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Georgi was only a wee child when he discovered the wonders of blowing up bad guys in Unreal Tournament. Since then, he’s grown into a game maker, a connoisseur of weird indie offerings and a madman writing about said things on the internet. As it turns out, he’s also pretty good at making homemade pizza.

Project Automata’s Demo Is Polished, But Lifeless

When it comes to management games, I usually prefer ones which involve overseeing operations in smaller capacities. This might be because I've grown up playing city builders...

Double Fine Goes Unreal With Latest Psychonauts 2 Update

Despite a lack of gameplay footage available for Psychonauts 2, Double Fine Productions has finally decided to offer us a glimpse of some form of the game in action. The company...
Hyper Light Drifter

Hyper Light Drifter Feels Like A Whole New Game

My biggest complaint about Hyper Light Drifter was its 30FPS lock. Mostly because of the the game's heavy reliance on split-second reactions, such a technical restriction seemed...

BrightLocker Shows Why Crowdfunding And Gamification Shouldn’t Mix

I'd be surprised if you've heard anything about BrightLocker in the past few months. Ever since I covered the up and coming crowdfunding platform last...

Guts and Glory Is Happy Wheels All Over Again

A game called Guts and Glory arrived on Kickstarter last week. No, I'm not talking about that mobile swiping game with the muscular gladiators wielding...

Become A Horror Game Show Contestant In Criken’s I.C.U. 

I thought Twitch couldn't get crazier after watching a couple of fish playing Street Fighter against each other. It turns out I was wrong, because now we're about to...
Vex

Vex’s Steam Launch Is An Important Kickstarter Success

Kickstarters that end up raising less than $1,000 don't exactly have the best track record. Judging by our awesome, handy-dandy Kickstarter data, a significant number of those...

Curing Space Whales With Flamethrowers in Blubber Busters

There's something really unsettling about flying whales. Perhaps I first realized this while refusing to acknowledge their grim existence in Dishonored. Then there was Aik, which somehow managed to incorporate the floating sea beasts...

Lost Ember Looks Stunning on the Eve of Its Kickstarter

Every once in a while, we like to bring your attention to games which have yet to land on Kickstarter's perilous shores. Those are usually somewhat...

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Gets Delayed, Waves Goodbye to PS3 And Xbox...

Ever since it got funded in October 2013 for a little more than $700,000, Shantae: Half-Genie Hero has evolved into quite the promising looking platformer. Unfortunately, it...

Stealing Food and Avoiding Explosive Vodka In Russian Subway Dogs

Have you ever pondered upon the peculiarities of becoming a stray dog, having to steal food from unsuspecting humans? I know, that's quite the...

Could WWII Games Find Salvation On Kickstarter?

Let me start by saying that I love historical, World War-based games. Whether it's a good old Call of Duty 2 or a more unorthodox and charming Valiant Hearts doesn't really...

Mighty No. 9 Was a Victim of Its Kickstarter Success

It's no secret that Keiji Inafume's Mighty No. 9 isn't exactly a great game. Reviews came along and everyone's fears proved to be right,...

Management Sim “The Founder” Shows Experimental Games’ Kickstarter Potential

Standing out on Kickstarter is no easy task, especially if you're making a game like The Founder - a management simulator which tasks players...

Sausage Sports Club Is A Goofy, Insanely Fun-Looking Party Game

Is it a sausage? Is it a corgi? Oh, no. It's both, actually. The second element can also be a bald eagle, a "birdie"...

Just How Important Are Demos For Crowdfunding?

Remember the times when magazines and demo disks were the holy grail of gaming? Not only could you read about the latest in AAA, but there was...