Indie Highlights Episode 3: Planet Alpha, The Spectrum Retreat, Donut County

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out! By: Mike Burgess (@MikeHitstheWall) Games and Platforms played on and links to the games website if…

State of Mind Review

With it’s eye-catching visual style, State of Mind will intrigue you as it introduces you to its future dystopian world. But it’s interesting sci-fi thriller story will keep you asking questions, for better or for worse. State of Mind introduces…

Indie Highlights Ep. 2: Defenders of Akron, Kona, Gorogoa

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out! By: Jurge Cruz-Alvarez (@jcruzalvarez26) #IndieGames #IndieHighlights #gaming #indiegames Games and Platforms played on and links to…

Flipping Death Review

Have you ever wondered what life would be like in the afterlife? Flipping Death tries to give you an idea of what a day in the life of Death might be like in this 2D puzzle platforming adventure game. Flipping…

Indie Highlights Ep.1 Fossil Hunters, The Mooseman, Earthfall

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out! Games and Platforms played on/footage was captured from: 1) Fossil Hunters played on Nintendo Switch (Also…

The Swords of Ditto Review

The Swords of Ditto beautifully meshes classic isometric gameplay with modern Role Playing and Roguelike mechanics. This makes for an adventure both fulfilling and challenging, letting you decide how you want to discover the world and save the day.   …

Trap Adventure 2 is Super Mario Brothers in the Black Lodge

Hiroyoshi Oshiba is a terrorist. We should be meeting in non-descript rooms and drawing up plans to raid the Japanese developer, take him into custody, and answer for the pain and suffering he’s been causing iOS users. Hiro takes glee…

Old Man’s Journey Review

The world of Old Man’s Journey is a work of beauty. As lovely as the finest paintings of Van Gogh, as drenched in the wonder and splendour of the world as any National Geographic photo, as richly vivid and vibrant…

Always Sometimes Monsters Review

Adventure games have come a long way since Myst and are enjoying a second wind in this new indie renaissance because of their generally low cost to make and lack of pressure to deliver a product of a certain genre…

Jazzpunk Review

I find myself trapped. Everything around me is made of pizza. I have a pizza cutter in my left hand, and a spatula in my right. The screen says, “Use Left/Right Trigger to Dual Wield!” I have only one choice:…

Gone Home Review

Gone Home… How do I describe you? Gone Home isn’t a game. Period. What might amount to one – three hours of an interactive narrative is more of an interesting experience, one I think is worth having. Gone Home takes…