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  • Indie Quickie: Party Hard

    What is it and who made it? A dark comedy stealth game about a crazed dude touring parties across the USA on a mass murder killing spree against loud partygoers. It was made by Pinokl Games and published by tinyBuild. What platforms is it on […]

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  • Indie Quickie: Alien Blitz

    What is it and who made it? A few years ago, Microbasic put out a game called Snorms. Alien Blitz is a 3D remake of that game. So if you played or know of the original, think of this as “Snorms Reloaded.” For anyone just […]

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  • Prepare to be Ruined by this Anime-Inspired Cyberpunk Shooter

    Devolver Digital seems to be on an unstoppable roll right now. The indie game publisher’s latest production is Ruiner, the debut title from Reikon Games, a team of former developers behind games like The Witcher, Dead Island, and Dying Light. Set in the cyberpunk metropolis […]

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  • Behold Aer’s Ethereal Beauty

    Aer, Forgotten Key’s “explore by bird” adventure game that I could stare at all day long, is soaring high amongst the clouds with a new gameplay trailer ahead of its appearance at PAX East this weekend. Published by Daedalic Entertainment, Aer takes flight this September […]

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  • Indie Quickie: PolyRace

    What is it and who made it? Pulling components from F-Zero, Wipeout, and Race the Sun, PolyRace is a futuristic hovercraft racing game fueled by procedurally generated content and a slick low-poly, cel-shaded aesthetic. It was made by BinaryDream and published by Plug in Digital. […]

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  • Review: Marble Mountain

    An ode to genre classics Marble Madness and Super Monkey Ball, Marble Mountain by Lightning Rock is a ball-rolling adventure about an orb of melted and re-solidified glass with ambitions to be the Indiana Jones of the marble village. Because of course marbles live in […]

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  • Review: Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet

    Day of the Tentacle Remastered is out and getting tons of attention, and deservedly so. But there’s another new adventure game out today that is equally deserving of attention from fans of pointing and clicking things. Evoking familiar themes as the classic Monkey Island series, […]

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  • Review: Alphabeats: Master Edition

    Break out your best dance shoes and a thick dictionary, boys and girls, because your vocabulary is about to have a serious groove busted on it. Alphabeats is a word spelling action-puzzle game in the guise of familiar music games like Guitar Hero or Rock […]

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  • Review: Superhot

    Although it’s not nearly as graphic, playing Superhot is kind of like a video game adaptation of that restaurant scene in the movie The Equalizer where Denzel Washington’s character goes in to confront some Russian mobsters, and sets his watch to time his vicious massacre. […]

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  • Review: Dinocide

    Do you have fond memories of the Adventure Island series or other old-school caveman classics like Joe & Mac, Prehistorik Man, and Chuck Rock? Then Dinocide is just the place to look for a chance to relive the glory days of running and jumping through […]

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