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Road to the IGF: Michael Brough's Imbroglio

Gamasutra catches up with indie game developer Michael Brough to chew the game design fat and chat about his IGF-nominated roguelike, Imbroglio....

Sci-Fi 4X Game 'Stars In Shadow' Out Today

A new indie 4X space game for your winter gaming fun.

Here’s a sneak peek at the Switch’s user interface—and hey, look at those indie games!

Here’s a sneak peek at the Switch’s user interface—and hey, look at those indie games! I will totally replay Cave Story on Switch. Read more...

Uncompromising Survival Game Subterrain Hits PS4 on 1/24

What would you do if you were a lone survivor on a Martian colony? You can find out in Subterrain, an underground survival game with old-school, hardcore play. Subterrain is my first indie game I've worked on after spending much of my career in AAA game development. Show More Summary

World of Horror, A Scary Game For The 1980s

World of Horror, or Kyofu no Sekai, is an indie game inspired by the works of acclaimed manga artist Junji Ito. We played through the demo, where we solved some mysteries, met a nice dog, and died as the Old Gods returned to this world. Read more...

The top 42 indie games to watch for in 2017

I actually had to whittle this list down, can you believe it? I guess I didn't have to, since 42 is already an arbitrary choice, but I really liked the reference to Hitchhiker's Guide so I settled on 42. Plus, as I approach 50, I feel as if the number is simply too large and it lessens the impact. Show More Summary

Journey, Flower dev’s mysterious new game about giving will release this year

Thatgamecompany will release its next project this year. Lauded indie dev thatgamecompany has confirmed its next project will release this year, which is a comparatively quick turnaround for the determinedly perfectionist studio. Replying to a fan on Twitter, the developer reiterated that platforms have not been announced but a 2017 release is on the cards […]

Explore A Relaxing Island In Fruits of a Feather

Fruits of a Feather is a light and breezy relaxation game where players can soar around a picturesque island as a hawk. With hidden caverns to explore and countless fruit to find, it’s a wonderful way to unwind and a very Cool Indie Game. Read more...

Limited Run interested in bringing boxed indie games to Switch

Coming from Limited Run's Josh Fairhurst... “I also see a lot of opportunity in the Nintendo Switch. I think many Vita fans will pick one up, maybe even begrudgingly, by the time the Vita is phased out. If we start publishing games there, I think that would be a nice place for Vita fans to relocate, should that become a necessity. Show More Summary

Southeast Asian indie game developers find success on Google Play

Posted by Vineet Tanwar, Business Development Manager, Google Play Indie game developers bring high quality, artistic, and innovative content to Google Play and raise the bar for all developers in the process. In fact, they also make...Show More Summary

Little Nightmares gets April release date, new beautiful trailer

The unique-looking horror side-scroller Little Nightmares now has a final release date. Little Nightmares, the indie horror game that existed previously under a different name and was later picked up by Bandai Namco, has been given an April 28 release date. Little Nightmare stars Six, a little girl trapped in a prison called The Maw […]

Indie PS3/Vita action game Malicious resurrected on PS4

Back in 2012 (or 2010 if you're in Japan), Malicious kind of came and went. I knew a few people who were really into it given the relative drought of action games these days (at least, relative to the PS2 and beginning of the PS3 eras),...Show More Summary

Google announces Top 20 finalists for Google Play Indie Games Contest

Shining a spotlight on some of the best indie games for Android! Back in November, Google put out a call to indie game developers from 15 different European countries to submit their best game of 2016 for consideration in the Google Play Indie Games Contest. After receiving nearly 1,000 entries, the field has been narrowed down to just 20 finalists. Show More Summary

Here are the 20 finalists of Google’s European Indie Games Contest

Google has outlined the 20 finalists of its European Google Play Indie Games contest ahead of the final event in London on February 16.

Meet the 20 finalists of the Google Play Indie Games Contest

Posted by Matteo Vallone, Google Play Games Business Development Back in November, we launched the Google Play Indie Games Contest for developers from 15 European countries, to celebrate the passion and innovation of the indie community in the region. Show More Summary

This Week In Games: Downstream

So we're finally done with the Switch, and we're halfway through January. The quiet period is almost over. And while there's no major releases this week, there are plenty of intriguing indies coming out. More »      

'Turok' Source Code Will Be Sold on eBay Soon, Thanks to Lucky Warehouse Find

An old SGI Indy computer that once belonged to Acclaim contains a "treasure trove" of vintage game assets.

An unlikely pairing has given birth to Plague Road

Do any of you readers remember the wonderfully mustached Conrad Zimmerman? Did you know he is currently working on a video game called Plague Road with Luc Bernard, an outspoken indie developer who has history with Destructoid? Luc Bernard...Show More Summary

Snipperclips - details on the game's conception and Nintendo's collab with an indie dev

- game was originally called Friendshapes - has been in existence for about 2 years now - original idea conceived by SFB Games - Nintendo saw the original design and are now working with SFB Games on Snipperclips as a collaboration Thanks to Chicken008 for the heads up!

Switch first-party games cost between $50 and $60, prices vary for indie and remixed titles

Nintendo Switch's online store is up, and first-party games slated for the system's March 3 launch date carry price tags ranging from $49.99 to $59.99. Arms, a fighting game where players use the Joy-Con controller to box with extendable arms like Street Fighter 2's Dhalsim, will cost $49.99. Show More Summary

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