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Joanna Mueller is a lifelong gamer who used to insist on having the Super Mario Bros manual read to her as a bedtime story. Now she's reading Minecraft books to her own kiddo while finally making use of her degree to write about games.

Nocked! True Tales Of Robin Hood Looking To Expand Platform Horizons

It’s rare to see an already fully funded game put up a Kickstarter campaign. Usually this is the place developers go when they’ve exhausted...

Unknown Realm Goes Full 8-Bit For Commodore 64 And PC

Unknown Realm: The Siege Perilous is a single player medieval fantasy RPG raising funds over on Kickstarter. Unlike many retro-styled Kickstarter projects, Stirring Dragon...

AdventureQuest 3D Kicks Off Frostval Celebration

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when online games all get spiffy holiday re-skins for a few weeks. Looking to get in...

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Turns To Procedurally Generated Destruction

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night raised a ridiculous sum of money with its Kickstarter campaign. When a project has 64,867 backers, it's safe to assume people are pretty...

Super Red-Hot Hero Offers Explosive Platforming Action

Strangelight Games has already invested a considerable amount of time and money into their new action-platformer, Super Red-Hot Hero. Now the team has taken...

Renegade Line Takes A Shot At Competitive Comedic Multiplayer

Raw Vengeance Games has spent the last two years working on their third-person comic shooter and now, they have finally brought Renegade Line to Kickstarter....

Kickstarter Backers Win With Epic Manager Full Release Followup

After they managed to raise CA$ 37,933 on Kickstarter back in 2014, ManaVoid Entertainment made steady progress on their game, Epic Manager. The project just...

Night In The Woods Delayed, Fans Get Consolation Prize

You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and then you have the facts of crowdfunding. Ignoring that most of...

Camp Sunshine Adds Horror To The Holidays With Winter Theme

Nothing spices up a 16-bit horror themed summer camp like snow. At least that seems to be the idea behind Fossil Games’ latest Camp...

Gibbous – A Cthulhu Adventure Shows Off, And It’s Impressive

Let’s just get this out of the way, Stuck In Attic’s point-and-click adventure game, Gibbous – A Cthulhu Adventure, was always gorgeous. The frame-by-frame...

Cosmic Star Heroine Cuts Hacking Mini-Game

Following up their recent presentation at PSX, developer Zeboyd Games has confirmed Cosmic Star Heroine will not feature a hacking mini-game. Instead the team will...

War For The Overworld Releases Flex Goal DLC

After successfully releasing War For The Overworld last year on Steam, Subterranean Games is finally ready to unveil their new, backer funded, Crucible DLC....

Be Traumatized Over And Over, Visage Will Have Multiple Endings

Know how great it feels to make it to the end of a psychological horror game? Not only did you survive the story, but...

A Closer Look at We Happy Few’s Joyfully Massive Clockwork Update

It has been a while since I tried out the Early Access build of We Happy Few. The latest improvements introduced in 'The Clockwork...

Plague Road Is Getting Physical On PlayStation Vita

News that Plague Road is coming to PS Vita already had backers overjoyed. Arcade Distillery’s twisted turn-based tactical rogue-like is about halfway to its...

You Are Not The Hero Wraps Up Another Year Of Negligible...

Despite setting a hard release date for April 2016, You Are Not The Hero hasn’t shown much development progress this year. This planned release date...