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List of All Indie Game Reviews -
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  • Dead SecretDead Secret —April 26, 2016— Even a broken arm won't stop you from investigating the death of a brilliant recluse at his lonely, isolated home, but you're not alone as you dig into uncovering the identity of the killer and the truth behind his research in this incredibly tense adventure thriller made for VR, but playable on PC.
  • Underground HangoversUnderground Hangovers —April 26, 2016— Celebrating a job well-done is usually a good thing to do. Drinking enough to keep you from hearing the company taking off and leaving you on a lone planet, not so good of a thing. Thankfully one of the partiers was able to write up plans for your own rocket and another one can build it, but they need the special ore you were there to mine in the first place. So back into the dark mines with you to collect enough to make it back home in this platformer made for Ludum Dare.
  • Light the DarkLight the Dark —April 24, 2016— The darkness has overpowered the light in this once beautiful forest. All that is left is one small glow. But with enough courage and strength this little glow will light its world anew. If its light doesn't go out, that is, in this free indie platformer.
  • Streets of RogueStreets of Rogue —March 31, 2016— Stealth? Hacking? Gizmos? Giant rampaging scientists? This freeform action roguelike has 'em all, gives you the missions and lets you decide how to complete them, and it's currently free while in its alpha stage.
  • Pony IslandPony Island —March 28, 2016— Originally conceived as a Ludum Dare game, Pony Island has you trapped within a machine that's trying to bend you to its will. You'll need cleverness, fast hooves, and more than a little ingenuity to break free from this cunning, weird indie game that's full of surprises.
  • Stardew ValleyStardew Valley —March 27, 2016— You've just inherited your grandfather's run-down farm... it'll take a lot to get it running again, but locals and a whole lot of elbow grease just may help you reach your dreams. A massive and engrossing indie simulation made by a single person, Stardew Valley is packed with farming, relationships, dungeons, crafting, and much, much more.
  • Factorio (Early Access)Factorio (Early Access) —March 18, 2016— From mining basic raw resources to producing sci-fi hardware, this elaborate indie strategy sim with sandbox crafting and action elements has you single-handedly advancing an entire planet just to get home!
  • ShardlightShardlight —March 10, 2016— Twenty years after the blast the common population is dwindling. Struggling to get food, water, and other necessities of life the people continue to push on. If things weren't hard enough already a plague called Green Lung has a tight grip over the population. Amy Wellard still believes in a cure and will risk everything to help find it in this point-and-click indie adventure from Wadjet Eye Games
  • The Count LucanorThe Count Lucanor —March 9, 2016— Baroque Decay serves up a twisted fable in the form of an indie action adventure about a young boy who decides to leave home in search of glory and fortune. Instead he finds a dark castle with the promise of riches if he can figure out a riddle before sunrise, but with five different endings, not to mention some gorgeous pixel cutscenes, not everything is as it seems.
  • LiEatLiEat —March 6, 2016— What do you get when you mix an odd dragon girl who eats lies and a con artist who can't seem to stop telling them? Well in the case of LiEat you get a lot of mystery, a lot of action, and a lot of charm in this indie RPG adventure from Alice mare creator Miwashiba.
  • SandstormSandstorm —February 28, 2016— Into difficult survival games? Experience this unique navigation adventure — no hunger or thirst here, just using your own navigational skills to get you, your beast of burden and your creaky cart through the elements in a very disorienting barren wasteland in this Pay What You Want indie game.
  • OxenfreeOxenfree —February 27, 2016— Alex and her friends, which includes her brand-new "just met tonight" step brother and a girl who blames her for Alex's brother's death, just want to hang out on the island and goof off. Too bad they didn't plan on stumbling across something slumbering beneath. A very character driven indie horror adventure with a human heart at its core.
  • The Flame in the FloodThe Flame in the Flood —February 24, 2016— In the wake of an apocalyptic flood that leaves the world devastated and scattered, one lone survivor finds a radio whose signal beckons them downriver. So begins a dangerous and thrilling journey in this gorgeous and captivating indie survival adventure, where danger, excitement, and the scoots lurk around every corner.
