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Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth

It’s been two years since Yudai Sayashi’s sister Miho tragically died during a treasure hunting expedition when Yu’s club of ‘treasure hunters’, known as Durchhalten, were mere inches away from success. Yu has just recently discovered..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Exogenesis: Perils of Rebirth


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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 – Exile Online

In an industry littered with buzz words that no longer hold any sort of meaning – *cough* immersive *cough* – there are still a few keywords that will make my ears perk up every time…

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – IGM Forum Finds – Exile Online


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Rubber Ducky and the Rainbow Gun – Making Block-Shooting Lots of Fun!

A square duck in a square world finds a gun that shoots rainbows. It’s a simple game, a perplexing concept, and the story behind Rubber Ducky and the Rainbow Gun, a game by Cr2Cr Studios. John..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Rubber Ducky and the Rainbow Gun – Making Block-Shooting Lots of Fun!


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The Sun At Night Review – Homeward Bound

Crashing landing on Earth, Laika crawls from her ruined pod, unable to remember where she is or how she got there.  She finds her plasma cannon close by among the wreckage, attaching it to its..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – The Sun At Night Review – Homeward Bound


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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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Contrast, Don’t Starve Lead Indie Finalists for Canadian Videogame Awards

The Canadian Videogame Awards announced their 2013 finalists today, with Contrast nominated across nine different awards categories. Also among the finalists are some of our favorites here at Indie Game Magazine: Titles like Don’t Starve, Guacamelee!, Infinite,..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Contrast, Don’t Starve Lead Indie Finalists for Canadian Videogame Awards


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Glitchhikers is Surreal and Epigrammatic

Why are you driving? A calm voice drools out of the radio: “And that was Pinky’s Dream by David Lynch.” It’s just past two in the morning, the sky is a byzantium purple above the..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Glitchhikers is Surreal and Epigrammatic


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GDC 14 Hands-On Preview: Chroma Squad – Assemble!

If you spent any time in front of a television as a child during the 90′s, then you probably know (or in my case loved) the Power Rangers series. Behold Studios are obvious fans of..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – GDC 14 Hands-On Preview: Chroma Squad – Assemble!


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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