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Josh Griffiths is a writer and amateur historian. He has a passion for 3D platformers, narrative-driven games, and books. Josh is also Cliqist’s video producer. He’s currently working on his first novel, and will be doing so on and off for the next decade.
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Saddle Up Cowboy, It’s Off to Battle With Age of Grit’s...

Last month, iqSoup released a battle demo for their cowboy steampunk game Age of Grit. Yes, that is indeed the greatest sentenced every written....
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Explore Space With Feline Starring Metroidvania Stray

Metroidvania’s have been ever popular since their inception, and they’ve found a nice niche for themselves in the indie world of Kickstarter. Stray looks...
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WW2 Shooter Days of War is Kickstarter Déjà vu

Remember that really popular and highly successful World War II multiplayer shooter that’s in its final hours of its Kickstarter? It’s called Battalion 1944,...
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Mainlining Makes Government Sponsored Hacking Fun Again

Talk about a quick turnaround. I was so enthralled by what I saw from Mainlining last Friday I had to play it as quickly...

Fig’s Rock Band 4 Campaign is a Crowdfunding Sour Note

Somehow I don’t think this is what Fig was originally intended for. Fresh(ish) off the heels of the massively successful Psychonauts 2 campaign, Fig...

Lobotomy Corporation, An Adorable and Disturbing Strategy Roguelike

Lobotomy Corporation is a rogue-like simulator out of South Korea. It combines elements of Prison Architect and Fallout Shelter with gory and gruesome monsters...

Follia Dear Father, Another Forgettable Kickstarter Horror, or Something Special?

Shan’t a week pass without a new indie first person horror game launching on Kickstarter. This week, it’s Follia Dear Father, a psychological horror...

Atomic Society Adds A Post-Apocalyptic Twist to City Building

You know all those post-apocalyptic games that have been coming out in the last few years? They’re all starting to feel the same, aren’t...
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VIDEO – Lancelot’s Hangover Didn’t Get Me Drunk

I’m willing to admit I didn’t do a good job explaining myself in the demo for Deliver Us the Moon’s WSA Space Center demo....

Mainlining Brings Governmental Spying Back to Kickstarter

Kickstarter has seen a plethora of true political games in its history, and that trend continues with Mainlining, a point & click hacking adventure. Whereas...
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Seiyuu Danshi and the Life of a Voice Actor

Apparently, we haven’t yet covered Seiyuu Danshi, which is a great shame. It’s a visual novel about a young voice actor who doesn’t take...
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New Shiness Update Delivers First Gameplay Trailer

Indie RPG Shiness is continuing its campaign to embarrass even AAA RPG’s with its high production values. Earlier this week, Ynnis Interactive released a...

Prove Mom Right As a Low Level Baddie in Mediocre Monster

You know those crappy level 1 monsters you fight at the beginning of RPGs? What do you think they do when you aren’t around...

Discordia Guardians of the Domain, not the Galaxy

If you’re looking for spice in Kickstarter, try Discordia: Guardians of the Domain, courtesy of Chilean developer Movimiento Épico. That sounded a lot better...
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Introducing CAT – Crowdfunding Analysis Time – Geeks & Gamers Dating

Crowdfunding Analysis Time is an amazing title, despite what you otherwise might think. Let’s get that out of the way now, okay? Let’s just...
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Need to Know and the Politics of Video Games

Need to Know blew past its initial $20,000 goal in a few days, and it’s now more than doubled that. It’s a political thriller;...