Today we're checking out an interesting roguelike-mech-building game called Jupiter Moons: Mecha! Enjoy!
Today we're taking a look at a Pool-inspired roguelike game called Billiards Dungeon! Here are my first impressions!
Today, I finally review one of my all-time favourite games! Here's my review on Dungeon of the ENDLESS!
Today I talk about Monster Train again,... or more specifically about the Melting Remnant and the Umbra because I love those clans!
Jeff Bezos is evil but at least he has a fancy tophat. Let's fight for a higher minimum wage! Literally!
I've been meaning to write about this topic. Games tend to be frustrating... especially Roguelikes... but burning out from them and taking a break from them isn't a bad thing. Enjoy!
Today, I'm showing you Iris and the Giant, a lovely card-based roguelite game that dives into the imaginary world and psyche of a young girl that's suffering from depression and anxieties.
Roguelike or Roguelite? That is the real question! Today I wanted to share some thoughts on that topic and my personal definition that I tend to go by!
Turn-based combat, chess pieces, and... permadeath?! Check out my post on Pawnbarian to see what that's about!
Do you know Hades already? Yes? Of course you do! It's a great game after all and here's why! (also if you said no, you should check this review out!)
Christmas Season is Explosive Season so let's shoot some elves and grinches... and rescue some metal heads! Not sure what I'm talking about? Check out my review!
A trailer for Endless Dungeon was announced, so naturally I gotta be excited about it! Tune in for why I'm looking forward to this and what we know so far!
"Roguelike flavour, card game pacing, dungeon crawl, chaos embracing. Shadows cast a truth to see. In the darkness, you can visit me." Join me as I venture deep, fear not you don't have to take a leap. Since if you're looking for something to play that's new, I've got you covered with my Ring of... Continue Reading →
I don't usually play Horror games… and I don't usually play all that many FPS games either… but some games combine these genres quite well or have something special about them. Some games out there are able to provide a lot of fun and a big challenge with little to no effort and a rather... Continue Reading →
April's Humble Choice offered you the option of downloading a DRM-free demo of Ring of Pain (v0.8.21) if you signed up for the choice, so I not only got some nice games this month but also got to see how much the game changed ever since the demo I played last year in August! But... Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be inside of a giant whale? Or what it's like to manage your inventory properly if you only have one spot? Or have you ever thought about the possibility that a van is currently chasing you… from ABOVE?! Well, if you didn't really know what I want... Continue Reading →
In today's Indietail review, we're talking about Original Journey: A hand-drawn, sci-fi action-adventure where we join the Ato as they embark on a mission to a distant planet, known as the Shadow Planet, to find a certain crystal that can save our own species and even our dying planet. Developer: Bonfire Entertainment Publisher: Neon Doctrine... Continue Reading →
What happens when we mix rogue-lite mechanics with an isometric perspective, an up-beat and rather colourful world, monster-taming and kiting-mechanics? Well, we would probably end up with a title that would be quite similar to Cadabra Games' Adore!Welcome to today's Indietail where we see what this new Brazilian studio has to offer and if their... Continue Reading →
A while ago I reviewed Hopoo Games' Risk of Rain 1 and it's to-date one of my favourite games. It's a lovely Indie-Action-Roguelike-title with a very nice combat system, a wonderful soundtrack and a timer that is increasing the difficulty the longer you take to complete the game. Hopoo Games released Risk of Rain 1... Continue Reading →
The genre of Hack and Slay games is known for its combat, its looting and levelling, and its big and dark areas? Well, yeah, mostly, but there are also games that don't follow that same pattern out there! Today's game is a card-based ARPG called Book of Demons that dares to change up the formula of hack and slay games a little bit and mix it with a well- "crafted" world and some interesting mechanics.
Dizzle, Rain and Monsoon? What sounds like the weather forecast of London is actually something that has to do with an awesome game by Hopoo Games. Stay tuned for a review on my favourite game featuring a great soundtrack, some cool combat and a small risk of rain.
When adventurers are in need for items, gear and gadgets, they turn to merchants to sell them to them... but where do the items come from and how strong is such a merchant really? Find out here!
For my first review on this Indie Game Blog, I'm presenting you The Flame In The Flood (Trailer/Shop) - one of my favourite games - where the protagonist Scout goes on an adventure with her dog Aesop/Daisy to find the whereabouts of the humans that escaped after the Great Flooding. To do that, they travel... Continue Reading →