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Explore the Static Lagoon, Hands-Free

Remember reading the Choose Your Own Adventure books? I always seemed to pick precisely the worst possible choice at every turn, though they frequently had the most...

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May PlayStation Plus Deal Offers Free Indie Games

As the month of April comes to a close, I know many PlayStation Plus members have at least one question on their minds: What’s on the lineup of free games in May?...

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Tower Slash Runs You Up the Wall

Although swiping a finger on a mobile screen is nowhere close to a sword slash, the feeling is nonetheless satisfying. There’s plenty of that Tower Slash, a...

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Trade Cards, and Giggles, in Little Warlock

Do you have young children in your life that you’re dying to teach about gaming? Trading card games are one good option that’s open to players of all ages,...

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Gardens of Gonzo Focuses on Player-generated Content

Back in March of 2014, indie studio Straight to Floppy Productions announced that their free-to-play MMORPG Gardens of Gonzo was available for download. Inspired by the...

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Replay Tests Your Memories of Classic Gaming

How old school are you, really? Can you remember your earliest game? What was your first system? (Mine was Pong. Yes, I’m the oldest IGM staff member. Yes,...

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Keep Them Up – A Game About Not Letting Balls Drop

Designed as a party game by the solo dev at Blank Brain Games, Keep Them Up involves an inflated balloon and one rule: Don’t let it hit the ground. It’s a...

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Make Calculated Moves in Zero – A Numbers Puzzle Game

An engaging mobile game may consist of nothing more than tapping on your handheld device’s screen, but may also require no more thought than that required to...

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Elypt Now Orbiting Mobile Devices

Elypt is a brand new mobile game developed by JoyGlitch, an indie game development studio based in Porto, Portugal. The game offers a variant to the endless runner genre...

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IGM Forum Finds: Nevergrind – A Browser-Based RPG Adventure

Browser-based games are turning into a bit of a lost art form, as more developers take advantage of services like itch.io, and more games flood Greenlight and...