Review: The Path of Motus

The Path of Motus may appear to be a light-hearted, puzzle-filled romp through a forest, but don’t be fooled: This is a game is confronting the difficult subject of bullying head on, and thing will get surprisingly serious and difficult before the end. Told through a superb...

Fortunes Rivals adds New Character to City of Brass

City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person adventure from Uppercut Games, has released it second major content update today on PC (and coming soon to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One). Titled  “Fortunes Rivals”, the update add something I wasn’t honestly expecting fr...

Interview: Michael Hicks on The Path of Motus

I love it when indie games leverage the interactive nature of video game to try to do something good. It’s not only great to see games address important issues, be they societal, interpersonal, or emotional, so I  can firmly point to them when people not familiar with games...

The Road to PLAY NYC – New Additions

Play NYC is on the horizon, still a ways off but fast approaching, and IndieHangover is an official media partner for this year’s show! As part of this partnership, we’ll be highlighting as many indie games as we can manage, from as many different genres and backgrounds, in the f...

Interview: Ien Cheng of Playful People

Part of the reason I love indie games is just how unique they can be, unfettered by corporate culture and investments of AAA studios. Indie games can fill niches you never would have thought needed to be filled. This is exactly what I thought of when I first heard about Repertoir...

20XX Now Available on Consoles

20XX is one of the indie games we’ve been following since we started IndieHangover. We first ran into the game 4 years ago, when it was called Echoes of Eridu, and have been thrilled to watch it through development, had the opportunity to talk with developer Chris King,  an...

Dead Cells Launches on August 7

Developer Motion Twin has announced that their long awaited ‘roguevania’ action platformer, Dead Cells, will fully launch digitally for PC, Mac, Linux, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on August 7, 2018. Dead Cells will be available for $24.99, but those w...

Aftercharge Enters Beta August 3rd

After a summer full of successful Alpha weekends, Chainsawesome Game’s Aftercharge will be entering Beta on August 3rd. This beta will be a whole weekend: 72 hours long going live on August 3rd at 10:00 am EDT and closing down on August 6th at 10:00 am EDT If you already pa...

Ganbare! Super Strikers Comes to PC July 26, Will Launch on Consoles Later

Rese Games has announced that their tactical soccer RPG, Ganbare! Super Strikers, will launch for PC, Mac, and Linux on July 26, 2018, with PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions launching sometime later in 2018. Ganbare! Super Strikers will have you controlling a soccer team...

Semblance Release Date Announced

Semblance grabbed me as soon as I saw it: a unique take on the idea of a platformer, born from a bug, that was one of the best indie puzzle games we saw at PAX East 2017.  Well, the day where the finished product is finally in our hands is fast approaching: Semblance will be rele...

The Road to Play NYC – Looking Good

Play NYC is on the horizon, still a ways off but fast approaching, and IndieHangover is an official media partner for this year’s show! As part of this partnership, we’ll be highlighting as many indie games as we can manage, from as many different genres and backgrounds, in the f...

Spotlight: The Messenger

At E3 2018, we got some hands on time with Devolver Digital and Sabotage’s upcoming retro inspired action platformer, The Messenger, and it looks like its shaping up to be a worthwhile experience. Heavily inspired by Ninja Gaiden, The Messenger takes place in a feudal Japan...

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