Yonder- The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles – A Pleasant Island Vacation

Inspired by beloved titles like Harvest Moon, Bastion, Zelda, and the Elder Scrolls series, a handful of AAA industry vets founded Prideful Sloth Studios...
Bertram Fiddle 2: A Bleaker Predicklement

Bertram Fiddle: A Bleaker Predicklement is One Punny Sequel

I'm a sucker for a good adventure game. No matter the subject matter, I'll at least give it a shot. The sequel to the...

Kickstarter Game of the Week: My Time at Portia

My Time at Portia isn’t your typical post-apocalyptic world. For starters, swarms of the undead and wandering hordes of murder bandits aren’t out for...
Kickstarter Japan

What Does Kickstarter’s Launch in Japan Mean For Games?

You may have missed it, but on September 12th, Kickstarter announced they were officially open to creators from Japan. Considering this news was initially...

Kickstarter Game of the Week: Cultist Simulator

Being an even moderately well-known game developer can be a double-edged sword in crowdfunding. On the one hand, it’s always reassuring to have someone...
The Escapists 2

The Escapists 2: Breaking Out of Crowdfunding

Roughly one month out from the release of his popular prison break sim sequel, we reached out to Chris Davis of Mouldy Toof Studios...

Rescue Quest Gold Mixes Magic With Match 3

I enjoy a good casual experience from time to time, this includes the occasional match 3 game. However, to really capture my attention it...

Kickstarter Game of the Week: Celestian Tales: Realms Beyond

Sometimes even a good looking campaign can fly under the radar. Once you’ve seen a few hundred RPGs with turn-based combat, even something distinctive...

Kickstarter Game of the Week: Maelstrom

Strategic gameplay doesn’t have to mean slow. Most naval combat games take a turn-based, tactical approach to combat. Developer Gunpowder Games wanted to do...

From Indie With Love: Re-Visiting Yooka-Laylee Post-Update

Yooka-Laylee is still the worst game of 2017 by quite a stretch, even after its recent (depending on your platform of choice) “Green &...

Kickstarter Game of the Week: Lona: Realm of Colors

Art is an expression of humanity. It allows us to convey experiences and emotions that transcend traditional barriers. While games aren’t always recognized as...

From Indie With Love: 80 Days Advances the Stagnant Visual Novel...

The visual novel has long languished in the world of Otacon’s Japanese animes. The best the genre has to offer, the worst, and the...

From Indie With Love: Renowned Explorers Does Permadeath Right

The term “permadeath” is a bit of a red flag for me. Nothing makes me run faster from an otherwise intriguing game, other than...

2017: The Year of the 3D Platformer

Change is in the air, readers. Leaves are beginning to fall from trees, leaving piles of amber plant matter everywhere. Soon the bare branches...
Moduwar

Moduwar Makes Playing God Fun and Unique

I'm a fan of real time strategy games. However, most titles in this genre are the same thing. You have a base, you grow...

Heartbeat Suffers Behind Ambiguous Campaign

As much as we may whine and complain about Kickstarter’s utter lack of quality control, there’s no denying that Indiegogo tends to be worse....