Preview: Son of Nor

There are certain things that video games allow you to do, that—let’s be honest—make you screw your face up in horrid expressions of childlike joy.  There you stand tongue between your teeth and hanging...

Review: Anodyne

At first glance, Anodyne jumps right out as a Zelda-clone. While it is obviously heavily inspired by early Zelda games such as Link's Awakening, that first assessment proves to be false pretty quickly....

Preview: ‘Band Saga: Ode To A Revelation’

RekcahDam’s Band Saga: Ode To A Revelation is, to me, what indie games are all about. As independent game developers you have the freedom to create and realize your vision, to truly be an artist—to build...

Preview: Dominatron

Online multiplayers are arguably more popular than ever and it’s no real surprise. Mainly because playing with others, particularly friends are fun and we don’t mind more of that. Dominatron is trying...

Make Your Pledge to The Rouge System

Former Airman of the United States Air Force Michael Juliano is sculpting a new space-shooter simulation game like those we have seen in 90's(see Wing Commander and Decent: Free Space). Mike has launched a...

Preview: Dawnstar

Dawnstar by Wraith Entertainment is a great attempt that unfortunately still has a long way to go. Dawnstar is a space sim/RPG that ends up being little more than a nice looking space shooter with abysmal...

Wizorb iPad Review

Wizorb iPad Review I love games that put new a spin on old ideas. It's like turning an old neglected car into a hot-rod. That's exactly what Tribute has done-- take Breakout, add a story, classic 16-bit...

Review: Antichamber

I am sitting down to write this with a pounding head and a triumphant spirit. I've spent the last week rearranging blocks, walking backwards through walls, climbing up stairs to reach rooms three floors below...

Forza Horizon Review

Forza Motorsport is a well-respected racing series that over the years has only grown. Fortunately, this time around Playground Games has broadened their horizons (pun intended) and in a way, reinvented the...

Review: Dawn of Fantasy

Reverie World Studio's, “Dawn of Fantasy” Is an easy to understand RTS game. Peasants collect resources and repair buildings  as your homeland's economy and army expand in real-time on an isometric map....

Review: Kairo

If you prefer your games to come with a side of minimalism and mystery then Kiaro, an atmospheric 3D exploration and puzzle solving game by Richard Perrin could well be your thing. Like many games that...

Review: KRUNCH

KRUNCH is a frantic 8 b-bit masterpiece that brings us back to the good old days of fast-paced, side- scrolling action. In KRUNCH you operate a floating beholder-like avatar and attempt to navigate him...