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Indie Game Review with Johnnemann of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine
5 days ago

Indie Game Review with Johnnemann of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine

By  •  GAMING

You are a traveler in America during the Great Depression. As you explore different regions you gather stories and share them with the people you meet. That’s the basic premise …
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Indie Game Review with Tracking Ida at IndieCade ’17
6 days ago

Indie Game Review with Tracking Ida at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

Tracking Ida is a great exploration of history and period reporting combined with escape the room style puzzles. This analogue game was featured in the nominee section of IndieCade and …
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Indie Game Review with What isn’t Saved at IndieCade ’17
6 days ago

Indie Game Review with What isn’t Saved at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

What Isn’t Saved, Will be Lost. That says it all in this game that explores what memories mean to us…and a computer. You play as a computer program that is …
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Indie Game Review with Rhythm Doctor at IndieCade ’17
7 days ago

Indie Game Review with Rhythm Doctor at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

One button rhythm game, sounds easy right? That’s the basic premise of they rhythm game, Rhythm Doctor. There’s a twist though, you have to hit every 7th beat and the …
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Indie Game Review with Norwood Suite
1 week ago

Indie Game Review with Norwood Suite

By  •  GAMING

We talked with Greg ‘Cosmo D’ Heffernan about his latest game, The Norwood Suite. This is a first person adventure game with a non-linear narrative and a whole lot of …
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Indie Game Review with Jordan of Ishmael
1 week ago

Indie Game Review with Jordan of Ishmael

By  •  GAMING

Chatting with Jordan Magnuson the developer behind Ishmael. Its a game about a boy who happens to be Palestinian. The narrative game explores what this means to him and how …
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Indie Game Review with Four Horsemen at IndieCade ’17
1 week ago

Indie Game Review with Four Horsemen at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

At IndieCade ’17 we checked out Four Horsemen a narrative game that explores the lives of 4 immigrant teens in a new country. The game is topical with respect to …
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Indie Game Review and Feast at IndieCade ’17
2 weeks ago

Indie Game Review and Feast at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

There were a small selection of completely analogue games at IndieCade and Feast was one of the ones featured in the nominee section. The game might be best described as …
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IGR and the Emotional Fugitive Detector at IndieCade ’17
2 weeks ago

IGR and the Emotional Fugitive Detector at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

This student made game featured at IndieCade was pretty cool! The premise: in a dystopian future, emotions have been outlawed, and you are trying to pass a scanner’s test while …
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IGR with Cosmic Top Secret at IndieCade ’17
2 weeks ago

IGR with Cosmic Top Secret at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

At IndieCade ’17 we talked with Trine Laier about her game Cosmic Top Secret. The game centers around her real experience in finding out that both of her parents worked for …
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IGR with A Normal Lost Phone at IndieCade ’17
2 weeks ago

IGR with A Normal Lost Phone at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

We got to talk with Elizabeth Maler of Accidental Queens at IndieCade ’17 about A Normal Lost Phone, and it’s follow up Another Lost Phone. Both games operate on the premise …
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IGR with Bury Me, My Love at IndieCade ’17
2 weeks ago

IGR with Bury Me, My Love at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

At this past IndieCade we chatted with Flurent Maurin about his game Bury Me, My Love. The game relates the story of Nour and Majd. Nour is a Syrian refugee …
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IGR with Bleep Space at IndieCade ’17
3 weeks ago

IGR with Bleep Space at IndieCade ’17

I chatted with Andy Wallace at IndieCade ’17 about his interactive sequencer Bleep Space. Players can hit buttons to add audio to a sequence while abstract visuals that represent the sounds appear …
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IGR with Susurrus at IndieCade ’17
4 weeks ago

IGR with Susurrus at IndieCade ’17

By  •  GAMING

Susurrus: Season of Tides comes to us from Evil Overlord Games. It is a visual text based adventure with a slight MMO bend to it. As players interact with the …
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IGR Looks at The Sexy Brutal at IndieCade’17
4 weeks ago

IGR Looks at The Sexy Brutal at IndieCade’17

By  •  GAMING

At the recent IndieCade, festival of indie games, in Los Angeles I got a chance to check out The Sexy Brutal. It is a vary polished looking (and sounding) 3rd …
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