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Indie brawler Rivals of Aether is coming to Switch

At Super Smash Con last weekend, indie brawler Rivals of Aether was confirmed to be getting ported to Nintendo Switch. Announced by the game's creator, Dan Fornace, it's unclear how far into development this version is or when it will be h...

 
 
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Wooden Nickel isn't your everyday Old West adventure game

Brain&Brain is following up its storybook adventure Burly Men at Sea with another minimalist game, Wooden Nickel, and I'm here for this aesthetic. It's so different from my usual inbox pitches. The main hook, at least in my eyes, is th...

 
 
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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter reappears on Nintendo Switch

For a game about a disappearance, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter sure keeps popping up. Later this week, it'll get its fourth launch in five years. Polish studio The Astronauts has ported The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to Nintendo S...

 
 
 
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Fight Crab trailer is a terrifying vision of the end of days

Developer Nussoft has released a new trailer for their utterly baffling multiplayer brawler Fight Crab, which sees a platoon of the loveable crustaceans laying waste to each other in over-the-top claw-to-claw combat.Set in "a far-off world"...

 
 
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Anti co-op shooter Vicious Circle is now available

Rooster Teeth Games' uncooperative FPS game Vicious Circle is now available for purchase on Steam. Taking an approach similar to EVOLVE, Vicious Circle pits a four-player team against a single, overpowered player in an attempt to collect a...

 
 
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It's time to put Knights and Bikes back on your radar

Knights and Bikes is finally coming home. Developer Foam Sword is bringing its dazzling coming-of-age buddy adventure to PC and PlayStation 4 on August 27, 2019 through the Double Fine Presents label. The last time I told you about this gam...

 
 
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Review: Electronic Super Joy 2

One of the most influential indie games ever released was Team Meat's Super Meat Boy. A tremendous success story for the small team, it created a paradigm shift for what people would come to expect from homegrown platformers. Pretty much im...

 
 
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Review: The Blackout Club

I don't think I've ever wanted to love a game more than The Blackout Club. It's just...the game feels as if it's doing its best to push me away at every moment. 

 
 
 
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Review: Forager

Forager might just be the coziest, most laid-back video game I end up playing this year. I didn't exactly know what it was coming in – there's farming and crafting and skeleton slashing, based on the screens – but I knew I'd be ...

 
 
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Contest: Cause vampiric distress with a copy of Damsel

Enter our contest and win your own copy of Damsel for PC, Xbox One, or Switch! There's nothing I love more than a kickass female lead in a video game. Unfortunately, we don't get nearly as many as we deserve. Give me more Lara Crofts, and f...

 
 
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Rogue Legacy is now on iOS and it's only a dollar

Rogue Legacy is back to burn away even more of our free time with a new port to iOS. It's out today for just $0.99, but the discounted price won't last long – it's only good until Sunday, August 11. From that point on, the iPhone/iPad...

 
 
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Trine 4 is all set for an October launch

Publisher Modus Games has announced that Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will be launching on October 8, 2019, for $29.99. Available for all major platforms, this latest installment in the series will be released concurrently with the Trine:...

 
 
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Wholesome puzzle game GNOG goes free on the Epic Games Store

GNOG, a puzzle game about tinkering with monster-headed toys, is free starting today on the Epic Games Store. As usual, the promo runs for one week, so you have until August 15, 2019. Should you go out of your way to play GNOG? Yes. Absolut...

 
 
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Indivisible will finally see the light of day in October

Lab Zero Games, renown for their excellent fighter SkullGirls, have finally bestowed their upcoming action RPG Indivisible with a release date. Ajna and friends will begin their epic journey on PS4, PC and Xbox One in October. A Nintendo Sw...

 
 
 
 
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Review: A Short Hike

A Short Hike is a relaxed game about an adorable bird, going on a walk through the countryside, with the hopes of finding cell phone reception. It originally released as a part of the Humble Monthly program back in April, but it’s now...

 
 
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Review: Turok: Escape from Lost Valley

I'm not a fan of short intros where reviewers bluntly tell you to avoid a particular game. There are many different factors for why a title can end up so bad that you want to chug battery acid instead of playing it. Sometimes things don't c...

 
 
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Monument Valley 3 is currently in development

Developer ustwo games has confirmed that development of Monument Valley 3 is underway. A sequel to its acclaimed mobile puzzle titles, 3 will obviously contain more puzzle-solving goodness with excellent visuals. The duo of games are a gre...

 
 
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Landlord's Super is my kind of construction simulator

MinskWorks, the mind behind the road-trip sim Jalopy, is making another weird game with a laser-focused mood. This one is Landlord's Super – a very British, very '80s life simulation game. When you aren't hitting the pub, you'll ...

 
 
 
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The Textorcist receives a free expansion today

Indie typing game The Textorcist has received a big content update today. Called The Forgotten Relics, this free expansion adds a brand new "Boss Rush" mode, several trinkets for the story mode, and a brand new difficulty option for the bos...

 
 
 




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