The May Issue of Indie Game Magazine is Now Available

Going stir crazy waiting for the next issue of IGM ever since our April relaunch? Well, don’t hit that “Mayday” button just yet, because Issue 37  is here to save the day before it’s even in any danger! The May issue is packed with previews, reviews, features, and a number of guest columns to keep both gamers and game devs alike in the know about what’s going on in the indie game community.

Our cover story this month is Freedom Planet, developed by Galaxy Trail as a love letter to the classic ’90s era mascot platformers like Sonic the Hedgehog and Mario, sprinkled with a bit of Gunstar Heroes. If you haven’t heard about the game yet, you simply cannot miss this issue. (Even if you HAVE heard about it, we’ve got the exclusive inside scoop about features, bonus content, and the development team to make it more than worth the price of admission.) In case you missed it making the social media rounds, take a look at this month’s cover:


April’s promotional month has ended, so if you’d like to pick up a copy of our May issue, the only way to do so is to purchase either a single issue, or subscribe for the year for just $25 and save big! We’ve still got some promo codes to give away from generous sponsors, so if you want to take advantage and get a bonus game with your purchase, you’ve got to be an early bird! We’re switching digital providers this month, so smart device users can get their mobile edition fix via Joomag.

Once again, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank the community for being so supportive of our relaunch! The more issues we sell, the more content we can provide, and we’ve got a laundry list of ways we’d like to improve the IGM experience. Those interested in helping support us further can do so by simply sharing this month’s Magazine, and spreading the word about IGM. We hope you enjoy the May mag, and all our future issues!

Vinny Parisi graduated from the Ramapo College of New Jersey with a degree in Journalism. No stranger to the industry, Vinny first picked up an NES controller at the tender age of two-years-old and hasn't stopped gaming since. RPG and Action-adventure are his genres of choice, but there isn't much he hasn't played. His thoughts and shenanigans are displayed for all the world to see @Vincent_Parisi