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Metroidvania-style SOURCE Heads to Kickstarter

(CAUTION: SOURCE contains bright lights and flashing objects, and can potentially cause light-induced seizures. This article contains gifs of the gameplay in action, so those with a history of epilepsy or light-induced seizures may want..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Metroidvania-style SOURCE Heads to Kickstarter


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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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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


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Ether One Released Today – Offers Oculus Rift Support

In development since the Summer of 2011, and offered by White Paper Games (a London-based development team), Ether One is a puzzle adventure looking to take the genre further than what we might expect from an..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Ether One Released Today – Offers Oculus Rift Support


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Dragon Fin Soup — Add Some Cash to the Pot

Dragon Fin Soup is a game from the dev team Grimm Bros, and so, rather fittingly, features characters reminiscent of classic fairy tales. The main character, Red Robin, is a callback to Little Red Riding..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Dragon Fin Soup — Add Some Cash to the Pot


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Toby’s Island, a 2D RPG, Enters Home Stretch on Kickstarter

A game with plenty of randomized events and elements, crafting and city building, but also a tightly-woven narrative – can it be done? A small studio called MVisioning is creating Toby’s Island, a 2D RPG..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Toby’s Island, a 2D RPG, Enters Home Stretch on Kickstarter


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Planets³ — Don’t Be Square, Back a Square

Okay, so technically you’re backing cubes, but that’s hardly the point. The point was my bad joke The point is that Planets3, a new voxel-based game from the developers at Cubical Drift, has just begun its Kickstarter (in case..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Planets³ — Don’t Be Square, Back a Square


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Let There Be Life Review – Relaxation and Creativity, Hand in Hand

Let There Be Life is a creativity and relaxation title by Backward pieS, LLC, where your job is to grow trees by placing branches, birds, bees, plants, and other flora and fauna without blocking the..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Let There Be Life Review – Relaxation and Creativity, Hand in Hand


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Shikihime Garden Gets an English Release

Appirits – a Tokyo, Japan-based developer and publisher of games — have released an English version of their game, Shikihime Garden. Prior to diving straight into the full experience, players can first begin participating in a..

Source: The Indie Game Magazine – Shikihime Garden Gets an English Release