Posts Tagged ‘Indie Games’

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You may be familiar with the SteamWorld series from 2013’s popular Steamworld Dig. At PAX East 2016, the newest installment to the series, SteamWorld Heist, was unveiled in full force:

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It was no secret that there was an apparent absence of many large triple-A titles at PAX East 2015. However, this shifted the spotlight on the medium and smaller sized games, allowing them to flourish. On the showroom floor, very quickly the crowd became overrun by bright blue shirts, baring the name “Gigantic”. We talked to dozens of people on the floor, all of which giving this game their ‘favorite game at PAX’ title. Here’s why:

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If you want to purchase a new indie game, it’s pretty easy. You go to Steam or another digital downloading service, buy your game, install, and let the fun begin. However, who made the game? How long did it take? What inspired the developers to create it? GameLoading: Rise of the Indies will be demystifying all of the different variables associated with making an independent game: following different studios and individuals, showcasing the games at industry events such as PAX and GDC, exploring the art style used, and much more:

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If there was ever puzzler that leaves perfectionists wanting more, it is Strata:

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Is this what the future holds?

Is this what the future holds?

Did anyone else hear about this?  Click ‘read more’ to get my full thoughts on the matter:

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This incredible documentary is a must watch for any indie gaming fan.

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