Indie

  • Skyfear

    Become A Dragon In Skyfear, Now On Kickstarter

    Legends are one of the coolest things about our world. They feed us with ideas of what the old world was like, or even what it could’ve been like. And then there are legends about things, people, or creatures that we know don’t exist, but are too cool to...
  • Gamescom

    Gamescom 2017 To Feature Several Brazilian Indie Games

    Video games are a global market. Sure, you mainly hear about sales in the US, Europe, and Japan, but make no mistake, video games have reach all over the world. And by extension, video games are made in countries all over the world. Over the recent years, initiatives have...
  • Tacoma

    Narrative Adventure Tacoma Arrives On Steam

    Video games have evolved far beyond what they started out as. The original video games were meant to be played in bursts, to have fun during every second of their playtime, and more. But as games got more advanced, so did the style of storytelling. Now, players could have...
  • MyNintendo

    MyNintendo Rewards To Let You Get Indie Games

    A while back, Nintendo had easily one of the greatest “fan participation” programs ever in Club Nintendo. How it worked was simple. You would buy Nintendo games, then use a barcode on the bought games to earn points on the Club. When you did, you could get rewards such...
  • Unturned

    Unturned Is Finally Out of Steam Early Access

    Unturned is a survival game that became known after its release on Steam Early Access for being a game that can run on pretty much any computer along with being free to play. The game quickly got popular after streams of it were getting a huge number of viewers...
  • Furi

    Furi PS4 Limited Edition Available Now

    One of the downsides of being an indie title is that more often than not, you can’t afford to have your game put on physical discs and distributed, and if you do, it’s likely costing you a pretty penny. Thus, loads of indie games are digital downloads only. For...
  • Tokyo 42

    Beautifully Frustrating—’Tokyo 42′ Review (PC)

    Many games attempt to leave a lasting impression on the public, but few manage to. Undertale won people’s hearts with its charming storytelling and quirky mechanics while Super Meat Boy before it inspired players by keeping the platform genre fresh. More recently, Stardew Valley introduced PC gamers to the...
  • The Long Journey Home

    The Long Journey Home is Out on Steam

    The Long Journey Home is a brand new single-player simulation RPG developed by Daedalic Studio West and published by Daedalic Entertainment. The studio is known for publishing games such as Silence, SKYHILL, and the entire Deponia franchise. In The Long Journey Home, players take on the role of a crew...
  • everspace

    EVERSPACE is Now Available on Steam

    EVERSPACE is one of those action-filled outer space games that attracts its players with some a great storyline and stunning graphics. The game is developed and published by ROCKFISH Games, which is a small indie game studio set in Hamburg, Germany. This is their first title as of now, but...