Woolfe Interview with GriN: Red’s come a long way

Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries, the indie game focused around Little Red Riding Hood, is still in Early Access on Steam. This is in preparation for the game’s full launch on March 17, 2015, and the Woolfe Pack at GriN has been working hard to polish it before then. Luckily, I was able to catch more »

A Good Snowman is Hard to Build price is tied to the temperature

Do you want to build a snowman? Of course you do! Especially with A Good Snowman is Hard to Build, a puzzle game releasing today that involves a black, amorphous monster building snowmen and then giving them hugs. That’s exactly the kind of thing that will brighten your Wednesday. In fact, I think we have more »


Seven Hotties, All My Husbands: Words can be painful

At the behest of our honorable editor here at the Technology Tell Gaming Channel, Jenni Lada, I have started playing the infamous romance simulator Seven Hotties, All My Husbands. As Jenni previously mentioned, the game revolves around a lonely designer who wishes she could marry a hot guy. The morning after she yells this wish more »

Apotheon Review Postmortem: Godkiller

Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD Why is modern man so fond of killing Ancient Greek gods? The gods don’t come off well in Apotheon, but few Pre-Christian deities in Western mythology are appealing from a modern perspective. They seem petty, lascivious, cruel, and possessed with an unseemly fondness for turning into geese and impregnating people, but they’re more »

Heavenly Sword’s art director is back to beautify Ninja Theory’s Hellblade

Art Director Hugues Giboire, arguably best known for his work on the striking aesthetics of Ninja Theory’s Heavenly Sword, has returned to NT to fill the same role on the studio’s current project, Hellblade. As GamesIndustry reports, Giboire has filled the void left by Stuart Adcock, who had served as Hellblade‘s art director until his recent departure. However, more »

Rentpunk Game Jam: Nickel and Dimed

Rentpunk is a game jam for our uniquely precarious times.  In the current information economy, geek culture has become mainstream culture, yet the revenge of the nerds has been exacted at a terrible price.  The middle class is an anachronism.  Ghost towns dot the vast wasteland that separates major metropolises, their empty warehouses and factories more »

Don’t buy Darkest Dungeon from the Windows Game Store

Don’t buy Darkest Dungeon from the Windows Game Store Do you, for some reason, get your PC games from the Windows Game Store instead of Steam, Amazon, or direct from developers? If you did so for Red Hook Studio’s Darkest Dungeon, then you unintentionally did a very bad thing. The developer didn’t put its game more »

Super Game Jam challenges devs to create in 48 hours

Super Game Jam is a documentary series published by Devolver Digital on Steam. And it pretty much is, for lack of a better term, a game jam. In each episode, two indie game developers team up to create a game in 48 hours. Each team is given a theme to base their game around, with more »

To The Moon receives another free minisode

Freebird Games’ charming, bite-sized adventure title, To The Moon, recently added a second “minisode” to its DLC repertoire. Comparable in length to the 20-minute holiday special which released on New Year’s Eve, Minisode 2 is said to be more relevant to the plot of To The Moon‘s upcoming sequel, Finding Paradise. If you purchased the original game via Steam or more »

Let’s Play Crypt of the Necrodancer

It’s a lazy Friday! I’m sure you’re kicking back and savoring the notion of having a whole weekend with nothing to do ahead of you. While you do, why not watch me play Crypt of the Necrodancer for a while? I mean, it wasn’t like you were going to accomplish anything today anyway. Besides, Crypt more »

Dreamfall Chapters Book Two: Rebels release date announced

Back in December 2014, Red Thread Games released a teaser trailer for Dreamfall Chapters Book Two: Rebels. At the time, the trailer didn’t include a release date. Red Thread explained outright that they didn’t include a release date because they wanted to be sure they could meet their personal completion date first. As it turns more »

Here’s Your February 20, 2015 Indie Game Bundle Update

Guess what indie game bundle fans? We have an even 30 bundles to choose from this week. You can’t beat that! What’s really nice is that most of the indie game bundles this week have games that have never been in bundles before, so you’ll have a chance to add all new titles, without duplicates, more »