Spotlight: From Rust

One of the game’s I was most excited to see at Play NYC this past weekend was From Rust, the new cooperative Trading Card Game being developed by Razbury Games. Horrible patchwork abominations of scrap metal roam the world, looking for survivors to stomp out or metals to ho...

Interview: Jacob Williams of Glass Revolver

I’ve been watching the many GIFS of ITTA’s development with great anticipation: A Souls-esq Bullet Hell Adventure, featuring a girl in a blue hoodie, her cat, and a dying world crumbling around her. It’s a unique take on a calssic formula, and I was interested t...

The Messenger Launches on August 30

Devolver Digital and developer Sabotage have announced that their 8 bit and 16 bit switching side scrolling platformer, The Messenger, will launch on August 30 for Nintendo Switch and PC with a new release date trailer. The Messenger stars a Ninja tasked with delivering a scroll ...

Spotlight: Aquamarine

Of all the fantastic games that we saw at this year’s Play NYC convention, there was one that stood out more than the others. It’s a game that, while still early in development, is already mixing an absolutely gorgeous art style, innovative mechanics and a clear passi...

Spotlight: Robbotto

If you’ve been waiting for a release of retro arcade classic Bubble Bobble on Nintendo Switch, or at least a similar experience, then JMJ Interactive’s Robbotto has you covered. Robbotto stars maintenance robots Robb and Otto, who have to deactivate all of the other m...

Spotlight: Orbit Quest

I first ran into Frost Lab Studios at the first Play NYC, where they were showing of Plague the Peasants, which I though was a hilarious take on the standard RTS formula. Frost Lab Studios were back at this year’s Play NYC, but they weren’t showing off Plague the Peas...

GRIS is Gorgeous

Not that this hasn’t already made it’s way around the internet, but GRIS is gorgeous. Being developed by Nomada Studio of Barcelona, and published by Devolver Digital, GRIS was announced on Monday, and has already been attracting a ton of attention. It’s not har...

Review: ESPER

I’ve done some crazy things in PSVR – guided an adorable mouse to help her uncle in an epic adventure, stacked blocks Tetris-style and driven a vehicle on ridiculous courses. But until ESPER I hadn’t been seated in a room and subjected to a barrage of telekineti...

PAX West MEGABOOTH Lineup Released

PAX West is taking place on August 31 through September 3 in Seattle this year, and the Indie MEGABOOTH we’ll be there, showing of an immense collection of 78 indie games from a total of 17 countries! Here is a break down of what you can expect to see from the Indie MEGABOO...

The Road to Play NYC – Just Plain Cool

Play NYC is less than a week away! As part of our media partnership with Playcrafting, we’ve be highlighting a ton of different indie games, from different genres and backgrounds, in a series we’ve called “The Road to Play NYC“. Each day this week, we’ll try to squeeze in highlig...

Interview: Max Arocena of Colorfiction

Sure, the surreal isn’t for everyone, but I love diving into experiences and worlds that relish in the bizarre, the unusual, the weird and the strange. While traditional art and film of course founded this genre, video games have become a platform for surrealism in a way no...

Review: Unavowed

Unavowed is a point and click mystery adventure by Wadjet Eye Games with a supernatural twist.  Title: Unavowed Developer: Wadjet Eye Games Platform: PC, Mac Game Version: Final Review Copy: Provided by Publisher Interface: Mouse and Keyboard Available on Steam , GOG, and Wadjet...

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