Death’s Gambit Review: That Which Won’t Die

Developed by White Rabbit and produced by Adult Swim Games, Death’s Gambit is one undead’s journey across a war-ravaged land as Death’s soldier of retribution....

Choice of the Dragon is Still Monstrous Fun for the Bookworm Gamer

While there are games where dragons feature as enemy encounters, I always want to be the dragon. There’s the classic Spyro series to fulfill...

Interview With Rainswept Dev Aarman Sandhu

A couple of days ago we wrote about Rainswept, an adventure focusing on a cop investigating a murder suicide. After trying the fantastic demo...

Top Ten Indie Games on the Nintendo Switch

With over 1,000 games on the Nintendo Switch, it can be hard to figure out which ones are worth your time. While there are...

Multiplayer Indie Games You May Have Missed

Indie games have become a safe haven for couch multiplayer, whether you're into archery, fencing, or being a narwhal in space, indie developers know...

One Terrifying and Promising Night with Pamali

Horror games based on folklore are pretty common these days. It makes sense: a lot of folklore is truly terrifying stuff, and it’s fascinating...

Love Therapy Through Box Manipulation in Solo

You may recall we did some fiddling around with the game at GDC 2018, but Team Gotham's Solo has set sail into release. While the game does...

5 Years and 5,000 Stories

This here post marks the 5,000th story published on Cliqist. To the casual reader that's not necessarily a big deal, but to me it's...

EuroGame Roadtrip: An Interview with Gamemaker’s Julian Adams

Our road trip takes a Banjo-Kazooie style turn about back to the UK to chat with Julian Adams, programmer on Hyper Light Drifter and Swords Of...
Into the Breach

Into the Breach: 10 Tips for Beginners

Into the Breach is finally out, and it’s pretty good. I’ve been playing it almost nonstop since launch, and while I don’t think it’ll...
Into the Breach: The History of Kaiju and What It Says About Us

Into the Breach: Mankind’s Place in The History of Kaiju

What does the history of the kaiju genre (kaiju translates to "strange beast"), from Godzilla to Attack on Titan, and Pacific Rim, tell us about...

Art of the Roguelike, and the Rogue-Lite Distinction

Over the last several years, the gaming subgenre known as the "roguelike" seems to be making quite the comeback. It's somewhat odd considering the...

Mechs of Decades Past: The Roots of Into the Breach

Into the Breach is Cliqist's Game of the Month for March 2018. As such, we'll be exploring the influences, both mechanical and stylistic, that converge...

Dujanah Shows the Cowardice of Gritty Realism

Dujanah slips into a windowless room with purple walls, and a soft piano ballad named “Mothers were all darlings” begins to play. What of footprints?...

Into the Breach: Building a Better Mech with Subset Games’ Justin Ma

FTL: Faster Than Light developers Subset Games have created something truly remarkable with Into the Breach; a turn-based strategy that game manages to create divergent, unpredictable...

Game of the Month: March 2018 – Into the Breach

Monsters, mechs, and mayhem, oh my! It’s time once again to kick off our Game of the Month coverage and this month we’ve selected...