I have been following Dreamscaper for some time now.  The first time I saw it was on Reddit over a year ago, and it left quite an impression on me.  And just the other day, the Duo dev team Afterburner Studios released the game on Steam’s Early Access.  One would […]

Dodo Peak is something special when it comes to indie platformers. It reminds me of a Qbert type of platforming with a Crossy Road type of feeling. A port of an Apple Arcade title now hops on to the Nintendo Switch. Dodo Peak delivers a basic gameplay premise with very addicting […]

Some of the best things about indie game dev are experimentation and building on past ideas. These are often risks that the AAA industry cannot afford to take when creating games that lean towards re-invigorating or re-imagining older game concepts. Hollow Knight and Dead Cells are Metroidvania games that are […]

March has been a great month for video games. We had some stellar releases in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Doom: Eternal,  Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Half-Life: Alyx. But what’s coming? April is shaping up to be another month of great releases and updates to pre-established games. So let’s take a look […]

Stela Is An Indie Girl: The artsy minimalist platformer has become to indie gaming what the FPS is to triple A. Ever since Limbo brought its gloomy sensibilities to digital marketplaces, the indie scene has been littered with these quiet, minimal experiences. From the dark kafkaesque world of Inside to […]

Artificial Extinction is a first-person tower defense game developed and published by indie developer 100Hr Games. AI have taken over and you must flee to a new planet to carve out a new home for you and your family. There is a catch, however. Your family is nine days behind […]

A ton of indie games get released each and every year in the gaming industry. Some are complete gems, whilst others… Not so much. When I first saw Swordbreaker, back to the castle, I was quite impressed by how it looked by some of the gameplay videos I watched. So […]