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June, 2015

  • 15 June

    Nintendo Announce Nindies eShop Demos Plus Discount

    Nindiesathome eShop Games

    In the wake of Nintendo’s promise to support the indie community and more third party developers, the company have offered the first promotion for their new Nindies@Home programme. Users can download a demo from a selection of nine eShop indie titles from the Wii U eShop starting today and lasts all the way until next Monday 22nd June. Those who ...

May, 2015

  • 20 May

    Anacruz: A Point And Click Take On Music Theory

    Anacruz Screenshot

    Music theory isn’t the easiest trick in any trade to master. Not to mention, its visual side isn’t much to ride home about. Well the good folks over at Breaking Wall Studio may have just the answer. Aimed squarely at the six to twelve year old market, Anacruz – Magical Music School is a lovely throwback to the classic point ...

  • 19 May

    Galagan’s Island: A 13 Year Old Dev’s Greenlight

    Galagan's Island Screenshot

    You’re either going to be astoundingly impressed or outright jealous at this latest offering from the indie community, but Jonathan ‘Nicholas’ Cunningham – a 13 year old game developer and ‘head’ of Skin Jean Death Studios & Forever Humble Productions – has put forward the latest in what is a new round of Steam Greenlight games hoping to get user ...

  • 18 May

    UCraft Confirmed As Wii U Exclusive


    Sandbox indie title, UCraft, in a bizarre turn of events has been confirmed as an exclusive title for Wii U. The Minecraft-esque offering, having originally started as a Kickstarter campaign and subsequently failed to reach its initial target, was then slated to be released across Xbox One, PS4 & PC. But in a press release sent out today, the developer ...

April, 2015

  • 21 April

    Axiom Verge’s Tom Happ Discusses Potential Sequels

    Axiom Verge Gameplay

    Following the success of his first major indie release, Axiom Verge‘s Tom Happ has spoken of his interest to get to work on a sequel to the acclaimed Metroidvania-styled title, and beyond. In an interview with International Business Times, Happ explains that he’s ‘eager to get started on a sequel‘ describing Axiom Verge as a franchise, which may indicate he ...

  • 19 April

    Review – Titan Souls

    Titan Souls

    Developer: Acid Nerve Publisher: Devolver Digital Platform: PS4 (review platform), Vita, PC We all know about the one-touch, let alone one-hit, contract of death. Without a mushroom, Mario games had it; without rings, Sonic titles had it. It’s a tough, unforgiving system, but the gift – of which keeps on giving – is that for every death (or dozen deaths ...

  • 15 April

    Review – Affordable Space Adventures

    Affordable Space Adventures Intro

    Disclosure: The author of this article was given a code for the game through KnapNok Games for the purpose of this review Developer: KnapNok Games Publisher: KnapNok Games Platform: Wii U There’s no getting away from the Wii U Gamepad’s lack of efficient variety in usage. Aside from the occasional neat mechanic or rudimentary storage for your map or inventory, ...

  • 6 April

    Review – Axiom Verge

    Axiom Verge Gameplay

    Developer: Tom Happ Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Platforms: PS4 (review platform), Vita, PC It’s a no-brainer Axiom Verge takes cues from the Metroid series. From the 8-bit sprites of the original NES classic to Super‘s jarring atmosphere and aesthetic, Tom Happ has clearly set out to pay homage to the 2D iterations’ emphasis on investigative exploration and all the anxiety-ridden ...

March, 2015

  • 15 March

    Chroma Squad Releasing April 30th, SABAN Backs Off

    Chroma Squad

    Disclaimer: The writer of this article backed Chroma Squad, contributing $25 to its Kickstarter campaign. Super Sentai management game Chroma Squad is finally releasing this April. The game by Knights of Pen & Paper creators Behold Studios was successfully funded on Kickstarter in August of 2013. The release of the game was projected for the end of that same year, but ...

  • 11 March

    Trash TV Review – We Interrupt Your Scheduled Platformer


    Developer: Lawrence Russell Publisher: Reverb Triple XP Platforms: PC Let’s be blunt; Trash TV is by no means a lengthy game. By which I mean players won’t find themselves having to invest (naturally or otherwise) double-figure hours into the game by the time the credits screen rolls up. With game length seemingly one of the latest flavour-of-the-month hot topics as ...

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