Tag Archives: indie

The Last Tinker: City of Colours Preview

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Words by Milo Fisher

I recently got to play the first 30 minutes of the upcoming indie platformer The Last Tinker. While the game is in need of some serious polish, it has the potential to be the next big indie darling.

Jazzpunk Review

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Words by Milo Fisher

These recent years it seems video games are getting too serious. There became so many colourless shooters and Minecraft clones that I wondered if there was any hope in finding some originality in the world. Enter Jazzpunk, the self aware spy comedy adventure that makes me happy to be a gamer.

Here’s Something Awesome: Dungeon of the Endless

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Words By Milo Fisher

Rouge-likes are all the rage these days, with more and more being released every week it’s becoming harder to find the ones that do something different and take risks. Enter Dungeon of the Endless, an up and coming randomly generated dungeon crawler that makes opening every door a battle of life and death, and it’s rather cracking.

PS store adds new indie section

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For many the indie developers are the soul of gaming. Without them we would be missing many original, creative, and fun games that brighten up game collections. So it’s nice to see that Sony are giving the indie developers some extra exposure with their own section in the PlayStation store.

Leatharian Studios Interview: “We strive to deliver near AAA quality and half AAA prices”

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Leatharian Studios is a passionate studio that prides itself on trying to get us story driven, cinematic, AAA quality games that won’t hurt the wallet. We delve into the mind of Millan Singh to prize out his thoughts on his studio and upcoming game, Wake Up Call.