Spinnortality is tightly focused on the bleak but shiny transhumanist megacorp side of cyberpunk, putting it in unique territory.
As the debut effort of indie studio Dim Bulb Games, featuring a talented group of writers and a star-studded voice acting cast, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine eagerly explores the “mythological Americana folk adventure point-and-click visual novel” genre with an eerily unnerving but deeply loved austerity.
A game blending music and mechanics, the upcoming Distortions (releasing March 1) from Among Giants brings attention to Brazil's indie dev scene.
A very traditional blending of side-scrolling beat-em-up, RPG, and anime elements, Code of Princess brings fans the best (and some of the worst) of all three genres.
Deponia Doomsday’s Producer Tom Kersten talks parallel-quels, dev pressure, and progressing the genre
Why do we make games? How do we create under pressure? What's a 'parallel-quel'? Daedalic Entertainment Producer Tom Kersten answers these questions and more.
We asked the important questions about this space-faring MMORPG that lets players customize internal organs with alien biology, build mechs for your sidekicks, and focus on exploration and combat equally.