Google Play’s Indie Games Accelerator Looks To Help Independent Developers Grow

Budding Android developers from India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam can apply to take part in Google Play’s Indie Games Accelerator Program, a program designed to help independent developers grow their business, gain valuable development skills, and learn about leading and managing their teams. Using workshops, mentorships with skilled mobile developers, and […]

Build Your Own Guns And Take Down An Armada In ‘Mothergunship’

Mothergunship is all about escalation. You like shooting enemies? Here’s a dozen angry robots for you. You like dodging bullets? Sure, have hundreds of bullets coming your way. You like guns? Ho ho ho, have I got news for you… If you have played Terrible Posture Games’ debut title, Tower of Guns, all of this […]

First Person Platformer ‘The Free Ones’ Lets You Soar Through The Skies

As a forced laborer escaping from an island, first-person platformer The Free Ones has you swinging all over the place with your trusty hookshot. While the game attempts to create an interesting narrative out of your predicament, the main draw of The Free Ones is its wide open spaces and physics-defying movement. Your hookshot attaches […]

‘Castle Must Be Mine’ Pairs Tower Defense & Virtual Reality

Remember the days of stacking blocks and commanding your army of toys to fend off opposing forces? In Castle Must Be Mine, you can relive your glory days as overseer and all-powerful. You’ll be defending your towers with your trusty hero, traps, and your own god-like powers (like fireball tossing). Keeping your area safe can […]

‘Only When Howling’ Encourages Contemplation By Speaking In Visuals

Only When Howling is a game of reflection, having you explore the stories of three characters through striking visual interpretations of their feelings of love, passion, gratitude, and sacrifice. Only When Howling seeks to tell its story through an array of sumptuous visuals that cascade into a seemingly-bleak world, carrying the characters’ thoughts and passions […]

Underwater-Shmup ‘Earth Atlantis’ Releases The Kraken On Consoles

Undoubtedly inspired by shmup classics such as Darius and Xenon 2: Megablast, sepia-tinted underwater shooter Earth Atlantis has you hunting down giant sea monsters in a postapocalyptic future. Earth Atlanis’ monster hunting takes places in one huge level. It is technically not an open world since progress is somewhat gated by the game’s many bosses, […]

Your Voice Brings Clarity, But Also Danger, In Microphone-Based Horror Game ‘Stifled’

Stifled requires you use a microphone to see in the darkness, using the sound of your voice out into the world to make it visible. Through this form of echolocation, you’ll be able to explore the game’s pitch-black areas, but you’ll also be getting the attention of things lurking in the shadows, coaxing them ever […]