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IGM at EGX 2015: The Assembly

Virtual reality (VR) is becoming ever more prominent in the game industry, with many studios working on titles for the Oculus Rift, Playstation VR and the HTC Vive....

Explore Titan Through Virtual Reality with P.O.L.L.E.N

Humanity has always been fascinated by the prospect of finding life on other planets, as evidenced by much scientific research as well as sci-fi games and movies. The...

Soda Drinker Pro Gives Neuromuscular Patients a Little Fizz

Drinking soda doesn’t sound like the most exciting idea for a video game, that much can be admitted. But Soda Drinker Pro is more than just drinking soda. The...

E3 2015: Time Machine VR Gets a New Trailer

Minority Media, the same folks that developed Papo & Yo, just released a special E3 2015 trailer for their upcoming Oculus Rift exclusive titled Time Machine VR. The...

Kickstart This: Explore the Seas With Neptune Flux

Meet Sarah, a young woman who tries to forget about her troubled past. She works for A.Q.U.A., a global conglomerate which is in charge of preparing for humanity’s...

Nap Later, Sleepers Will Soon Awaken

Imagine awakening on a ship deep in space. You don’t know how long you’ve been asleep. In fact, you don’t even know who you are. Or how you got on that...

The Assembly Re-emerges with a Redesign and New Trailer

The Assembly premiered with a very short teaser before last year’s E3 before keeping fairly quiet, until now. A brand new “Two Perspectives” trailer...

Monstrum – Procedurally-Generated Horror Gets Full Release

Monstrum is leaving Early Access on Steam, with an official launch scheduled for May 20. Later this week, horror-lovers will be able to have their dreams haunted by a...

Kickstart This: Plugged, a Surreal ‘Look-and-Click’ Adventure

With more and more games coming out including Oculus Rift support, the creators of Plugged have seen fit to deem their creation a “look-and-click”...

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...