Indie Games Reviews 21 – 05/12/2022

Press W To Move Forward by Nil Knight—https://nil-knight.itch.io/press-w-to-move-forward Game mechanics in perfect cohesion with a rhetoric of technocapitalist alienation and constant estrangement from immediate reality. Also an amazing aesthetic feat with mindbending visual and soundscape. They Speak From the Abyss Teaser Demo by Nikki Kalpa—https://thefifthkalpa.itch.io/they-speak-from-the-abyss-teaser-demo Look forward for the release of this title and offer […]

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Indie Games Reviews 20 – 04/14/2022

Growing My Grandpa by Yames — https://www.patreon.com/user?u=7156682 Public release tomorrow (04/15/22) – Do not skip this! The one and only Yames does it again with an unique brand of body horror creeping out of the liminal intersection of gnostic paranoia and biological insanity. Brilliant ambient soundtrack and a visual aesthetic not unlike deSpiria monstrosities. Strongly […]

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Indie Games Reviews 19 – 03/11/2022

Apartment by Kalonica Quigley – https://freeplayfest.itch.io/apartment I forgot to review this one last time so this take first spot. A beautiful affective experience of domestic attachment and lost. A Hell of a Soup by Antoine Fauville – https://antoinefauville.itch.io/a-hell-of-a-soup Ultra-weird and minimalist FPS where you find gigantic sandworm one minute and browse an Ikea for meatballs the […]

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Indie Games Reviews 18– 02/08/2022

BirdGut by Micah Boursier – https://store.steampowered.com/app/1072390/BirdGut/ This hand-drawned puzzle platformer is as absurd as it is endearing. An entomologist interpretation of a Monty Python sketch – there’s no way you won’t be charmed by BirdGut. BloodBornePSX by LWMedia – https://b0tster.itch.io/bbpsx I for one never believed this would actually see the light of day. Not being […]

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Indie Games Reviews 17 – 01/15/2022

Drive Time Radio by BirthdayBoy – https://birthday-boy.itch.io/drive-time-radio Think Pontypool meets Terrorvision. The voice acting and the writing are top-tier and would work by themselves as an exceptional horror short film. The added mix of quick reflex drive and quiz mechanics elevates Drive Time Radio to one of the most innovative and hilarious game I played […]

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