Game developer goes off script to trash NFTs and web3 gaming publicly
Mark Venturelli, the designer behind 'Chroma Squad,' delivered a presentation entitled "Why NFTs are a nightmare," at Brazil's International Games festival.
This indie game looks like someone turned Toy Story 2 into a shooter
Hypercharge resembles a cross between Small Soldiers and Toy Story and has climbed Steam's charts after a week of virality.
The AI-powered Am I the Asshole spinoff is back and better than ever
“AITA for switching to regular milk to prove my lactose intolerant roommate keeps stealing from me?”
Nintendo’s latest Indie World showcase paraded the small but mighty
A number of titles that revel in simplistic, arcade-like gameplay were revealed at the event.
Stardew follow-up Haunted Chocolatier will have real boss fights
The long-awaited sequel to Stardew Valley, Haunted Chocolatier, features a greater focus on combat, boss battles, and a darker tone.
'Hyper Light Breaker' is the 3D follow-up to an indie classic
Developer Heart Machine has announced a 3D successor to the highly-successful Hyper Light Drifter, and it's coming to Steam in 2023.
'Infernax' is a gory love letter to the 'Castlevania' everyone hates
The legacy of Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest makes this indie metroidvania a different class of retro revival.
Itch.io says NFTs are a no-go, thanks
Gaming storefront describes NFTs as "exploitative" and "a scam."
This new 'Palworld' trailer imagines a world with Pokémon and guns
There’s also a factory exploiting the plush creatures in a game that looks hyper derivative.
An absolute monster turned Pokémon into a first-person shooter
Using Unreal Engine and pre-existing graphic/animation packs, indie game developer, Dragon, brought a whole lot of firepower to the Pokémon universe.
Valve's Steam Store breaks all-time highs with 28 million users
But Epic is also gaining Steam.
2022's most anticipated games that you (probably) haven’t heard of yet
From scary stories to Kung-Fu and cutesy RPGs, this year has something for everyone.
'Tunic' publisher says indie game production is ‘absurdly expensive’
Cheap games aren't cheap to make, apparently.
FPS with a ‘school shooting’ level loses its publisher
But those two things may not actually be related.
Indie darling ‘Hades’ becomes first video game to win Hugo Award
Video games have immense narrative potential.
Sony is quietly improving PlayStation's relations with indies
A new document sheds some light on the issue.