'Sun Blast,' Obline Software’s Sci-Fi space shooter has such an arcade game feel that you might reach for quarters once your ship is taken out by evil alien invaders.
Articles by Thor Weston
Puzzle game 'Unium' by Kittehface Studios provides a polished and relaxing experience for a simple but increasingly complex series of line-drawing puzzles.
The upcoming Pixels movie featuring Adam Sandler and Peter Dinklage brings 80s arcade games to life in what looks to be an action-packed 3D summer blockbuster.
Inspired by the RPG 'Yume Nikki,' Asteristic's 'Dreaming Sarah' features nice 16-bit graphics, a challenging game world, and an incredible soundtrack.
'The Hero of Kendrickstone' by Choice of Games is a fun, text-based game that’s sure to please fans of the old-school Choose Your Own Adventure books.
The indie FPS game Standpoint has a compelling premise and good voiceover narration, but the repetitive puzzles are given far more focus than its unique themes.
While very short and completely absurd, there’s something wonderfully freakish and even profound about the film-turned-indie game ‘Plug & Play’ by Etter Studio.
Indie game developer Robin Arnott compares 'SoundSelf' to 'spiritual pornography,' and talks about how virtual reality and emotion can push the boundaries of gaming experiences.
Why do video game myths feel so real? Video games are a fairly new medium, but their roots run deep with the ancient story traditions and classic mythology that are so important to our culture.
This soon-to-be-released video game documentary explores the journey of video games as a medium, charts the incredible rise of indie games, and interviews top indie names like Davey Wreden ('The Stanley Parable') and Zoe Quinn.
The 'David' game is a charming, minimalistic, "strangely personal" indie title where it's cool to be a square. As David, players bend time and battle evil geometric armies to an 8-bit soundtrack.