Kickstarter Game of the Week: Shakes & Fidget – The Adventure

Playa Games and King Art Games have teamed up to determine once and for all if gamers actually hate fun with their newest endeavor,...

Renowned Explorers Sets the Bar High for Roguelikes

Renowned Explorers: International Society is such a great game that we decided to write about it twice. It's a roguelike that turns the genre...

The Story of the American Game Developer Charged with Spying on...

1979 Revolution: Black Friday might be one of the ambitious games ever made, certainly the riskiest. It’s a game about the 1979 Iranian Revolution,...

Rhythm Is A Dancer in Rhythm Doctor

I don't often play rhythm games. I used to play the drums before my carpal tunnel got in the way, so you'd think these...

Phobos Vector Prime : A Last Starfighter Inspired Space Shooter

Video game pilots drew the short straw. True, its a job only a select few can handle, requiring dexterity, bravery, and uncanny spatial awareness....

Hands-On With GNOG, A Sugary Snack

Out for PC/Steam and Playstation 4, GNOG feels like a pop-up book with an AR component. Players select a module (heads of the theme you're...

Epic Rap Battles of Horror: Dead by Daylight -vs- Friday the...

The spooky season is finally upon us mandating that we dive in to all the horror genre has to offer. What better way to...

There Might Be Ponds at IndieCade 2017

From the makers of Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor comes There Might Be Ponds, a cute but uniquely odd game at IndieCade 2017. Initially seeming like a harmless...

Cosmic Top Secret at IndieCade 2017

Cosmic Top Secret sounds kind of wild but felt, well, familiar. You play as an adult who finds out your dad has kind of...

The Secluded, Alien World of Epitasis

If human beings are indeed not alone in the sprawling universe, I hope for two things. One, that their culture does not carry with...

Critiquing Plague Road, a Game Made by a Friend

Before leaving to join Arcade Distillery, Conrad Zimmerman worked at Cliqist behind the scenes as an editor. It was my idea, as Executive Editor...

Fawning Over Where the Water Tastes Like Wine at IndieCade 2017

I wasn't sure what to expect with Where the Water Tastes Like Wine (previous coverage). I knew it was going to be story based with multiple endings...

The Forgotten Spanish Civil War Game that Lets You Play as...

The world is a well-connected place these days. The internet has played a big role in shrinking borders, as much as some people hate...

The Dystopian Future Games of IndieCade 2017

IndieCade2017 was held the same week as Blade Runner 2049, and oddly enough, it was also crammed with not-so-utopian sci-fi worlds. Most are funny and...

Unbox’s Original Concept is a Double-Edged Sword

You may want to take a seat before reading this next sentence, maybe get a glass of water or take a deep breath. Unbox...

Kickstarter Game of the Week: Hell Let Loose

The mud squishes beneath the men's boots as they secure the farmhouse. Sarge delivers his orders in a calm, calculated voice as the team...