Spelkollektivet Open New Doors to Developers

One thing I’ve been continually inspired by since I began covering the indie Development community is how supportive the community can be, regardless of nationality, creed or class. Being a game developer seems in many way to transcend language and origin, even if their wor...

Interview: Patric Fallon of Moebial Studios

We’ve already made it pretty clear we’re excited for Aquamarine’s Kickstarter Launch on October 2nd. We’re incredibly intrigued and interested to see what Moebial Studios is creating after getting a taste of what to expect at Play NYC this year. Before the...

Editorial: The Closure of Telltale Games

This article includes SPOILERS for the following Telltale Games titles: The Walking Dead series, both Batman titles, Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, and Minecraft: Story Mode (season one). These and all of TTG’s creations are far better with as little spoiled ...

IndieCade Nominees Announced

The official nominees for the 2018 IndieCade festival have been announced. IndieCade, which will be hosted on October 12 and 13 in Santa Monica, is marking it’s 11th year going, crossing over that decade line, and will be showcasing more than 100 of the newest emerging titl...

Revita Announced by BenStar

Over the weekend, developer BenStar officially announced a new project and released some key art, screenshots and gifs of the game. Titled Revita, it’s bold colors, lightning fast gameplay and charm immediately caught my eye.   Revita is a 2D Twinstick Platformer Rogue...

Aftercharge Delayed to Jan. 2019

Unfortunate news today: Chainsawesome Games’ Unique 3V3 Shooter Aftercharge will be delayed until January of next year. The Game was most recently set for a September 12th launch, awaiting Xbox One certifications, which were cleared last Friday. However, the team has unanim...

Interview: Greg Lobanov on Wandersong

Wandersong has been on my radar since it’s Kickstarter three years ago. A brightly colored game of music, mischief and adventure, it seemed a wonderfully upbeat alternative to the violent video games I saw so often when looking through the new and upcoming titles. It’...

Review: Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings

A game about planes and an obvious inspiration from Amelia Earhart – those two things caught my attention in a retweet about the game of Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings. Once it was out, I got it for PS4 and first played on a stream. Because anything is better with friends,...

Review: The Gardens Between

Time is a fickle thing, and while many of us may want to turn the clock back to relive times from our past, it’s probably safe to say that none of us can. Arina and Frendt can, though, which they discover while sitting in their treehouse in the rain. Adventure along with th...

Action Platformer Renaine Coming to PC and Nintendo Switch in 2019

Publisher Dangen Entertainment and developer Octosoft have announced Renaine, a new action platformer set to be released for PC and Nintendo Switch in 2019. Renaine stars the Phoenix Knight, Aine, as she  goes on a journey to slay a seemingly undefeatable dragon and avenge Ren, A...

Aquamarine Kickstarter Coming Oct 2

Aquamarine was the winner of our Editor’s Choice Award at this year’s Play NYC. It’s absolutely drop dead gorgeous graphics, compelling mechanics and interesting approach to n alien ecosystem have very firmly put it close to top of our Watch List. Now, Aquamarin...

Iris.Fall Revealed in New Trailer

I’m a sucker for a good atmospheric puzzle game, and Iris.Fall seems to fit that bill perfectly. Being developed by NEXT Studio and currently set for a release in November of this year, Iris.Fall looks hauntingly gorgeous in it’s reveal trailer, which dropped today: &...

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