Tag: indie

REVIEW: Don’t Starve

In the current ocean of survival games, most inspired by the Minecraft phenomena, it’s hard to find something that truly stands out as an original product. I was skeptical myself with Don’t Starve. Few games have charmed me almost instantaneously. In the first few minutes of game play, I was already seeing myself hooked to this masterpiece for ages. What… Read more →

art game, art

ARTICLE: What is an Art Game?

What is an art game? Answering that is as simple as answering this other question: What is “Art”? Truth is, nobody can agree on a single definition. Yeah, sure, you can look it up in the dictionary and use that as a reference. Art is relative. So relative in fact, that it probably doesn’t exist. Art is a concept completely… Read more →

REVIEW: Loneliness

This is one of the joyful hidden gems. You can play it for free on Kongregate (which, by the way, if you don’t know about Kongreate – now you do). You cannot get simpler than this game. It reminds me of a 1944 film experiment, “Heider and Simmel”. The purpose of this film was to explore how human beings attach meaning. In the… Read more →

LIST: Top 5 Publishing Platforms for Indie Devs

5. Steam Greenlight Steam is king when it comes to PC gaming. Their Greenlight community is an excellent tool to allow and encourage indie developers to put up their games on Steam and reach millions of players. Unfortunately, it’s not the easiest choice. Applying on Steam requires a lot of time and effort. Furthermore, receiving enough votes from the community can be… Read more →

REVIEW: Gone Home

You may love it or hate it, but Gone Home is a testament to the enlightenment era that the game industry is going through at the moment. Every art has had to go through works that, although imperfect, have helped to make giant leaps in breaking the status quo. Gone Home is small, simple and flimsy at times, but it doesn’t… Read more →