Voxel Baller is a new indie brick-breaker that hit Steam last week. It offers a fresh take on a classic genre, but can it shake things up enough to be worth your time? I think so. Let me show you why.
Into the Breach is a turn-based strategy game with roguelike elements, and it’s the sophomore effort from indie developer Subset Games – the creators of FTL: Faster Than Light. Everyone and their mothers are talking about and reviewing this game right now as it’s been a top seller on Steam since it launched on February Read more about 5 Reasons Why Into the Breach is Brilliant – Indie Curator[…]
Slasher’s Keep is a first-person roguelike with melee combat as it’s main draw, and it’s the first commercial effort from solo indie developer Damian Schloter. It hit Steam Early Access in February. Allow me to show you why it’s worth your time, in this episode of Indie Curator.
Neo Impossible Bosses comes out on Steam today, and it promises to bring you intense MMO-style boss fights without any of the nasty grinding, and with MOBA game play. This game is tough, but it’s definitely worth your time if you’re into tough-as-nails PVE encounters, and you can deal with some sup-bar 3D graphics. Some Read more about Getting DESTROYED by Count Winkus in Neo Impossible Bosses [Video Preview][…]
2016’s Stardew Valley was a critical and commercial success that proved that it’s familiar blend of Read more about Verdant Skies is an RPG/Farming game that fans of Stardew Valley should check out[…]
A previous article in my Best You’ve Never Played series featured the old-school arcade indie shooter Wrack. The game, though flawed, ultimately came as a recommendation because of its unabashedly proud arcade-retro feel. Wrack carried the torch for the new wave of old-school shooters and ran with it far longer than expected. Well Wrack is Read more about The sequel to Wrack is a FPS/Tower Defense hybrid and it’s got potential[…]
Fans of Star Trek have notoriously suffered not only low quality licensed games, but also a lack of licensed games in general, over the last fifteen years. As a Star Trek fan myself, I can attest to the frustration. I’ve got hundreds of hours logged on Star Trek Online, for instance, even though I Read more about Deep Sixed is a rogue-like space sim that scratches the ‘Star Trek itch’[…]
I browse the Steam upcoming games list quite often on the lookout for new great indie games, which is precisely what led me to Nantucket. It’s not very often that I see interesting management games on the upcoming list but that was precisely the impression I received from its store page. My time with Nantucket Read more about Nantucket is a whaling management game that I really wanted to love…[…]
This product was received for free. Science fiction, or perhaps better expressed as speculative fiction, has experienced a great surge in popularity over the last ten years, especially within the realms of television and movies. What might be the most emblematic program in speculative fiction right now is Netflix’s Black Mirror, a show that is Read more about The Mind’s Eclipse is an upcoming sci-fi visual novel that’s equal parts creepy and thought-provoking[…]
This product was received for free. Let’s talk twin-stick shooters. Naturally it’s a very arcadey genre good for a few hours of mindless fun, but not much more than that. The first example of an indie twin-stick shooter that I strongly recall was I Made a Game with Zombies in It!, nearly ten years ago Read more about Here’s why Tesla vs. Lovecraft is the best twin-stick shooter I’ve played (Indie Preview)[…]