Do you like bullet hell shooters? Do you like an abstract art style? Well you are in the right place, as I review Zenzizenzic for PC!
The best browser games in all the land!
Being a detective is easy! Anyone can do it... no, seriously, everyone does it.
Xbox One just took a backseat with their MONEY!>!>?
Level one...dododo...level one...ok enough singing. This week's review is an interesting one. It's a game known as It's A Bunny Story, Actually...
The Nintendo Humble Nindie Bundle is Groundbreaking!
This blog is basically going to be a beating of a dead horse that has been beaten so many times it is no longer recognizable as a dead horse, it is just a bloody pulp of what at one point was a horse. (jeez that was one tortured analogy)
IT'S GARBAGE DAYYYYY!!!!
Brand new review, and this time I check out Westerado: Double Barreled, a game developed by Ostrich Banditos and published by Adult Swim Games. It releases on Steam tomorrow (April 16th)!
We get to interview former Ubisoft member Mattieu Bégin on his team's Clever Plays new game, Leap of Fate, at Montreal Independent Games Festival.
We get to interview TalkSick Games Member, Daniel Didus, on the new game "Proximity" at Montreal Independent Games Festival.
Here are some highlights of the awesome event at the Montreal Indie Game Festival 2015.
With so many indie games flying under the radar it makes me wonder, did we miss a hidden gem? Or are we just burying the dead body out back.
Indie Games! Featuring Blinkk!
Like retro-style indie games, but don't know who Locomalito is?! Get edumacated!
Disco Dodgeball is a physics-based multiplayer sports FPS set in a futuristic dance club. Launch unicycle robots off neon-lit skate park ramps and nail each other with explosive dodgeballs.
Interview with the creator of the indie game "Vidar" at MAGFest 13!
Hey, instead of buying the newest Call of Assassin's Creed '15: Hardline, why don't you try finding something ...different? And how about sharing it with all of us? Read on!
G1 FunctionJ was at PlayStation Experience, while there five small studio games really stood out to him.
Does Squishy the Suicidal Pig's odd premise lead to a fun game?