Tag: indie

Apr
07

REVIEW: AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected

Don’t judge a book by its cover…

Mar
29

REVIEW: Dawn of Man

Madruga Works have gone all the way from space colonization on their previous game Planetbase, to the Paleolithic Age now on Dawn of Man. But how well do they exactly fare given the change of scenery?

Mar
28

PREVIEW: Bloom

Fight your way through hordes of demon summoners in this retro-inspired FPS. Bloom is a simplistic, no-nonsense, “shoot everything that moves” kind of game and it works.

Mar
26

REVIEW: Chromatic Aberration

Chromatic Aberration is a Pixel-Art Action Shooter that tries to be a “Doom Clone” but just falls short of standing out.

Mar
12

REVIEW: Tooth and Tail

Tooth and Tail is one of the most accessible and memorable RTS games to date.

Mar
11

PREVIEW: Beacon

Beacon is one of the most satisfying top-down shooters to look at, and even though it doesn’t necessarily bring much new to the table, it is still a competent and fun game.

Mar
08

PREVIEW: Wildermyth

Do you yearn for Adventure? From humble farmer origins to mighty warriors. Let your legend be written in the blood of your foes. Enter the tactical fray of the Yondering Lands

Feb
27

REVIEW: OneShot

How far can you suspend your disbelief until a NPC/AI can appear human? OneShot puts you to that test.

Feb
26

REVIEW: The Legend of Evil

This side-scrolling tower offense game should be thought of more as a puzzle game rather than a tower defense/offense game.

Feb
16

REVIEW: Cyberdrome

Fight through the battles like a ninja god in a first-person, cyberpunk-style and melee-heavy arcade arena world.