Tagged: indie

Iron Snout Review

Developed by SnoutUp Games and published by Ratalaika Games S.L., Iron Snout is a endless wave action game where you control a pig as they fight off an army of wolves. You control the...

I Am The Hero Review

Punching, kicking, jumping, repeat. These are the defining traits of a classic video game hero. Ever since Mario first journeyed off to save Princess Toadstool in his original NES title, the action genre has...

The Thin Silence Review

In The Thin Silence, you walk around the two-dimensional environment solving logic puzzles by using objects in your inventory on different things in the world. For example, the hook lets you travel past big...

Cheap Golf Review – At A Loss For Words

Apparently, my name is Susan. I didn’t really any choice in the matter. The hyperactive AI really wants to test my skills, it frequently breaks from its puzzles to ask me questions, some philosophic,...

FullBlast Review – One Forgetable Flight

A common aim for many indie game developers is a provide a modern gaming experience that evokes a sense of nostalgia for the retro games of yesteryear. Unfortunately, many of these same developers make the...

Moonlighter Review

“In a capitalist society, all human relationships are voluntary. Men are free to cooperate or not, to deal with one another or not, as their own individual judgements, convictions, and interests dictate.” – Ayn Rand...