Epic Rap Battles of Horror: Dead by Daylight -vs- Friday the 13th: The Game

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

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...

Cuphead and the Modern Sisyphus

One-hundred-and-sixty. That’s how many times I have died to date. As a cartoon mercenary working for the devil himself, it is up to me...

13 Lessons : The Kickstarter Story of Eon Break

Can you guess how many heroic stories are yet untold? I bet that you’ve heard about Nikola Tesla. He was an extraordinary person: scientist, inventor,...

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...

Diversifying Gaming: An Interview with London Gaymers

Diversity has always been a pivotal issue and conversation point in the gaming world and given the nature of games themselves, there should without...

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?...

Will 2018 Be the Year of Indiegogo?

For video game crowdfunding, you can do a lot better than Indiegogo. In fact, Indiegogo might be the worst option available. Between a laissez-faire...

An Interview with Don’t Make Love artist Nina Kiel

Maggese Games's Don't Make Love has been nominated for Best Student Game at this year's IGF awards. Artist Nina Kiel was kind enough to chat...

Kickstarter MIA: Echoes of Eternea Replaced by Silence

Chancler Harrison recalls his time working on Echoes of Eternea vividly. “My work involved 100's of hours with the promise of getting paid once...

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...

Crowdfunding Hall of Fame: Failbetter Games

Fallen London is quite possibly the greatest browser game ever made. It’s hard to say for sure since our scientific panel is tired after...

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...

Game of the Month: February 2018 – My Time at Portia

Back by popular (aka: EiC's) demand, it's time for Cliqist's Game of the Month. We’ve done this in the past with both crowdfunded and...

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...

An Interview With Wushu Studios Head Alan McDermott

When Wushu Studios was announced in January, there were more than a few questions on people's minds. Composed of developers from Evolution Studios, the studio...