Tagged: indie

Shape of the World – Review

Vancouver indie developer Hollow Tree Games’ first foray into the dog-eat-dog marketplace that is modern gaming began with a kickstarter, way back in 2015. Today, they release Shape of the World, a Flower and Abzu-influenced game of exploration....

Garage-Bad Trip Review: B Movie, A Game

Garage-Bad Trip is a Switch exclusive top down horror twin stick shooter developed by Zombie Dynamics and published by TinyBuild. Heavily inspired by B-movie horror films of the VHS era, the game follows drug...

Devious Dungeon Review

Originally developed by Ravenous Games, Devious Dungeon is the latest iOS game with the help of game developer and porting company¬†Ratalaika Games to make it’s way over to the Nintendo Switch. While I haven’t...

Paratopic Review

We distract ourselves to overcome mundanity. We go on road trips. We listen to talk shows. We ramble on in conversations. We watch movies and videos. We take drugs. We deteriorate with intent. We...

Rusty Lake Paradise Review

There was a dryness to the morning air as I sailed to Paradise. Upon the shore stood my brother, sly grin on his face, welcoming me with shrewd menace underneath the wooden entrance awning....

One More Dungeon Review

One More Dungeon can best be described as a hybrid of old school first-person shooters and rougelike games. Originally developed by Russian developer Stately Snail for Steam, the game was localized with help from...