PlayStation 4. Title: Project Nimbu...

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