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The Textorcist is a bullet hell where you need to dodge while typing in Latin

The Textorcist
The Textorcist is a bullet hell typing game. That's write! Ahh... right. Not only do you need to dodge dozens of incoming projectiles with pin-point accuracy, but you also need to type in an incantation to exorcise the demon shooting them at you; at the same time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpMTzOCk2qU You...

The Blind Prophet, a mature, hand-drawn adventure game, is now on Kickstarter

The Blind Prophet
The Blind Prophet is a point-and-click adventure game set in a "tragically blunt and mature universe." This description alone, plus the comic art style, was enough to catch my attention, and I'm glad it did. The game is developed by Ars Goetia Games, a one-man studio led by Baptiste Miny with the help of...

Lunark is a cinematic 2D platformer that channels Flashback, Another World

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If Prince of Persia, Another World, Flashback or Captain Claw are some of your favorite retro games, you should really keep an eye out on, or even back, Lunark - a cinematic 2D platformer on a new Kickstarter campaign. Solo indie dev Johan Vinet develops this ambitious game. Vinet has contributed to previous successful...

Atomic Heart gameplay video shows 10 minutes of Russian System Shock

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Remember Atomic Heart, that weird "BioShock, but in the Soviet Union" game we first learned about mid-2018? Well, indie developer Mudfish has finally released a proper gameplay video, showing it in action. The video is 10 minutes long and shows a glimpse of the open world before our protagonist, a chain-smoking KGB officer, gets...

Nintendo highlights a bunch of new indie games coming to the Switch

Nintendo has released a new video, full of "turn-based, role-playing and platforming action." More specifically - indie action. Check it out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8eRT4HVT1U The first game on the list is Wargroove, a new indie turn-based strategy game by Chucklefish. In Wargroove, up to four players wage war on lovely pixelated...

FutureGrind review: The good kind of grinding

FutureGrind
With a sharp neon aesthetic, it flips but doesn't flop. FutureGrind has all the makings of a classic arcade game wrapped in pretty low-poly graphics. FutureGrind is the latest game by indie developer Milkbag Games. Everything you need to know is all in the name - it's the future, you ride bikes and grind...

Warriors: Rise to Glory Early Access preview: Your own gladiator dynasty

Warriors: Rise to Glory is an Israeli indie game, developed by Gavra Games. It is a turn-based fighting game with RPG elements, in which you play as a brave warrior at the beginning of his path to becoming the greatest gladiator there ever was. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbvnOpBF2T8 Creating the Ultimate Fighter

The Hong Kong Massacre release date announced in action-filled trailer

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Indie developer VRESKI has released a new trailer for their hard-boiled top-down shooter The Hong Kong Massacre. Like you would expect if you read our impressions from the Gamescom demo, the trailer is full of shooting, Max Payne-esque slow motion, and tons of destruction. It's really a sight to behold. Apart...

Degrees of Separation gameplay video solves puzzles with heat and cold

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Developer Moondrop and publisher Modus Games have released a new gameplay video for the puzzle platformer Degrees of Separation. In the video, the game's producer walks us through a few short segments of the game, while explaining about the core gameplay elements. We learn how the two main characters, Ember and Rime, can manipulate...

Refugee interactive story Bury Me, My Love is now available on PC and Switch

Bury Me, My Love
Bury Me, My Love is an " instant messaging narrative game" about the Syrian civil war, and one refugee's journey to find safety in Europe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYaNM1QSFRM The story is told via text messages between a Syrian migrant named Nour and her husband Majd who was forced to stay behind....

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