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Commander Cherry’s Puzzled Journey, First “Yoga-Action Platformer”, Only For PS4.

February 8, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

This is why I love indie games, and why I spend all my time either playing them or writing them.  You just don’t get this sort of creativity and experimentation in AAA titles, and it is really up to developers like Grande Games to push the envelope and try new ways to play and control […]

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Indielicious Indie Game News Roundup for February 6th

Indielicious Indie Game News Roundup for February 6th

February 6, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Toast Time out now on the App Store. Force Of Habit have released their manic action-arcade game Toast Time onto the iOS App Store with a brand new cinematic live-action trailer that can be viewed above. Toast Time is a throwback to the golden age of video games where old-school homebrew titles fused arcade action […]

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The Ember Conflict: New Touch Screen RTS For IPad

The Ember Conflict: New Touch Screen RTS For IPad

January 19, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Chinese indie developer Substantial Games is well on their way towards the debut of its first title, The Ember Conflict, a multiplayer RTS for the iPad. Designed specifically for touchscreen devices, The Ember conflict allows 1v1, or 2v2  real-time battles with other players. The game fully takes advantage of the touch screen interface by instead […]

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Hammerwatch: A Dungeron Crawl For Friends

Hammerwatch: A Dungeron Crawl For Friends

January 18, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Hammerwatch is a simple indie game similar to  the classic Gauntlet series. Players pick from a small variety of classes (Paladin, Ranger, Wizard, and Warlock) and hit the dungeon in search for carnage and loot. While given a few lives, the level of challenge of the game teeters between near impossible at times, to a […]

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The Key to Kickstarter Success Involves Cats. Lots of Cats.

The Key to Kickstarter Success Involves Cats. Lots of Cats.

January 16, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Crowfunding is among the most successful internet-native industries, but that does not preclude it from classic marketing tools. A recent study from researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology found that the language used in Kickstarter campaigns affected the likelihood of a project meeting its funding goal. The study analyzed more than 45,000 Kickstarter efforts and […]

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