Monday, January 27, 2020

Indie Zone

One Eyed Kutkh review – An Outer Space Odyssey

It beggars belief that, with such a solid foundation in terms of imaginative design, it falls short on offering what could have been a well-executed rival to its comparisons.

New on Kickstarter: Cerebrawl Is A 2V2 Fighting Game In The...

Harmon City was a typical modern metropolis. But when an Imagination Bomb is detonated at the centre of the city, Harmon City and its...

Flat Kingdom launches next week!

Flat Kingdom will officially be released on April 7th

The Darkside Detective review: A Divine Comedy

Review code (PC) provided by publisher The Darkside Detective Point and click adventures laden with pop culture references and reflexive humour are neither new nor original....

Indie Multiplayer Shooter Velvet Guard launches Kickstarter Campaign

An 18-year-old Swedish Student has launched a Kickstarter Campaign for his multiplayer game, Velvet Guard, where one shot kills so you know the frustration will be real.

Sundered: Eldritch Edition review

Sundered: Eldritch Edition is a cross between a Metroidvania and a rogue-lite. Combining exploration and combat, the title does not hide its...

Indivisible Preview: Something To Look Forward To

Indivisible is the new game from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games. Indivisible was successfully crowdfunded in 2015. They have released a preview of the game for backers to show the people who pledged money how the development is progressing

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire review – Merc Those Pirates, Fam!

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire is the space dogfighter you have been waiting for on your favourite portable home console. Whilst it doesn't quite match up to the legendary games of its genre, it's still a solid and very fun experience with very little to moan about

Omega Pattern Feels Like a Rough Draft of the Visual Novel...

2017 has been a real hit-or-miss year for visual novels. We've had some incredible hits like the long awaited release of Dies Irae, Pyre,...

Dream Daddy Feels Like a Prologue for a Better Dating Sim

It breaks my heart that visual novels (and dating sims, which fall under the visual novel umbrella) aren't more popular in English-speaking countries. Despite...




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