Critical Indie Gamer hasn’t been around very long. We’re just coming up on the end of our first month of publishing review and are just starting to get things sorted. We feel we’re a bit overdue in doing this, but we’ve finally created official Facebook page and Steam group. Click the images below to join:
With the help of developer Dan Marshall we have come up with some top-tips to help you get ahead, and drive your opponents bananas.
Down on his luck, no money in his pockets and with the rent payments due; Fagus is having a rough time. Luckily for him, his badger-fearing mate Tully has an idea to help line their pockets.
Games Foundry project lead, Simon Dean and his colleagues, have been blown away by the response to town management sim, Folk Tale.
There’s a global energy crisis and no one knows what to do about it. If a solution isn’t found shortly, our milk will go sour, our televisions will stop working, and most crucially, we won’t be able to play the vidya!
Playstation has just released a showcase video of all the great indie games available through PSN.
When a game goes by the name “Fist Puncher” you should pretty much know what to expect.
NASCAR 2013 is a Simulation Racing Game, but unlike common misconception – of which I am also guilty – it isn’t “Just turning left every now and then”.
It’s lazy and sloppy and at $5.99 it isn’t remotely worth the asking price.
My first impression of Element4l was that of an incredibly generic indie ‘art game’, in which the main focus was the artistic styling of the game. Usually in such games, the game-play takes second field and I’m left with a feeling of disappointment. Element4l couldn’t be farther from that if it tried. Utilising an interesting mechanic which has you changing between four elements, each with their own attributes in order to solve puzzles sounds simple – and it is – but that doesn’t make Element4l an easy game.