New Trailer for Hovership Havoc

Solo Developer Colby Breidenstein (a.k.a. Snow Day Software) has released a new gameplay trailer for his game Hovership Havoc, which looks incredibly slick. Currently planned to release in Q1 2019 for PC and XboX One, Hovership Havoc has a host of interesting features to get exci...

The Winners of the 2018 CEEGA

Last Saturday, the first Central and Eastern European Game Awards (CEEGAs) took place at the Poznan International Fair. The CEEGA is designed to honor the best games in the following categories:such as Visual Art, Audio, Design, Narrative, Technology, Hidden Game, Best Mobile Gam...

Kickstarter Watch: IMMURE

As All Hallows Eve approaches, it’s the perfect time to delve into some spooky indie games, be they jump scare laden fright-fest, or more cerebral experiences of spookiness. Currently on Kickstarter, IMMURE strikes a surprisingly solid balance between these two extremes of ...

Review: Pig Eat Ball

“I am not surprised” my mom said when heard barf sounds in a game I was playing. I wonder whether the dev team behind Pig Eat Ball, named Mommy’s Best Games, had moms’ reactions as one of their goals. Warning! If you’re feeling sick — you’re likely to do w...

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Out Now

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is now available on Discord, which launched its own digital store front today, and will come to consoles Oct. 18.    Adam must confront the seven deadly sins by permanently sacrificing part of his vitality or equipment before tackling each o...

Interview: 98DEMAKE on September 1999

Recently, I played September 1999, a short horror game made by 98DEMAKE. While only being just over 5 minutes long in total, those 5 minutes were stuffed full of atmosphere and terror, and I wanted to find out a bit more about the design philosophy of the developer behind this sh...

AVARIAvs To Release Nov. 8th

Announced today, AVARIAvs will be released on Steam on November 8th of this year.   In AVARIAvs, players choose a party of 3 heroes to battle against an opponent’s party. During battle, opposing players choose their actions simultaneously and then witness the mayhem of their...

Moonlighter Heads to Nintendo Switch on Nov. 5

Publisher 11 bit studios and developer Digital Sun have announced that their dungeon crawling action RPG, Moonlighter, will launch on Nintendo Switch on November 5. Moonlighter will be released both physically and digitally for Nintendo Switch, while the physical edition for Play...

Ode to a Moon Announced

Colorfiction has announced his next game, Ode to a Moon, and it promise a more directed, more terrifying experience than the strangely zen experience that was 0°N 0°W.   As a photo-journalist for a popular tabloid, you’re tasked with covering a historic fall festival in a fa...

Indie MEGABOOTH GDC & PAX East 2019 Submissions Open

The Indie MEGABOOTH is now accepting video game submissions for its 2019 Game Developers Conference (GDC) showcase, and video game and tabletop game submissions for PAX East 2019. If you are looking to submit a game for consideration to either event, or just want to learn a bit m...

Review: Whispering Willows (Nintendo Switch)

Whispering Willows is a puzzle adventure title originally released for PC in 2014,  with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions coming out in 2015. Recently, it was released on the Nintendo Switch, and we took that opportunity to take a look:  Title: Whispering Willows Developer: N...

Review: Armello

When the King falls to madness, it’s up to you to remove him from power. But even in his corrupted state the king is strong, he’s protected by guards, and you’re not the only one who feels compelled to take his place as ruler of the kingdom. Did I forget to ment...

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