Let me tell you, the ability to remap keybinds is the most basic accessibility feature that a game can have. #DisabledGaming #IndieDevs #accessibility
Video game review: Sally Face by Vanri the Rogue
Games Created by Women: Gravity Ghost written by @ThiaTheBard
This year, we had the pleasure of attending TooManyGames again! I am excited for this convention every year for one big reason…. Indie Games Showcase! Unfortunately, we had zero time to prepare for this event. We didn’t talk to guests this year, but we were very excited to see Charles Martinet, the Voice of Mario, andContinue reading “TooManyGames 2018: An Overview”
Island is survival roleplay game made in retro graphics. You don’t just deal with hunger and thirst, but also with more realistic factors like fear, cold, and condition of your feet. You start the game without any skills at surviving and must learn along with what you see the most fit along the way: TrainContinue reading “Indie Spotlight: Island”
Tell us about your game: Valdemar Schultz Andreasen (Lead Game Designer): Forgotton Anne is an untraditional 2D platforming adventure, with a heavy focus on the narrative and an interest in telling a very human story. We’ve done what we can to make it feel as if you’re playing inside an anime-movie, with a cinematography thatContinue reading “Indie Spotlight: Forgotten Anne”
In 2014, Upper One Games and E-Line Media released Never Alone, a platformer based on the Iñupiat tale, “Kunuuksaayuka.” It is now playable on the PlayStation 3 & 4, Xbox One, Wii U, and PC, as well as iOS and Android devices. I downloaded the game on the PlayStation 4, so that is the versionContinue reading “Review: Never Alone”
I am a sucker for a good indie game.
Real Women of Gaming is getting on the convention beat!
Liege is a story driven RPG with a deep, tactical core.