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St. Patrick’s Day Bundle From Indie Royale

St. Patrick’s Day Bundle From Indie Royale It’s that marvelous time again folks. Indie Royale has packed together another awesome set of Indie games for us to enjoy, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. As I’m typing this, the current minimum is only $4.65, and this extremely low fee will get you four games. Seriously, I don’t know...
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Project Zomboid Version 2.0

Project Zomboid Version 2.0 Zombies are terrifying creatures. We like them because they scare the ever-living crap out of us, and trigger that innate survival instinct immediately. Well, in our games anyway. Indie Stone made a humongous update to Project Zomboid, and from the looks of things, this is about how things would probably...
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NEO Scavenger Demo

NEO Scavenger Demo Games have become a little bit to simple nowadays. There are tutorial upon tutorials, and little icons that flash on screen whenever the game feels like you’re not understanding something. Games come wrapped up in a nice little basket, and some people aren’t too fond of that. If you are one of...
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Apotheon Video Shows The Glory Of Olden Times

Apotheon Video Shows The Glory Of Olden Times The Game Developers Conference (GDC) happened last week, and had loads of exciting things that poured forth from it. One such item is the footage that came from early version of Apotheon from Alientrap. It seems like only yesterday that news of this game was released, but I’m glad that we have...
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First Earth

First Earth There are some games that build up excitement because of their production value. However, when it comes to Indie games, you oftentimes get excited for things that you don’t see. This is certainly the case with First Earth, which is an upcoming game that has an open world design inspired from Ultima...
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Octodad: Dadliest Catch

Octodad: Dadliest Catch We do seem to love things that flail about. Why else do you think people would put themselves through the hell that is QWOP? Of course, it’s nice to play games that don’t frustrate us that much, so why not play something that will provide more entertainment than pressing a couple of keys in the...
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Interview With The Journey Down Co-Creator Theodor Waern

Interview With The Journey Down Co-Creator Theodor Waern In the flurry of finishing up The Journey Down: Over The Edge, I managed to get a hold of Theodor Waern of Skygoblin for an interview. The game still won’t be coming out for about a month or two, but at least we know it’s on the tail end of things. It’s been awesome to watch this game...
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Apotheon

Apotheon Its always nice to see a game that has its own artistic flare, but seldom do you see a game that mimics classical art. It appears as though a two-man team called Alientrap has announced a new project named Apotheon. This game is set in a world that looks as though it is classical Greek pottery. Having an...
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