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Amnesia Developers Tease More Horror with SOMA

SOMA is the latest game from Frictional Games, the same team behind Penumbra and Amnesia. Debuting some alpha footage of the game, the studio released the above trailer showcasing a few environments and revealing some..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Amnesia Developers Tease More Horror with SOMA


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Tower of Guns Review: Weak Foundation

Clutching my Pizza Thrower (which actually spits out flying sawblades, not an oven-baked flat bread), I shoot at the door, opening it, because Video Game Logic. I survey the large hall, a neo-gothic foundry with..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Tower of Guns Review: Weak Foundation


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A Promotion is in Order

Over the last few months, I have been conducting a search for a qualified candidate to fill the vacant Editor-in-Chief position here at IGM. The plan was for Vinny and I to hold down the..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – A Promotion is in Order


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Shattered Sword Goes Alpha in Hopes of Feedback

“It’s the largest, most sophisticated thing I’ve ever built,” says indie developer Joshua Corvinus of Sanik Bewm Software. He speaks of Shattered Sword, a PC platformer inspired by fighting games such as Super Smash Bros. and Soul Calibur…

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Shattered Sword Goes Alpha in Hopes of Feedback


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Screenshot Weekly – Lost Space, Melon Chop 2014, Office Management 101

Welcome back to Screenshot Weekly! Every Tuesday, IGM brings you exclusive early looks at upcoming games in various stages of development. The featured image introducing each game will always be original, and made especially for..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Screenshot Weekly – Lost Space, Melon Chop 2014, Office Management 101


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Screenshot Weekly – Lost Space, Melon Chop 2014, Office Management 101

Welcome back to Screenshot Weekly! Every Tuesday, IGM brings you exclusive early looks at upcoming games in various stages of development. The featured image introducing each game will always be original, and made especially for..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Screenshot Weekly – Lost Space, Melon Chop 2014, Office Management 101


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Free Investigative Game Series TOMES: Layne’s Discovery Launches

A game creator known as LowResHero just released a title called TOMES: Layne’s Discovery. It’s a free point-and-click investigation game with horror and drama elements in old-school low-res graphics. Layne is a deeply-flawed investigator who..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Free Investigative Game Series TOMES: Layne’s Discovery Launches


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Nevermind Looks to Create an Experience too Good to Pass Up

Horror games have taken on all shapes and sizes over the various console generations. From jump scares, to psychological horror, to gore-infused nightmare romps through quiet towns, there are many ways to invoke the thrill..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Nevermind Looks to Create an Experience too Good to Pass Up


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StreamTeam Spotlight: Hired Help

Welcome back to the StreamTeam Spotlight, a weekly series where we feature one of our Indie GamePlay streamers. Every week, we’ll profile and interview a different member of the team to give our audience a..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – StreamTeam Spotlight: Hired Help


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IGM Freebies Giveaway! (February 20, 2014)

Welcome back everyone, to another edition of IGM Freebies. If you’re new to the giveaway and haven’t seen the Rules of Entry before, they can be found here. Just to remind everyone of the new..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – IGM Freebies Giveaway! (February 20, 2014)