Labyrinth of Zangetsu proves how far a strong vision and creative approach can go, even with a limited budget.
Browsing: Indie Games
Mini-reviews for some fun, no-nonsense time-wasters: Super Meat Boy Forever, Void Scrappers, and RunBean Galactic.
Mini-reviews for a handful of colourful, creative indie metroidvanias: 9 Years of Shadows, Pronty, and Curse of the Sea Rats.
A Space for the Unbound is a beautiful, heartfelt story of love and growing up, mixed with a fascinating dive into Indonesian history.
Lone Ruin doesn’t push any action roguelike boundaries, but its quick runs and moody art style let in shine in short play sessions.
I’ve never paid much attention to stance in a skating game. Riding switch–what’s normally your…
‘A bit sexy, a bit rude and raunchy, a bit (lot) silly ‘: Matt Sainsbury opens up about his flirty comedy visual novel, A Week On The Water.
Farming and witchcraft make a magical combination, but it’s the heartfelt story of acceptance that really sets Wylde Flowers apart.
Classic arcade-style shmup action, a cute pastel art style, and a quest to save breakfast combine in indie cute-’em-up Hazelnut Hex.
A roguelike twist doesn’t always hit the right mark, but The Dragoness is still a decent introduction to Might and Magic-style strategy.