Moonlighter Is Even Better on Nintendo Switch

After first launching in May for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Moonlighter is now available on Nintendo Switch. No version of Moonlighter has exclusive content that can’t be played on another, but what makes the Nintendo Switch version better than the rest if they all co...

Land of the Seazogs Now Available

I love finding indie games so entirely different from the norm sitting in my inbox. We get a lot of press releases coming in to the IndieHangover inbox, and sometimes things can blend together a bit. Not so with the press release I received announcing The Land of the Seazogs, a r...

AVARIAvs Release Date Delayed

Juncture Media‘s AVARIAvs has had it’s previous release date of November 8th delayed to Early 2019, but it’s being done for a  very good reason. Juncture Media has been selected as a Top 10 studio for the Global Top Round Accelerator program, which will ultimate...

New Aftercharge Map Teased

Chainsawesome Games‘ next play test for their 3V3 asymmetric shooter Aftercharge is fast approaching: this next beta test, the fifth of it’s kind, will take place on November 17th, for 24 hours, starting at 10 AM EDT. Ahead of this, the folks at Chainsawesome Games ha...

Review: Heliophobia

I was excited to finally dive into Heliophobia this month, after having followed the game’s production for quite some time. “Real Life” and work kept getting in my way, preventing me from sitting down in a dark room, headphones on, and seeing if this new title w...

Spotlight: Halloween Forever

Halloween Forever is a Halloween themed retro platformer developed and published by Imaginary Monsters, which was originally released on Steam in 2016. Recently, the perky pumpkin person platformer was brought over to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita just in time for the haunti...

Review: Masochisia

“A moderately creepy indie horror experience with a solid storyline” was what was billed to me by Jon Oldblood in a message about Masochisia. This was all true, except for the “moderately creepy” part, as I discovered at 3 AM on the day when decided to pla...

Phantom Halls Now Available

 Phantom Halls, a zany Halloween themed coop side-scroller by Incendium Games, hits V1 and leaves Steam Early Access after 18 months today and is available now!    Phantom Halls is a side-scrolling squad-based comedy-horror title for PC. Players control a group of teens fro...

Spotlight: Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon (PS4)

I haven’t had much experience with the Castlevania series past playing some of Dracula X and Symphony of the Night on the PSP Dracula X Chronicles. I don’t remember much of the former, but I could at least recognize why Symphony of the Night is still hailed as one of ...

Starborne: Sovereign Space Launches Alpha

Some time ago, we interviewed developer Arelius Areliusarsson of Solid Clouds on Starborne: Sovereign Space, an indie mmo RTS that captured my attention due to it’s innovative mechanics, design and ambition. Well, after much iteration and work, The Team at Solid Clouds is r...

Review: Zarvot

If there’s one thing I’ve learned by playing lots of indie games, it’s that sometimes the most relatable, touching, funny, and enjoyable games have the most basic looking characters. Many of them use simple shapes, and one of my favorites of all time, One Finger...

Moebial Pre-Mortem on Aquamarine

Aquamarine is in it’s final week of Kickstarter Funding, with $7,977 pledged of its $25,000 goal. While there is still hope of this project reaching completion, Developer Patric Fallon has published what he’s calling a “Pre-mortem” on the project, talking ...

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