Category: Indie Games

Broken Roads

Showcase Saturday: Broken Roads

In this week’s Showcase Saturday, we wanted to highlight Drop Bear Bytes’ Broken Roads, an old school CRPG set in a post-apocalyptic Australia. With clear inspirations from classic CRPGs such as Baldur’s Gate and the original Fallout, this game aims to...

/ September 19, 2020
Hand of Fate 2

Hand of Fate 2 – Switch Review

The Australian developed Hand of Fate 2 blends aspects of tabletop games into the core of a deckbuilding, hack and slash third person combat game. Learn the story from the Dealer, your game master, who tells you the story as...

/ September 17, 2020
Party Hard 2

Party Hard 2 – Switch Review (Quick)

Party Hard 2 should not exist. The entire premise is mass murder of civilians in public places; a disgusting prospect in general, but even more so due to the senselessness of the violence. The objective of the second level is...

/ September 16, 2020

Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials Coming to Switch in October

DANGEN Entertainment, the publisher who recently brought Bug Fables and Minoria to Nintendo Switch has now announced that it will be bringing Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials next month on October 15th. Here’s the full press release: Unspeakable Pixels and...

/ September 15, 2020

Deleveled – Switch Review (Quick)

The classic jump-y puzzle games of the internet’s hay-day that you would boot up in the middle of class when your teacher wasn’t looking are a nostalgic treasure that many of us keep neatly tucked away in our noggins. Rarely...

/ September 14, 2020
Haiku the Robot

Kickstarter Project of the Week: Haiku, the Robot

For this week’s Switch Kickstarter Project of the Week, we will be looking at Mr Morris Games’ Haiku, the Robot. The game is slated to release October 2021 on PC, Mac and Nintendo Switch. Here’s a brief overview: Haiku, the Robot’ is a 2D...

/ September 13, 2020

Showcase Saturday: Spirittea

In our first ever Showcase Saturday, we wanted to highlight Dan Beckerton’s Spirittea, a charming simulation game with an Edo-inspired Japanese setting. Drawing from Dan’s inspirations when he visited Japan, Spirittea highlights Japanese folk and spirit lore. Here’s an overview...

/ September 12, 2020
Ary and the Secret of Seasons

Ary and the Secret of Seasons – Switch Review

Ary and the Secret of Seasons is a game that looks like something I would enjoy, but can it really be judged by its trailer alone? The weather mechanics look like something straight out of Oracle of Seasons but is...

/ September 10, 2020
The Survivalists

The Survivalists Launches on Switch in October; Demo Available to Download Today

Ever since the December 2019 Indie World presentation, Team17’s The Survivalists has been hot on many gamers’ radars. Today, Team17 have announced that The Escapists series’ spin-off will be launching on Switch on October 9th. Here’s the press release: Team17...

/ September 10, 2020

Woodsalt, A Love Letter to the Golden Age of JRPGs, Coming to Switch in October

If you’re a fan of the JRPG greats like any Final Fantasy six through nine, Woodsalt should be a blinding light on your radar. Coming October 13 to Steam and Nintendo Switch, Woodsalt may be the perfect game to tie...

/ September 10, 2020