Degrees of Separation Review: A Pretty Puzzler That Brings The Heat (And The Cold)

Degrees of Separation is a co-operative game that centers around the concept of opposites and how harmony can only be achieved through working together,...

How Early Is Too Early? (for early access) [VIDEO]

Early Access has been a pretty mixed bag for indie gaming over the years. On one hand it provides developers with funds and players...

Note From the Editor: Announcing Cliqist’s New Editor in Chief

When my future baby-momma was pregnant with our first child she asked me when I was going to tell my dad about our upcoming...

Devotion Review: An Emotional, Surreal Experience

Psychological horror is difficult to do well, so when games like Devotion come around, it’s pretty damn special. Despite initially appearing as an average...
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Dusk Review: Gibs and Gore Galore

Dusk is a game that revels in violence as though it was actually from the era whose graphical style it apes. If there's anything...
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Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics Review: Occult Strategy in World War II

Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics is like a stalemate between entertainment and a drag. It’s stimulating to plan out your next move. Unfortunately, waiting for your...

Life is Strange 2 Rules Review: Character Building in Beaver Creek

The second episode of Life is Strange 2, Rules, slowed things down. This episode didn’t cram quite as much into its running time as the...

Pikuniku Review: A Playful Puzzle Platformer With an Edge

Out now on PC and the Switch, Pikuniku is an exploration-based puzzle platformer who's whimsical appearance belies a sinister undercurrent. Developed by Sectordub and...
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Himeko Sutori Preview – Niche Strategy on its Way Up

Himeko Sutori is a strategy game which has an interesting background. It has a certain feeling of familiarity to Japanese strategy titles such as...

Vane Review: A Beautiful, yet Brief, Transformation of Genres

Much like how Vane’s main character can transform between a bird and a girl, Vane itself transforms genres throughout the course of the four...

How to Make More Room for Indie Games in the New Year

It’s common to feel left out after year’s end, with seemingly everyone talking about all the great movies, shows and video games that you...
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Kenshi’s Barrier to Entry [VIDEO]

Kenshi ended up being one hell of an interesting game to review. With the game clocking in hundreds upon hundreds of hours of gameplay...

Interview With Dead End Job Developer Tony Gowland

Dead End Job is one of this year’s most promising games. It is a procedurally generated twin-stick shooter that puts you in the shoes of...

Josh’s 15 Most Anticipated Games of 2019 [VIDEO]

2018, another in a growing line of trash-fire years, is finally over. On the indie gaming front, it was okay year, if not spectacular....

Awesome Upcoming Horror Games to Watch For in 2019

Even though Halloween isn't for several months, 2019 promises a full year of scares with these upcoming horror titles. Indie horror has taken a...

Florence Shows How Wonderful A Relationship Can Be, Even When It’s Over

It seems almost defiling for a mobile game to so truthfully and efficiently boil a jumble of feelings so complex and revered as love...