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News, Articles & Reviews about independent video games.

A Case of Crossed Wires ~ Gunpoint’s Narrative

June 19, 2013 |

“A case of crossed wires”

If you’ve read Gameverse’s review you’ll know that Gunpoint puts you in the role of Richard Conway who has two abilities: jumping long distances without harm and rewiring entire buildings. Of course … Read More

Gunpoint Review

June 18, 2013 |

Gunpoint‘s opening might seem familiar to anyone with experience in noir detective stories: freelance spy Richard Conway is contacted by a mysterious woman with a problem that needs to be solved. The twist that sets the stage for Gunpoint‘s … Read More

Six More Games Get The Greenlight

June 18, 2013 |

This news seems to have slipped past most people’s radar in the wake of last week’s E3 fervor. Once again continuing the trend of smaller, more frequent batches of Greenlit titles, Valve recently announced that six new games and … Read More

Review: Skyward Collapse

June 16, 2013 |

Arcen Games, the creators of A Valley Without Wind and Shattered Haven have recently released a new god game titled Skyward Collapse. As the Creator you get to build up your two civilizations of the imaginary continent … Read More

Indie at E3: Sony welcomes devs with open arms

June 14, 2013 |

2013 will go down as the year of the indie game at E3, where Sony showcased both an open-armed welcome to independent game developers everywhere and brought an array of renowned creators to the stage to show … Read More

What is the point of Steam Greenlight?

June 12, 2013 |

Ever since I first heard this story around a week ago, I knew I would need to write something about it eventually. After all, much of my work here at Gameverse has been promoting indie games languishing in Steam … Read More

Reus Review

June 6, 2013 |

Reus markets itself as a 2D god game. Indeed, at first glance that’s exactly what it looks like, as the player controls four planet-shaping giants on a mission to help humans survive and thrive on a once barren wasteland. … Read More

Greenlight Spotlight Vol. 4

June 3, 2013 |

My previous few Greenlight articles focused primarily on games with active crowd-funding campaigns. Most of those campaigns are over now, so let’s take a quick look at the results: Among the Sleep was struggling for a while there, but … Read More

Anomaly 2 Review

May 30, 2013 |

The original Anomaly was a unique twist on the increasingly popular tower defense genre. Billing itself as a “tower offense” game, in Anomaly you had to guide the convoy of attacking units through the towers, using the special abilities … Read More

Valve Greenlights Six More Games

May 22, 2013 |

Continuing Valve’s recent push towards more frequent, smaller waves of games to make the Greenlight process faster, six new titles have been Greenlit. This time around we have Bleed, Game Dev Tycoon, The Legend, Legends of Eisenwald, RIOT, and … Read More