Monthly Archives: April 2014
I think it’s a pretty universally agreed-upon notion that mankind desires companionship. We can’t stand being alone, and find all sorts of ways to prove to ourselves that we’re a part of a community. That..
Welcome to 3 For Free, a series where we take a look at indie projects early in development. The good news for fans is that if you see something interesting here, there will be a playable..
A quick disclaimer for this game and video for those with known photo-sensitivity issues: There are several very bright neon colors, flashes of light, and movements within that may induce seizures. Today is the launch..
Welcome back to Screenshot Weekly! Every Tuesday, IGM brings you exclusive early looks at upcoming games in various stages of development. The featured image introducing each game will always be original, and made especially for..
The ultimate iOS pinball game for dinosaur enthusiasts, T-Rex Savage received a massive upgrade this past weekend. Although it’s still powered by Pure Pinball at 60 FPS, the update introduces new features and advances in visuals. The..
Before we get into the review for Rube Works, a bit of history is in order. Rube Goldberg was a cartoonist and the inventor of the Rube Goldberg Machine, used very often in cartoons and..
IGM Presents… The Sunday NewsCast! In this weekly webseries we recap the top stories in the last week in regards to the indie gaming community. After that we kick back, enjoy some good company, and..
If you can imagine the graphics and gameplay of a 90s first-person shooter mixed with roguelike decision-making, cartoonish enemies, and extremely strange weaponry, you have a very vivid imagination. So does the indie studio Hippomancer,..
Kazrog, known primarily for developing audio software tools, released a game for iOS devices called Sock Monkey Ninja. A 16-bit platformer inspired by Amiga titles, Sock Monkey Ninja is Kazrog’s first release. The platformer is..