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News, Articles & Reviews about independent video games.

“Not On Steam” Sale Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

October 4, 2013 |

Flippfly, developer of Race the Sun, has made no effort to hide just how poorly their game has done without that valuable Steam release. Race the Sun may have finally been Greenlit recently, but that hasn’t stopped the small … Read More

Ring Runner Updated With Dota-like Multiplayer Mode

October 1, 2013 |

The newest patch for indie space shooter Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages (Reviewed here) includes the promised MOBA-style multiplayer mode Space Defense League. Since it is bundled with a patch, this means that it is a free update … Read More

Race The Sun Struggling Without Steam Release

September 25, 2013 |

 

Flippfly, developers of procedural racer Race The Sun, have released some rather depressing stats that prove just how important a Steam release is for a small indie game. Race The Sun came out a month ago and has … Read More

Early Access: Paranautical Activity

September 18, 2013 |

Considering the rant I wrote about the failings of Steam Greenlight a while back, it’s only natural that I cover Paranautical Activity. This modest little FPS Roguelite by Code Avarice had a difficult time getting onto Steam. A publishing … Read More

Humble Indie Bundle 9 Announced

September 13, 2013 |

Humble Bundle is back to indie games with their latest bundle, the just-announced Humble Indie Bundle 9. This bundle includes Trine 2: Complete Story, Mark of the Ninja, the Eets Munchies beta, and Brütal Legend, with FTL: Faster Than … Read More

GOG.com High 5 Bundle Offers Indie Titles at 80% Off

September 12, 2013 |

Today, GOG.com announced a week-long indie bundle called the High 5. This build-your-own-bundle promo allows you to pick five games from a list of 25 titles and get them for 80% off. A few highlights from the list include … Read More

Greenlight Spotlight Vol. 7

September 4, 2013 |

Wow, so Valve has been busy since my last article. There were two normal sized batches over the last few weeks, then Valve went crazy and released a mega batch of 100 games today. I’m happy to see that … Read More

Papers, Please Review

August 29, 2013 |

I started playing Papers, Please around 7:00 on a Thursday night. Around 45 minutes into my session, I distinctly remember thinking to myself that I couldn’t see how the game, while fun, could keep being compelling for much longer. My … Read More

Burak Tezateşer Interview: Monochroma Preview

August 23, 2013 |

If I were to rank all the countries in the world based on their game development prowess, it would be a while before I got to Turkey. Nowhere Studios is looking to change that with their thematic puzzle-platformer, Monochroma. … Read More

GOG Announces New Indie Portal

August 20, 2013 |

Digital distributor GOG.com may have earned the love and respect of gamers by selling DRM-free versions of classic PC games, patched to run on modern operating systems, but for about a year now they’ve been expanding their catalogue to … Read More