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  • Blog Post: Bullet-Hell-Roguelite FPS Tower Of Guns Heading To PlayStation 4 And Xbox One

    Tower of Guns found success on PC, and as a result the game is now heading to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox One. You can can check out the trailer below which creator Joe Mirabella described as a “roguelike-ish first-person shooter” when we spoke to him about the game at E3 in 2013... More
  • Blog Post: Psychological Horror Title Neverending Nightmares Has A Release Date

    The psychological horror indie title has a firm release date for PC (via Steam) and Ouya. Neverending Nightmares launches September 26. In the game, players explore a visually striking environment where it's never clear what's real and what's all in your mind. You can check out the latest... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man Legends 3 Demake Is An Adoring Retro Love Letter

    Capcom's Mega Man Legends 3 never saw the light of day, but that doesn't mean you can't play a game with Mega Man and Legends and 3 in the title. A group of enterprising fans have banded together to create a Mega Man Legends 3 demake, and it looks like a retro good time. The collective known... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Game Series Should Get A Mobile Release?

    There is a lot of room in the mobile space for many of today's popular franchises. Let's explore some of the ways developers could translate their favorite series over to a mobile market. Indie developer Team Meat, recently debuted Super Meat Boy Forever at this year’s PAX. The game is... More
  • Blog Post: Unity For Xbox One Now Free To Developers

    The indie-friendly development platform has come to Xbox One, and should offer increased opportunities for developers to bring their games to Microsoft’s new console. Last year, Microsoft discussed its Xbox One partnership with Unity , saying that ID@Xbox developers would be able to use Unity to... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Stops Updating PlayStation Mobile For Android

    Sony announced today that PlayStation Mobile, a mobile game initiative which enables PlayStation content such as select PS One games and PlayStation Store titles on select “PlayStation certified” mobile devices, will no longer be supported on Android. PlayStation Mobile will continue to be... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Indie Boss Departs Company

    The person responsible for Nintendo’s push into the indie space has departed the company after nine years. Dan Adelman, whose successes include bringing Cave Story, World of Goo, Shovel Knight, and others to Nintendo platforms has announced that he, too, is going indie. Adelman used to be prominent... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion – Do You Like Retro Throwbacks?

    Since the popularization of retro-inspired games like Cave Story and Super Meat Boy, the downloadable indie scene has become saturated with 8 and 16-bit visuals. Some of these nods to gaming's past are great, and others feel like they're simply cashing in on nostalgia. Yacht Club Games' polished... More
  • Blog Post: Spelunky SD Mod Adds Two Player Co-Op To Spelunky Classic

    Spelunky Classic, the first iteration of the popular Indie title, is now getting two player local co-op, courtesy of new mod Spelunky SD. The mod was made publicly available for free on July 4 and also makes a number of fixes and changes to the original game. Spelunky SD was developed by yellowafterlife... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Partners With Devolver Digital For A Roundup Of Indie Darlings [Trailer Added]

    Triple-A titles take up a good portion of the spotlight during E3, but those aren't the only games that get to make headlines at the show. During Sony's E3 press conference, Sony announced that it would be partnering with Devolver Digital to release a handful of smaller projects. Some of the... More
  • Blog Post: Entwined Brings Lovers Together, Now Available On PS4 [Trailer Added]

    Sony has both announced and released a new indie title, Entwined, for PlayStation 4. The game tasks players with controlling two independent bird-like creatures with the PlayStation 4's two control sticks. You must reunite the the birds who are in love, but cannot be together over the course of nine... More
  • Blog Post: First-Person Platformer Adventure A Story About My Uncle Now Available

    A Story About My Uncle, from publisher Coffee Stain Studios (the Goat Simulator developers), is now available. The game follows an adventurer as he tells the story of his search for his uncle, Fred, in a fantasy world with special hookshot-like device. The game is developed by Gone North Games with Goat... More
  • Blog Post: Kill The Bad Guy Has A Release Date

    Indie studio Exkee's upcoming Kill the Bad Guy has a release date. The game, where players are tasked with Killing the bad guy, but making sure it looks like an accident, will be available on PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam and other platforms on May 28. The game takes some inspiration from games like... More
  • Blog Post: Kickstarter Funded Virtual Board Game Armello Meets Funding Goal

    Fans of strategy and board games have reason to be excited as the Kickstarter-funded digital card/board game Armello has meet it's funding goal and will be making it's way to a PC or tablet near you in the near future. League of Geeks is an Australian-based game developer that clearly has a passion... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Large Collection Of Indie Games For PS4, Spelunky, Nidhogg, And Many More

    Sony just released trailers and announcements for a large collection of noteworthy indie games for the PlayStation 4. Presented below, in alphabetical order, you will find the large collection of games that Sony just announced. Apotheon Apotheon uses an art direction inspired by Greek pottery art to... More
  • Blog Post: Impressive Fan Art Gathers Nearly Every Successful Indie Game Into One Drawing

    Most video game fan art looks to the past to recall nostalgic emotions related to childhood franchises, but this piece looks to the present uniting a huge collection of indie game characters. The piece, titled Indie Collision, comes from artist Memoski on DeviantArt and features just about every character... More
  • Blog Post: Last Life Kickstarter Gets Double Fine Stamp Of Approval

    Kickstarter is full of various video game projects seeking funding, but few of them get the endorsement of Tim Schafer himself. That lucky game would be Last Life , and is among the first to be part of the "Double Fine Presents" program. Why the game caught the eye of Schafer and Double Fine's... More
  • Blog Post: Red Riding Hood Is An Alcoholic Bounty Hunter In Dragon Fin Soup

    Video game Kickstarters are all about enabling developers to create games that might be tough sells for traditional publishers. Case and point is Dragon Fin Soup, a game where you play as a re-imagined version of Red Riding Hood who is a bounty hunter with a liquor problem. Developer Grimm Bros has combined... More
  • Blog Post: Local Multiplayer Coming To Goat Simulator

    Do you wish you could share your crazy goat experiences with a friend? You're in luck. Local multiplayer is coming to Goat Simulator free of charge next month. In addition to local multiplayer, Goat Simulator patch 1.1 will also include a new map roughly the same size of the original, new achievements... More
  • Blog Post: Psychedelic Racer Krautscape Launches on Steam Early Access

    Krautscape is surreal-looking multiplayer racer with a few twists, namely gliders and tracks that you create as you drive. It's one of the latest titles published by Midnight City , and you can play the game now via Steam Early Access for $7.99. The racer in the lead makes choices on the upcoming... More
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