Chroma Bends Rules of Platformers

Chroma is a game devoid of power-ups or upgrades. You start the game with a single power, and you keep it the whole way through. There is also only one massive level, with near-full access from the beginning,...

SCP-426 Film Seeks Funding

Fan films have always been a big part of nerd culture. Everything from Halo to X-Men have had their own adaptations on both large and small  budgets, but only a comparative handful with budgets tend to be...

Review: Evoland

Evoland is a game heavily steeped in nostalgia, very heavily in fact, and that’s the games hook. Evoland comes at you fully cocked with a very interesting and unique idea, to take the gamer on a journey...

Review: Bleed

Bleed from Bootdisk Revolutions is, in a word, incredible.  Every so often an indie game comes along with the perfect combination of mechanics, content, graphics, and sound—Bleed is that game.  An ultra...

Gravi Alpha Rolls Onto Desura

There are a handful of puzzle games coming out soon that have you playing as an orb, but Gravi brings us its own charm. The game that just debuted on Desura is described as an "intense puzzle-platformer...

Waiting for ‘The Witness’

Jonathan Blow. J Blow. The big J-Blowski. He's known by many names, but what he's not known for is half-assing anything. While this does promise the gaming community work of unparalleled quality with every...

Review: Highborn

Highborn is a hysterical turn-based strategy brought to you by Jet Set Games. It's a medieval strategy game with bright sprite-like graphics and one of the most humorous dialogues I’ve ever had the pleasure...

Review: Retrovirus

Cadenza Interactive's latest game, Retrovirus, has an alluring world of infectious parasites surrounding large glass tubes warning of the true power of malicious computer software. There is a play on...

Humble Bundle Mojam 2

It's time for the second annual Mojam. What's the Mojam, you might ask? It's a 78 hour slam session where Mojang and several other developers including Oxeye, Wolfire,  Vlambeer, Ludiosity, and Grapefrukt...
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Review: Zigfrak

I enjoy my Sci-Fi action. Give me a spaceship, some futuristic weapons, enemies to destroy, and a galaxy to explore and I’m going to enjoy myself. Zigfrak, a space-based shoot-and-loot action RPG by...

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...