Tag Archives: indie

REVIEW: Fictorum

Games that center around a certain gimmick, tend to make gamers on a budget nervous. Rightfully so, who wants to get burned on yet another bad game with a singular hook? Fictorum holds its hand out offering physics and explosions galore, but does it hold up? Fictorum, might just be the …

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PREVIEW: Party Hard II – Can’t Stop This Party Yall!

    Nearly two years have passed since Darius, a serial killer with serious dance skills, first donned a hockey mask and terrorized pixel party goers across the United States. For those of you who missed the first game, Darius is awakened during the early hours of the night by …

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Blacksea Odyssey Releases On Steam’s Early Access

It was a warm February in Florida. Our three days of harsh mid-50 degree winter days long gone. To my left, half my kids were busy making sand castles. To my right, the older kids who were “too cool” for sand castles were just prancing around dabbing and flinging handfuls of …

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Pesadelo – Regressão – Or Why Brazilian Cemeteries Stain Your Pants – Review

Nightmare – Regression. That is what the game’s title means, and what first time developer Skyjaz Games was hoping to capture with their horror game Pesadelo – Regressão. First time horror releases from indie sources are commonly plagued with many crude, low-production game elements. Does this entry live up to its chilling namesake? Judging from early …

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Early Access Look at Dead TrailZ

Overhead Ziplines, Zombies, Tower Defensing, Perfect for the Post-Holidays Lull! Zombies. They are everywhere. No need to for hefty survival guides, there’s no zombie apocalypse threatening humanity. However, they are still “everywhere,” and why not? They moan. They want your brains. A bullet to the head for instant re-unanimated carcasses. These easily recognizable foes …

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EARLY ACCESS: Blacksea Odyssey

  Is it too early to start tossing names in a hat for indie game of 2016? Early last month we began coverage of Blacksea Odyssey, and now the Alpha Access (click to signup) is finally here. If you did not sign up for alpha demo access, there’s no time like the present. …

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Slicing Brazilian Folklore in Daily Espada REVIEWED

  South and Central American mythologies are perhaps not as popular as Greek and Roman mythologies, but nonetheless they are equally unique and intriguing. Brazilian folklore is one example, their stories and myths are the result of their rich blended mixture of peoples. You have African slaves who brought over their …

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A Side of Developer Life With Triangle Studios

  I am almost nearing 1,000 PC games in my combined game store libraries. That number doesn’t really include every video game I’ve ever played. That game count still pales in comparison to the number of games that are out there to play, all vying for gamer attention, all made …

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Going Beyond Games With Beyond Eyes

  The video game industry has surpassed the film industry in gross revenue for years now. According to a study done in 2008, 68% of households in the United States play computer or console games. When I was young boy, console games on the Atari 2600 where laughable representations of films. …

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