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From sandy dunes to frozen wastelands, thatgamecompany makes seemingly dead landscapes teem with life and energy.
When it comes to exploring the themes and ideas that science fiction is built on, the real innovation is coming from indie developers.
Tired of listening to your boring relatives talk about their jobs? Here are ten fun Android games to help pass the time.
2013 was a breakout year for indie games. In this podcast we discuss
some of the year's best, including Gone Home, The Stanley Parable, and
This single-player DLC puts you in control of Edward Kenway’s first mate, Adéwalé, for a lengthy series of missions and high-seas adventures. Here’s a breakdown of what works and what doesn’t.
One of the game prototypes made during Double Fine's annual Amnesia
Fortnight game jam is going to see formal release, the action/puzzle
title Hack 'n' Slash.
We speak with Harebrained Schemes about the follow-up to Shadowrun Returns.
This side-scrolling adventure deftly balances repetitive mining with satisfying, Metroid-like progression.
BattleBlock Theater is a massive game of platforming, puzzling, cooperative, and competitive fun. Matt Miller makes his argument for the game's inclusion as one of 2013's top 50 games.
Super Motherload is a fun sandbox, but there's not much more to the action than an endless dig.
The gorgeous new Ubisoft title draws inspiration from classic Japanese role-playing games, and this new in-game video shows off the fairy tale visual style.
The new free-to-play game seems to draw inspiration from Minecraft, and is now accepting alpha applications.