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Olija is a retro action-adventure inspired by legends and Asian fantasy

Olija
Olija brings adventurous exploration, razor-sharp combat, and retro pixel art visuals to PC and Switch later this year. It's developed by Skeleton Crew Studio, an indie studio from Japan, and published by Devolver Digital. Watch Olija's announcement trailer, first aired during Devolver Direct 2020. https://youtu.be/gXNbXZ8SNhU Olija...

Carrion terrorizes the PC, Switch, and Xbox One on July 23

Carrion release date trailer
Carrion, the reverse horror game where you play as the icky monster, is coming out later this month. The game's release date was one of the few announcements during Devolver Direct 2020. It was revealed by the game's protagonist, a hideous blob of flesh, together with head of Xbox Phil Spencer.

Othercide dev videos talk about the stunning art, characters, and combat

Othercide is a stylish horror tactical-RPG, developed by Lightbulb Crew, due to release on July 28. As humanity's last hope, you lead your army of Daughters in an intricate dance of spectacular combat against fearsome bosses. To shed some light on different aspects of their game, Lightbulb Crew has released a short, two-episode web...

Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York review: a rich, bloody VN

Coteries of New York review
Coteries of New York is a highly interactive visual novel with a classic Vampire: The Masquerade story of power struggles and betrayal. You'll face many critical choices, and more importantly - their consequences. I admit I'm not all that into visual novels, but I am a Vampire: The Masquerade fan....

Hellpoint challenges you to face cosmic horrors in deep space on July 30

Hellpoint
Hellpoint is a sci-fi action RPG developed by Cradle Games and published by tinyBuild. The game was funded on Kickstarter about three years ago, and after a long wait, it finally got an official release date - July 30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B21L4jBysCA Hellpoint heavily focuses on stamina-based combat, much like the...

West of Dead review: Unfinished business

West of Dead review
West of Dead has everything it needs to succeed, and yet it remains stuck in its own little limbo - forever moving forward but never getting anywhere. The roguelike genre is on fire. It presents indie developers with a priceless opportunity to take a familiar and beloved formula, and use...

Top 10 indie game pitches from #PitchYaGame – Round 2

Pitch ya game round 2
#PitchYaGame is back for another round, and developers from all across Twitter are sharing their games with the world. We combed from another batch of them and handpicked our favorite top 10 games (in no particular order). Enjoy, and be sure to follow these devs and projects. For more top indie game pitches, check...

Party Animals is more of a cuddly mosh pit than an action game

Party Animals
Party Animals is a "floppy physics action game" where cute animals grab, bash, and throw each other around like adorable sacks of pudding. The co-op brawler looks similar to the hilarious Gang Beasts, though a lot cuter. Instead of featureless humanoids, you play as puppies, kittens, duckies, bunnies, and dinosaurs.

Summer in Mara review: A fruitful vacation

Summer of Mara review
Summer in Mara takes some of the best elements from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and embeds them in a fun and relaxing farming sim that encourages exploration and creativity. I was never a big fan of farming sims like Stardew Valley or My Time at Portia. But after...

Sam Barlow’s new title, Project Ambrosio, is his most ambitious game yet

Project Ambrosio
Sam Barlow, the man behind the gripping FMV games Her Story and Telling Lies, has announced his next game - Project Ambrosio. The name is just a working title, as the game is also known as Project A███████ on Steam. What's Project Ambrosio about? No idea. It could be about snakes, or synchronized swimming...

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