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Stunning sci-fi survival game Forever Skies announced
In the game’s universe, civilization crumbled due to an ecological disaster, leading to the planet being covered by thick layers of toxic dust; as a resourceful scientist, it will be your job to manage and customize your airship in order to explore the remnants of humanity – and to gather resources in order to survive.
Japanese pop culture meets America in unique RPG “Showa American Story”
Taking place in an alternate timeline where Japan’s economic prowess wins out against the US, thus leading to the American continent being inevitably influenced by Japanese culture, the game stars Choko, a young woman who mysteriously comes back to life, only to find the entire world in a post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested state.
BLACKTAIL Preview – Yaga in Wonderland
Inspired 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 acts
A 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 furious
Bright 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.
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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...