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Meditations gives you a free small indie game every day in 2019

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Rami Ismail, co-founder of Vlambeer and developer of Nuclear Throne and Luftrausers, has announced a new indie launcher called Meditations. Meditations isn't competing with the likes of Steam, GOG Galaxy or Epic Store. Instead, it gives you a small indie game to play every day. Each of these games was made in around six...

The Last Night runs into “massive business, legal & funding issues”

The Last Night
The Last Night is an indie cyberpunk platformer first announced in 2017 - one that we are really looking forward to playing. Sadly, creator and game director Tim Soret has revealed that the game has run into "massive business, legal and funding issues." So much so, that the studio Odd Tales had to cancel...

Gris review: Beautiful journey through grief

The watercolor graphics and dreamy soundtrack steal the spotlight, but Gris is more than a pretty game. You don’t need me to tell you that Gris is beautiful - the art style was the focus of its entire marketing. It’s true, though; Gris looks and sounds absolutely gorgeous, and I couldn’t stop taking screenshot...

Best games of 2018: 25 games we loved playing this year

It's time to bid farewell to 2018 and remember all the great games it brought us. We've waited right until the final days of the year to compile our best games list, just to be sure we manage to play and experience as many of them as possible. It was a grueling process (poor us), but in...

Fallout 76 review: War never changes but now you won’t fight alone

Fallout 76 review
At its current stage, Fallout 76 gives you a fun post-apocalyptic experience, but it still needs a few updates before it can be at its best. Like in most Fallout games, In Fallout 76 you play a person that survived the nuclear holocaust in one of Vault-Tec's underground vaults scattered all over the USA....

Darksiders 3 review: A slow but welcome return to the apocalypse

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With a weak story and a bland combat system, Darksiders 3 starts slow, but as the pieces join together, it forms a memorable return to the series. The Darksiders series has been away for some time. Luckily, the good guys at THQ Nordic brought it back to life with Darksiders 3. Despite starting...

Freja and the False Prophecy takes you on a journey through Nordic mythology

Freja and the False Prophecy
Freja and the False Prophecy is a Metroidvania platform game, taking place in the world of Nordic mythology. You are playing as Freja, a vulnerable but clever warrior, on her journey away from her horrible past into an unknown future. On this journey, we will pass through the nine worlds of Yggdrasil, the Nordic tree of life, fighting...

Close to the Sun trailer takes us to Nikola Tesla’s terrifying science ship

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In Close to the Sun, you play journalist Rose who's trapped aboard a vast ship called Helios built by Nikola Tesla. Yes, that Nikola Tesla. You are there to find Rose's sister, and to figure out what has happened aboard the Helios. I don't know much, but the Close to the Sun announcement trailer...

Sneak through the Wild West in El Hijo, a spaghetti-western stealth game

El Hijo
El Hijo is a spaghetti-western stealth title by the Berlin-based indie studio Berlin-based Honig Studios. It is a non-violent game, where you play a six year old searching for his mother in the Wild West. The teaser trailer below can give you a little bit more context on how the kid and his mother got separated.

The Council review: Broken promises

The Council review
After a promising start, The Council slowly descends into the realm of the mediocre and the ridiculous, before fizzling out completely in the end. I absolutely loved The Council - Episode One: The Mad Ones. It was a refreshing take on the narrative adventure genre that held so much promise. In my review, I...

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