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Aspiring Game Developer Creates 12 Games In 12 Weeks

Aspiring Game Developer Creates 12 Games In 12 Weeks

If you’re on Indie Statik, chances are you have either thought about making a game, or you already have. Maybe […]

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Don’t Step The White Tile Is Another Masochistic Mobile Game You’ll Love To Hate

Don’t Step The White Tile Is Another Masochistic Mobile Game You’ll Love To Hate

Although there are still plenty of Flappy Bird and Threes clones showing up on the mobile markets, a new cloning […]

by × April 8, 2014 × 0 comments
Sos’ P Makes A Splash On DOS-Based Platforms

Sos’ P Makes A Splash On DOS-Based Platforms

P was something that Sos had held onto for a while. The game actually began life as a Flash project, […]

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Fewer Games, More David: Game Jolt’s New Direction

Fewer Games, More David: Game Jolt’s New Direction

David DeCarmine, also known as CROS, is the man behind popular free indie game hosting site Game Jolt. But you […]

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Torrent 101 Underrated Indie Games With The Free Pirate Bay Bundle

Torrent 101 Underrated Indie Games With The Free Pirate Bay Bundle

When the man known as Moshboy recommends a game, I take heed. His seminal ODDITIES blog is one I’ve followed […]

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Play God, Cause Trouble In The 4th Wall

Play God, Cause Trouble In The 4th Wall

The “fourth wall” is an old theater term, used to describe the imaginary wall through which an audience views a […]

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2013 XYZZY Awards Finalists Announced, Voting Underway

2013 XYZZY Awards Finalists Announced, Voting Underway

Electronic interactive fiction is as old as computer gaming itself, and it’s here to stay. Tools and platforms like Twine, […]

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The Elegiac A Night In The Woods Is Not That Kind Of Horror Game

The Elegiac A Night In The Woods Is Not That Kind Of Horror Game

Digital artist, author and game maker Amy Dentata has steadily been building up an impressive ludography. Her work deals with […]

by × March 12, 2014 × 0 comments
Don’t Be Scared Of Jake Clover’s Fright House Collection

Don’t Be Scared Of Jake Clover’s Fright House Collection

Jake Clover has inconspicuously dropped his latest album of games, a little collection called Fright House. It’s the follow-up to […]

by × March 4, 2014 × 0 comments
Fall Forever In First-Person Abstract Action-Odyssey Into the Box

Fall Forever In First-Person Abstract Action-Odyssey Into the Box

Falling endlessly into infinity. That’s what it can feel like when you’re playing Kayabros’ Into the Box adeptly, when you’re […]

by × February 27, 2014 × 0 comments
Put Your Mirrorshades On: Cyberpunk Game Jam Launches March 1st

Put Your Mirrorshades On: Cyberpunk Game Jam Launches March 1st

The Cyberpunk movement began in the ’80s. Originally, the term was used to describe the work of several science fiction […]

by × February 26, 2014 × 0 comments
Dance Through Waves Of Neon Projectiles In Bullet Waltz

Dance Through Waves Of Neon Projectiles In Bullet Waltz

This free game is coming from a developer we have covered before, Rocky Hong, who has previously release Magnetized for […]

by × February 24, 2014 × 0 comments
Candy Jam Highlights – Second Helping

Candy Jam Highlights – Second Helping

Candy Jam is over, and the indie press limelight may have shifted to a certain new jam, but it would […]

by × February 20, 2014 × 0 comments
Candy Jam Highlights – Part 1

Candy Jam Highlights – Part 1

Yep, it’s that saccharine issue that’s been rotting away at everyone’s teeth lately – the indie developer’s reaction to King’s […]

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Global Game Jam 2014 Highlights – Part 3

Global Game Jam 2014 Highlights – Part 3

“We don’t see things as they are; we see them as we are.” Out of one quote sprouts a thousand […]

by × January 31, 2014 × 0 comments