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...

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...

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...

Review: Proteus

Sometimes a game comes along that reminds us why we play games. Games are about escaping—a way for us to go somewhere else and play a part in a story. Some of them let us create our own stories, some lead us...

Jeklynn Heights Needs You!

Here’s a new game for you, Jeklynn Heights, an Indie, dark, fairy tale multiplayer game that combines a multitude of genres; FPS, RPG, Action, and Adventure, so everything a growing gamer needs. Jeklynn...

Review: Luminesca

I love pretty games. I don't care how fun or challenging the game play is, if it hurts my eyes to look at it I won't play it, and Luminesca is definitely a pretty game. Started as an IndieGoGo campaign back...

Haunt: The Real Slender Game

Haunt: The Real Slender Game is another installment in the ever-growing list of Slenderman games gracing the gaming world. Slenderman has become quite an iconic figure around the net. It stars in quite a few...

Review: The Binding of Isaac

As I'm playing especially cartoony games, I like to exercise my imagination a little by conjuring up images of what the game would look like in the real world. Unfortunately, this tends to make every game...

Review: A Nation of Wind (Beta)

This is one of the most ambitious games I've come across in a long time. Imagine trying to wrap 'Age of Empires' and 'Geometry Wars' into a single 16-bit burrito in a way that'll make it look appetizing to...

TechZwn Readers Get 25% Off Zigfrak

Alex Ayars, the one one-man dev team behind Zigfrak, was kind enough to give TechZwn readers a discount on his genre-defying loot-based action RPG space shooter, which was recently released. For those...

Outrun the Apocalypse in ‘Shu’

Every now and then, while browsing around the netosphere for interesting games, a great looking indie game seems to just pop up out of nowhere. Today was one of those days. Have you ever heard of Shu? Me...