Night in the Woods, Baba is You Reign Supreme at the...

The results are in from the Independent Games Festival. Both Night in the Woods and Baba is You have landed major victories at the 2018...

Ambrosia Brings Deep Weapon Customization & 2D Side-Scrolling Action

While controlling like a Mega Man game and being structured in a classic metroidvenia style, Ambrosia hopes to win players over. It offers a...

ANYKEY is a Flashy Exercise in Game Design

The great thing about video games is that they are, ultimately, a platform for creativity. Developed by Sciman101, ANYKEY is an impressive first game...

Seventh Circle: The Visual Novel That Made Me Feel Feelings

I'm not generally a huge fan of visual novels. I've picked up popular titles like Dream Daddy and Doki Doki Literature Club over the past year, but only...
The Little Ship

Weekindies: Sail the Seas in The Little Ship

The opening screen of The Little Ship has a poignant message: “Sometimes beautiful things can pause your journey.” This is partly a tutorial – hitting...
teafortwo

Weekindies: Make a Cuppa in Tea for Two

In Tea for Two you play as a snail. It’s a very cute snail. With a unicorn horn and a teapot perched on its...
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...

Wormwood Studios Go Back To Adventures With Strangeland

In what feels like forever ago, Wormwood Studios released the post-apocalyptic adventure game Primordia. Primoredia was a brilliant example of a modern adventure game. That...

Take Control of a Lovecraftian Horde in Sea Salt

The tide brings ill fortune and the promise of strategic action adventure in Sea Salt, a new Lovecraft-inspired Kickstarter title. Wrath of the Old Gods The...

Sleeping With Third Eye Open Has Untapped Potential

It's always frustrating to see a Kickstarter game with a cool premise crushed by poor presentation. Sleeping With Third Eye Open looks to be...
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...

Minit is More Than a Love Letter to Game Boy Adventure...

From its monochrome art style, to its mechanics and sound design, the upcoming 2D adventure game Minit is worth getting excited for. Originally revealed last...
The Long Dark: Five Fresh Ways to Play While You Wait for More Content

The Long Dark: Five Fresh Ways to Play While You Wait...

Last month, Hinterland Lead Developer Raphael van Lierop posted a development update  detailing the future of the studio's survival game, The Long Dark. The good...

Vermintide 2 Review: Fighting the Apocalypse

Like a finely crafted Dawi mace, Warhammer Fantasy is as blunt as they come. Games Workshop has created a world of extremes, where strife...

5 Tactical Games to Tackle After Into the Breach

If you've found yourself blown away by the new rogue-lite strategy RPG, Into the Breach, you're not alone. Subset Games' most recent title has quickly...