Review: Cinders

Cinderella is an incredibly well-known story: a poor girl gets stuck living with her awful stepmother and stepsisters who treat her like a maid until one day she wows the prince at a masquerade ball and they live happily ever after. But what if Cinderella just wanted to escape, o...

Review: Color Jumper

Game development is a very challenging job, particularly for indie developers. Perhaps that’s why the most painful platforming games come from indies: their struggles and pain pour into their games, causing players to suffer alongside them. Color Jumper is one such platform...

Sparklite Receives October Release Window and Signature Edition

Developer Red Blue Games and publisher Merge Games have announce that the retro inspired action adventure game, Sparklite, will be released in October for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In addition to the digital version, Sparklite will also be receiving a phys...

Review: Muse Dash

Muse Dash is a rhythm game developed by PeroPeroGames and published by X.D. Network Inc. Recently, it made its way to Nintendo Switch and PC, containing all DLC featured in the previously released mobile version. It’s a simple rhythm game, but players should be able to get ...

Five of Our Favorite Games From The MIX at E3 2019

At the Media Indie Exchange during E3 2019, we got the chance to see and play and handful of upcoming indie games and talk to the developers. Here are five of our favorite titles we saw there, as well as some honorable mentions. Bloodroots is a fast paced brutal action game by Ca...

Looking For Heals Available On PC Through Steam Early Access

At the indie-focusedĀ  Kinda Funny Games E3 Showcase, Blue Bomber Games revealed that their classic RPG inspired title, Looking for Heals, is now available for purchase on PC through Steam Early Access. Looking for Heals puts the player in the shoes of a healer who has to make sur...

Review: Trover Saves the Universe

Trover Saves the Universe is an absurd and surreal 3D platformer created by Rick & Morty creator Justin Roiland and his development studio Squanch Games. It may not be on quite the same level as other comedy based platformers, but it should be a joy to play for fans of Roilan...

Interview: Michael Ely of Gametomo

I’ve been keeping an eye on mech action game Project Nimbus ever since I played and reviewed Project Nimbus: Code Mirai on PlayStation 4. Recently, Project Nimbus Complete Edition was released worldwide for Nintendo Switch. Featuring an extended single player campaign, a re...

ZED Release Date Announced

We’ve been following ZED from the earliest of days, covering it’s Kickstarter, early builds and more, watching this inventive and engaging experience take form, change and finally manifest into something I cannot wait to get lost in. Announced yesterday, at long last,...

Interview: Kartik Kini of Finite Reflection

A few devs we talked to post-PAX East mentioned the game TwinCop to me. A chaotic, synth-filled coop shooter where you play as a half of a cop (together forming one complete TwinCop), I knew there had to be a good story behind this game. Luckily, I got the chance to talk to Karti...

Interview: Jennifer & Katharine of Nyamyam Games

Astrologaster was one of my favorite finds at this year’s PAX East. In fact, it was one of my favorites before I even got to PAX East. From the moment I started reading the press release announcing the game, I was hooked on the mix of history, humor and a beautiful, pop-up ...

Review: Astrologaster

As a fan of history and dry humor, I kind of knew I was going to like Astrologaster from the moment I picked it up. What I didn’t know was how well crafted an experience I was about to embark on. Astrologaster combines witty writing, superb audio and visual design and a fas...

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