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PAX East First Impressions – Revolution 60

It takes some serious balls to promote your indie game as “Heavy Rain meets Mass Effect“, but that’s precisely how the team at Giant Spacekat is describing their debut project, Revolution 60. Well, perhaps “balls”..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – PAX East First Impressions – Revolution 60


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The NotAGame Collection Pays Musical Tribute While Helping Kids

It is a common phenomenon that people who play video games love the music of video games. This album, however, does not contain music from video games. The NotAGame Collection, created by Simon David, is a..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – The NotAGame Collection Pays Musical Tribute While Helping Kids


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PAX East First Impressions – There Came an Echo

Shifting gears, but staying within the realm of RTS titles – I guess it’s one of those days – a new project by Iridium Studios drummed up a significant amount of buzz on the show..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – PAX East First Impressions – There Came an Echo


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GNAH! – Solve The Puzzles Inside A Monster’s Head

Later this year, indie game developers, KO-OP Mode, and illustrator, Samuel Boucher, will release a unique and twisted puzzle game called GNAH! Drawing inspiration from brain teasing and puzzling toys like the Rubik’s Cubes, GNAH! is..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – GNAH! – Solve The Puzzles Inside A Monster’s Head


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IGM Forum Finds – Dark Gates

Old school dungeon crawling fans can rejoice as DFour Games brings us Dark Gates, their procedurally generated, dungeon-crawling adventure for the PC. If you want to help out Dark Gates on it’s way to production, make..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – IGM Forum Finds – Dark Gates


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The Long Dark Shows its Bright Side

Back in October, a rare breed of game hit its Kickstarter goal: The Long Dark, a survival simulation set in the northern wilderness– the likes of which I had never seen before. The Long Dark puts players in a post-disaster..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – The Long Dark Shows its Bright Side


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Re-introducing… The Indie Game Magazine!

We are proud to formally announce the re-release of The Indie Game Magazine monthly publication. It was a very long month, trying to get everything established and a foundation built from scratch, and it took..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Re-introducing… The Indie Game Magazine!


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Summon the Zombie Apocalypse with Necromancer Kickstarter

Are you tired of being a goody-two-shoes hero all the time? Yearning for a little more malice and chaos in the world? Saving the world is so passé.  Other Worlds Software is letting you be the Necromancer..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Summon the Zombie Apocalypse with Necromancer Kickstarter


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Ether One Review – More than Meets the Mind’s Eye

Released by White Paper Games on March 25, Ether One is a puzzle adventure game with scenery reminiscent of Dear Esther, and gameplay elements very similar to the Portal series. The premise of the game..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Ether One Review – More than Meets the Mind’s Eye


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IGM Forum Finds: Ama’s Lullaby

In the world of survival RPGs, fantastical worlds and tragic main characters aren’t that uncommon. In the world of indie games, sometimes style is sacrificed for substance, and vice-versa. Ama’s Lullaby hopes to change that with..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – IGM Forum Finds: Ama’s Lullaby