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...

MASSIVE Update to MOTHERGUNSHIP

Announce today, Terrible Posture Games and Grip Digital have released a HUGE new update to MOTHERGUNSHIP  today, 100% free for everyone that already owns the game. The update brings new features, a whole new story campaign, tons of bugfixes, improvements, and balance adjustments,...

Kickstarter Watch: Aquamarine

We’ve talked quite a bit about Aquamarine over the past few months, from our first impressions of the game when we saw it at Play NYC, to our Interview with developer Patric Fallon where we learned more about the game’s inspirations and design. That’s because I ...

Spotlight: Nighthawks

Wadjet Eye Games, the studio behind the critically acclaimed Unavowed, recently launched a now fully funded Kickstarter campaign for a vampire RPG point and click adventure game called Nighthawks. The summary for the story of Nighthawks goes like this: Three months ago, you died....

Omino Renamed as Neonimo

Omino was one of my favorite finds at this year’s Play NYC. Mixing Tetris and Real Time Strategy, it was a simple to learn, hard to master game with a ton of potential. I say WAS because Omino is no more. Long Live Neonimo. The development team of Ben Costrell, Chris Willia...

Interview: Eric Angelillo and Lee Thomas of Double Stallion Games

Ever since the release of games like Double Dragon, beat’em ups (also known as brawlers) have been a relatively well known genre to those who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s. Although perhaps not as prevalent as they once were, some brand new notable beat’em ...

Grimm & Tonic Out Today

Grimm & Tonic, a Noir, Urban Fantasy Visual Novel, is out today for all your Spooktober visual novel needs! The game is being made by Spritewrench, a Jamaican independent game studio run by Glen Henry, and is now available on  itch.io, Steam Early Access and Green Man Gaming....

Monster Boy and The Cursed Kingdom Delayed to December 4

Publisher FDG Entertainment has announced that Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom has been pushed back from its original release date of November 6 and is now set to launch on December 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The delay is said to have been caused by &#...

Save me Mr Tako: Tasukete Tako-San Launches on October 30

Publisher Nicalis has announced that their Game Boy inspired retro platformer, Save me Mr Tako: Tasukete Tako-San, will launch on PC and Nintendo Switch on October 30. Save me Mr Tako is set to feature looks and sounds as if it were being played on the original Game Boy, along wi...

Euclidean Skies Announced

Announced yesterday, Euclidean Skies will launch on the 25th October for iOS as a follow-up to the highly acclaimed mind-bending puzzler Euclidean Lands. The game is being developed by former architecture student Miro Straka, with additional publishing help from Kunabi Brother. &...

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