  • Blown Away: Secret of the WindBlown Away: Secret of the Wind —February 18, 2016— Just as you finish building your house and brush back your lovely locks to take it all in, a strong wind blows and carries every last piece of your house away. Kicking you when you're down it also steals all your beautiful hair except for one last strand. Thankfully, you've been gifted teleportation shoes and your quest to take your house back has just begun in this action adventure for Android and iOS!
  • Romance DetectiveRomance Detective —February 15, 2016— When a gaudy vase goes missing from a museum, cop Chrys finds herself rechristened as Romance Cop and dragged into working with the eccentric woman known as Romance Detective! A funny, sweet, and definitely silly madcap indie visual novel with a sequel coming later this year that will put a smile on your face.
  • NyctophiliaNyctophilia —February 12, 2016— You can move away from people, you can lock yourself inside to escape from nature, but you can't never escape what's in your head in this free indie adventure thriller where an old house begins to change itself around you.
  • Aveyond 4: Shadow of the MistAveyond 4: Shadow of the Mist —February 5, 2016— Boyle wanted to rule the world... but that didn't pan out so well, and three years later he's sulking in a town filled with other retired villains. But when a strange mist threatens the world (and his dog), he may have to become a hero... whether he likes it or not. A fabulously fun and cheeky indie RPG with plenty of humour and gameplay.
  • Castaway ParadiseCastaway Paradise —February 2, 2016— Available free to play on iOS and Android, or for a flat fee on Steam, this adorable indie casual island sim gives you a place to kick back with as you help the town grow around you. Perform quests. Catch bugs. Build a museum. Plant crops and flowers. All this and more await you in a cheery little Animal Crossing-alike that's fun for all ages.
  • CrashlandsCrashlands —January 27, 2016— Flux and her companion JuiceBox are just on their way to deliver some packages when their ship gets destroyed by a giant floating purple space head. Now they're stranded on an alien world, and they'll need to build, bash, and craft their way is they want to get home... as well as deal with the villain himself. A bizarre and fantastically funny indie action adventure with crossplatform play for desktop or Android and iOS that's worth every penny.
  • Mica: ApoptosisMica: Apoptosis —January 24, 2016— Mica: Apoptosis is a free indie horror adventure told from three different points of view of our main heroes. Each one seems so vastly different from the other yet it seems their lives are fated to intertwine. But are these heroes we are watching be born or villains? Though only the first few chapters are available now, more are coming soon!
  • The Ceramic UncertaintyThe Ceramic Uncertainty —January 22, 2016— Of all the mysterious things that could suddenly appear in your apartment and be the cause of worry, a potted plant isn't that high up on the list. But that's because you've never seen a plant like this before in this Twine-based text adventure with multiple endings.
  • Echoes of AetheriaEchoes of Aetheria —January 21, 2016— Accused of terrorism and thrust into the middle of a conspiracy to ignite a war, knight Lucian teams up with streetsmart mechanic Ingrid and capable princess Soha to clear their names in this gorgeous, engaging indie RPG with challenging combat and likable characters.
  • Red Book: Discordia TalesRed Book: Discordia Tales —January 18, 2016— Alice seems aptly named for a blonde little girl who finds herself in a strange wonderland. Except there is a lot less wonder and a lot more terror in this free indie horror adventure But our brave little heroine is a lot more confident as she strives to find a way out of this nightmare.
  • Longest NightLongest Night —January 7, 2016— Ever had a night out with friends in nature, enjoying the sounds of the fire, staring into the night sky and willing to talk about anything since you're so bored and the last bits of good gossip were shared an hour ago? Free indie game Longest Night is exactly that as a group of friends turn towards the constellations to help pass the time with one another. While recounting the history from long ago of the very odd world they live in we may even learn a few things about their own past.
  • Reveal the DeepReveal the Deep —January 5, 2016— Also available for Android, in this creepy underwater indie puzzle platformer, you play a lone diver exploring the crumbling hulk of a sunken ship, but you may not be prepared for what you find inside. Despite some kinks, an excellent short, scary gem with an itty-bitty admission fee that delivers big on atmosphere for a satisfying adventure.
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