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Cheapskate Tuesday: 5 Free Indie Games to Soothe Your Nightmare Existence

Sit down, dear friendo. I would like to take you on a journey. A wonderful journey that will change your life. When arrive at...

Free Indie Games – Picross Touches Me With Numbers [VIDEO]

Picross is "is a very fun and addicting puzzle game," at least according to Picross Touch creator Jon Gallant. What is Picross Touch? Well,...

Free Indie Games – Emily is Away isn’t Very Good

Emily is Away is probably a game you’ve already heard about. It made the indie game journalist scene when it came out in 2015...

Free Indie Games – Trilby: The Art of Theft is High...

Trilby: The Art of Theft is a fascinating game for any number of reasons. It comes to us via Ben Croshaw, better known as...

Free Indie Games – Tanks of Freedom is an Advance Wars...

Tanks of Freedom is a turn-based action RPG similar to Advance Wars, which is a sub-genre that’s been blowing up lately with Tiny Metal...

Free Indie Games – In the Name of Freedom’s War is...

In the Name of Freedom has a good idea behind it, and I'm pretty sure its developers mean well. That's about the best you...

Free Indie Games – Stand O’ Food

Originally a mobile game, Stand O’Food has been ported to several platforms now, including where I first played it on the PS3’s PlayStation Mini’s...

Free Indie Games – Path to Christmas

There aren’t a lot of options out there when it comes to holiday video games. Almost all of them are Christmas games, and the...

Free Indie Games: 80 Days – A Perfect Experience

Inkle Studios’ 80 Days is one of the few games I would all perfect. What is a perfect game? It’s easy to say there...

Free Indie Games – Fallen London

Fallen London is a free browser game created by Failbetter Games, the same company behind Sunless Sea and Sunless Skies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuDYjfZ5fYA Anything is Possible The big appeal...

Free Indie Games: Escaping Syria in Path Out

Another day, another think piece on why video games are important. I’ll spare you the usual long-winded explanation as to why gaming is an...
arboreta

Weekindies: Wander the Forest in Arboreta

Do you ever just appreciate the concept of colour? I love those twitter bots that just tweet out swatches, or the clock that turns...

Weekindies: Share a Smoke in Got a Light?

I get the impression that every woman who’s into women has stories like the one that plays out in Got A Light? I know...
The Little Ship

Weekindies: Sail the Seas in The Little Ship

The opening screen of The Little Ship has a poignant message: “Sometimes beautiful things can pause your journey.” This is partly a tutorial – hitting...
unfulfilled

Weekindies: Build Your Own Platformer in Unfulfilled

If you've been itching to try your hand at game development, but lack the time or skills to dive in, Unfulfilled gives you the chance...
Lost Wage Rampage

Weekindies: Get Your Fair Share in Lost Wage Rampage

International Women’s Day was this week. Time to stick it to the patriarchy with Lost Wage Rampage! Sexism is infuriating. There’s only so many calm conversations...