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Impostor Factory is a time-looping murder mystery, by To the Moon creators

Impostor Factory
Freebird Games, the creators of the emotional adventure game To The Moon, are working on several new "carefully crafted stories." However, there's one they really want to share with us - Impostor Factory. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JRrRMUlJEA Impostor Factory is a thriller-mystery about a series of bloody murders that uses one of...

Yuppie Psycho gives life to the horrors of a corporate day job

Yuppie Psycho
Do you remember your first real job? I sure can - I was a lowly QA in a financial technology company, testing out automatic payment systems. It wasn't fun. Still, I had it better than Brian Pasternack in Yuppie Psycho. Yuppie Psycho is an upcoming indie horror game by Baroque Decay. It is about...

Degrees of Separation review: A puzzle of ice and fire

Degrees of Separation review
Degrees of Separation is a cute, slightly challenging platformer best experienced with a loved one. Its charm lies in its co-op puzzles that sometimes overshadow the touching narrative. They say opposites attract. In Degrees of Separation, they can also freeze water, generate explosions, and even create magical bridges. But best of all, they can...

The Textorcist review: There’s a new type of Bullet Hell in town

The Textorcist is an extremely tough but rewarding Bullet Hell that's slightly on the frustrating side. The Textorcist is kind of a unique concept - it's a Bullet Hell typing game, combined with a healthy dose of humor and just the right amount of frustration. In case the term “Bullet Hell...

Tower Princess lets you take a princess on the most dangerous of dates

We all know that if your date doesn't involve deadly traps, huge slime monsters, and dragons - it's not a real date. Luckily, Tower Princess is an action platformer, roguelite, souls-like, dating simulator, that has all of those elements and more, so you can finally have that perfect date. Tower Princess is an indie...

Sparklite is a cute Zelda-inspired “approachable roguelike”

Sparklite
Neat pixel art, classic Zelda gameplay and bold themes are just a few of the elements that get me excited for a new indie game, and from the moment I saw the Sparklite teaser trailer, I knew it was one of those games. Sparklite is a steampunk roguelite inspired by The Legend of Zelda:...

Unruly Heroes review: Well, at least it’s pretty

Unruly Heroes review
Unruly Heroes’ visuals are truly stunning, but the platforming, combat, and story lack any real depth. I wanted to like Unruly Heroes; I really did. I love the art style, the character sprites, the animations - basically, the whole visual side of the game looks pretty darn impressive. Sadly, everything else never measures up...

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

Lunark
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...

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