Become the grim reaper in action-roguelike Have a Nice Death, launching this MarchGare – Friday, January 21, 2022 2:34 PM

Become the grim reaper in action-roguelike Have a Nice Death, launching this MarchTaking place at Death Inc, the procedurally generated and rather aptly named company of a highly overworked Death (i.e. you), the game will have you restore order to a disorderly workplace environment as you engage in flashy, fast-paced platforming and combat.

Metroidvania Month game jam to be held between February 15-March 15Gare – Thursday, January 20, 2022 3:39 PM

Metroidvania Month game jam to be held between February 15-March 15Arguably one of the most popular genres of the indie gaming scene, metroidvanias have been going through quite the renaissance during the past several years – from indie darlings like Hollow Knight to nostalgic callbacks like Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, it feels like there’s a metroidvania for almost every taste.

City builder/strategy game Diplomacy is Not an Option delayed to FebruaryGare – Wednesday, January 19, 2022 2:58 PM

City builder/strategy game Diplomacy is Not an Option delayed to FebruaryMake war, not love is probably the motto of the battle-hungry king whose questionable exploits force you, a minor lord, to protect your castle against hordes upon hordes of rebellious peasants out for blood – your blood.

Ikai, a horror game steeped in Japanese folklore, gears up for March 29 launchGare – Monday, January 17, 2022 5:41 PM

Ikai, a horror game steeped in Japanese folklore, gears up for March 29 launchFocusing less on flashy action and more on creating a tense atmosphere, Ikai puts you in the role of a largely defenseless main character who must use her wits and puzzle-solving abilities to survive – or run away and hide, should the situation call for it.

Defense is the best offense – charming action-puzzler SeaRing gets playable demoGare – Friday, January 14, 2022 3:32 PM

Defense is the best offense – charming action-puzzler SeaRing gets playable demoSaid princess ends up washed up on shore one day, but she’s on a mission: indeed, she must venture into the arid deserts – the realm of fire, basically – and reclaim her mother’s crown.

BLACKTAIL Preview – Yaga in WonderlandGare – Friday, December 17, 2021 10:35 AM

BLACKTAIL Preview – Yaga in WonderlandInspired by Slavic folklore and legends, particularly that of the Baba-Yaga, BLACKTAIL tells the story of a young girl driven out of her village after being accused of witchcraft.

If On a Winter’s Night, Four Travelers Review – A play in three actsGare – Tuesday, December 14, 2021 7:05 PM

If On a Winter’s Night, Four Travelers Review – A play in three actsA game with jaw-dropping pixel art and a truly intriguing narrative, offered completely free of charge. After a quick double take to make sure it really was free, I prompted to download it and played through the whole thing in a little over an hour, and now I’m here to tell you why you should do the same.

Bright Memory: Infinite Review – Too fast, decently furiousGare – Thursday, November 11, 2021 4:06 PM

Bright Memory: Infinite Review – Too fast, decently furiousBright Memory is a name that may ring a few bells in your mind – you might’ve even played it. But then how come it’s only just now coming out? ? Well, allow me to untangle the mystery real quick: you see, there was Bright Memory, a fast-paced and graphically impressive FPS developed by a single person. It released a couple of years back, and is now back with a bigger, better, and longer version.

War Mongrels Review – Deeply unpolished, but still entertainingGare – Tuesday, November 2, 2021 8:26 PM

War Mongrels Review – Deeply unpolished, but still entertainingFor those who grew up with games like Desperados or the Commandos franchise, War Mongrels requires no introduction. At its core, it’s essentially a stealth game with splashes of action here and there; you control a small team of freedom fighters from a top-down perspective, and use their unique abilities to strike back against the Nazi regime.

INDUSTRIA Review – An all-too-brief tale of wasted potentialGare – Wednesday, October 6, 2021 2:13 PM

INDUSTRIA Review – An all-too-brief tale of wasted potentialI’m of the belief that a strong beginning is not necessarily a sure-fire recipe for success, and an idea that sounds great on paper doesn’t always translate into a fantastic interactive experience. I say this primarily because I’m here today to talk about a game called Industria...