Tag Archives: Indie

Snakeybus – Review

Indie arcade bus simulator snake crazy taxi Sega game

Snake meets Crazy Taxi, as a core concept its pretty damn engaging. You play an evergrowing bus, smashing through bus-stops and picking up passengers until you’re full, then hurtling straight to their destination. As you grow, the map gets more and more difficult to navigate and if you stop moving, game over. Snakeybus is deceptive […]

Pathway – Review

Chucklefish Tactics Indie Game

Supernatural World War II adventure where you beat up Nazis while exploring Africa, the Middle East, and of course, Egypt is a specific but cherished genre of mine. The clear cut, heroes and villains that Nazis and eldritch abominations provide just makes for such a fun time. No need for moral quandaries, just swing from […]

Ragtag – Review

Back when I used to write for Critical Indie Gamer, I reviewed a strangely charming game called Squids Odyssey. The big selling point being its unique pull and shoot, almost snooker style combat. What kept me though was its charming art style, weirdly epic story that was so unexpected for what looked like a phone […]

Wildermyth Beta – Early Access Preview

Going into any beta, it’s important to remember that a large chunk of the content won’t be there and that the game is likely to change substantially before release. With Wildermyth, I can wait. The amount of content already in place in Wildermyth is enough to play for hours and still not see it all. […]

Odd Realm – Early Access Preview

Town building is one of my favourite genres. Nothing beats taming the dangerous wilderness, building a thriving townstead, delving into the great unknown, and seeing it all burn down. Sort of like a mandala but instead of sand, it’s people and their possessions. The latest town builder in my line-up is Odd Realm by Unknown […]