Getting approval from Apple isn’t always the easiest as several developers often find themselves submitting more than a handful of times due to the tiniest of things. However, according to a Kickstarter update from Bit By Bit Studios, Fiz just so happens to have passed insp...
Today Harebrained Schemes studio announced Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the official title of the expansion to Shadowrun: Returns. The new expansion, planned for January 2014, will take place in The Free City of Berlin with an all new campaign and cast of Runners. SHADOWRUN: DRAGONFALL...
"Night in the Woods", the 2D side-scroller being made by Infinite Fall, has achieved 352% of its original funding goal on Kickstarter.
The second trailer for The Forest by SKS Games has me excited, terrified, and distrubed all at the same time. That's a good thing, by the way.
Harebrained Schemes just announced that a Linux version of the their sci-fi strategy RPG Shadowrun Returns is finally out of beta and ready for release. Also mentioned in the update, all available platforms (PC, Mac, Linux) will receive simultaneous updates, so no more waiting ar...
Raphael van Lierop, creative director on The Long Dark, answered a few questions about this indie survival game, just off a successful Kickstarter.
An interview with Scott Thunelius, wearer of many hats at darkForge Games, and one of the minds behind their first game, Nekro.
After the successful completion of it’s Kickstarter funding campaign, we had the chance to ask Matt Gilgenbach about his Kickstarter, the game and much more.
The Indie RPG Bundle, from Bundle-in-a-Box, is offering up more than a dozen games, paired with the ability to help charity and indie game developer.
The Tinybuild team behind SpeedRunners have once again found a terrific way to get people to playtest the hell out of their incredibly fun, hyper-competitive, multiplayer running game: unleash The Rapture.
LA Game Space, a non-profit center for videogame art, design, and research has launched a new fundraising game pack featuring over 30 new games by diverse and award-winning creators.
An interesting blog post up on Gamasutra from Gaz Bushell, one of the developers behind the physics based playground title The Amazing Frog?.