Set in a retro-futuristic sci-fi world of 1976, Space Age from development studio Big Bucket Software, intends to re-imagine the graphic adventure genre for a modern age. You follow a small team of intergalactic explorers who’ve..
No, don’t get too comfortable just yet, there’s still more horror-based games heading your way. However, Grave Matters, the apocalyptic puzzle game developed by Ideonic and available on iOS devices now, brings it your way..
I like puzzle games, but sometimes I don’t feel like busting my skull open to find a solution. I also like platformers, but my patience for hair-width platforms and limited checkpoints can wear thin pretty..
Another day, another Twitter success story. After seeing a tweet about IGM, Team Junkfish, a Scotland-based studio, tweeted me asking for contact details. Fast-forward to the next morning and I’m lucky enough to have an..
Highlands, as previously mentioned, is a fantasy turn-based game with RPG elements that recently completed its Kickstarter journey (they met their goal and then some). They’re seeking support for their Greenlight campaign, currently, which you can vote..
It’s that terrifying day of year again, and Twitter was kind enough to spew forth HeyKiddo! Games’ upcoming indie horror, Ingonga. This is the scary love-child of two developers, Rhett Chassereau, who previously worked at..
DestinyQuest Infinite: Act 1 is a new project by QuestForge, based on a 600-page book by Michael J. Ward. While QuestForge hopes to create more “gamebooks,” they’ve currently only (nearly) finished DestinyQuest. This book is a..
Skara: The Blade Remains is a game we’ve covered previously here on IGM, but now it’s finally reached Steam Early Access. Skara and its developer, 8-bit are aiming to build its own little genre, what they call..
Los Angeles is soon hosting an indie game celebration that features some of the hottest recent and upcoming titles. Indie Games Live is happening on the evening of November 3rd. Industry influencers, media, and game..
Mobile iOS users will very soon be able to enjoy an old-school shmup in their hands, as Bullet Hell Infinite is made with inspiration from 90s bullet hell Japanese arcade games, as its title suggests...
Paris-based independent game studio Pated is dedicated to bringing touching, interactive experiences to the world of video games. In Seashine, Patel’s debut title, players take on the role of a bio-luminescent jellyfish that travels through a cruel underwater..
Have you ever wondered what keeps the internet running? Forget any technological data you may have acquired over the years, because Chroma Studios has the answer. The internet runs so well because of the Netizens...
Neverending Nightmares is a shifting, twisting game; one where reality breaks down and loses all meaning. Did you already walk down this hallway? Is something different? You question your judgement and mind as you play,..
After a chance meeting on Twitter, in which myself and one-man developer FallDeaf, discussed many important, life-changing issues – such as our love for movie marathons and the Alien franchise – Pipe Animus showed up..
Rarely do we see social structures that games don with descriptors like “cooperative” or “competitive” so cleanly and elegantly as I’ve seen with OBEY. Wrapped in the most innocuous, innocent set up, OBEY pits bunny..
Below Zero Games has released it’s hack-and-slash adventure, Gavin’s Quest. You play as Gavin, a dwarf who must face his past and reclaim the home that once belonged to him and his people. Worshipped by the..
A big patch codenamed Masamune released yesterday for PlayStation 4 users. It cleans up many of the system features and brings something teased before: Share Play. With Share Play, one player essentially rents his or her..
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Friday night already? I guess it’s time for another installment of IGM Interviews! This week, we’re featuring Laura Shigihara, a composer known for working on projects such as Plants vs. Zombies and, for the WoW fans..