The Mooseman

Question: when can you make the distinction between a puzzle side-scroller and a walking simulator? Answer: not when it’s The Mooseman. Originally released on PC back in February of 2017, it is now finding its way onto home consoles. The Mooseman is a 2D indie title that combines puzzles, walking, bosses, walking, flying mechanics, walking…

Survive! Mr. Cube

Attention all Playstation trophy collectors (specifically Playstation Platinum Trophy collectors): what if I told you that there was a game out there that could net you a Platinum Trophy in under an hour of gameplay? You would probably think it was automatically a terrible game at an extremely cheap price but you would want it…

Shio

Back in January of 2018 (yes, not too long ago) there was a little indie platformer called Celeste. It took many by surprise and quickly became a lot of people’s indie game of the year. The art style, music, gameplay, replay value and even story were brought together so beautifully that it was hard not…

I Hate Running Backwards

As we all wait patiently for the next true Serious Sam game (are we really actually waiting?) we all want to play the next title that allows us to destroy almost everything in site and have fun doing it. Unfortunately, I Hate Running Backwards brings all the destruction but leaves behind the fun. This is a 2D indie game…

Omensight

I have only ever gone to one murder mystery night in my life and it was Disney themed. Yes, you read that right. We dressed up as famous Disney cartoon characters and there was indeed a murder. I have always been fascinated with this type of idea and placing it inside of a video game…

Golf Story

The Pixelated Golf Game We All Needed! First off, let me get this loud statement off my chest: OH MY GOD! Where has Golf Story been all my life? Let’s think back to the days of Golf for NES (Nintendo Entertainment System for all you young folk). The crisp sounds, the simplistic control system, the…

Clustertruck

Having already been released in late 2016 for various other platforms, it was only a matter of time before the Nintendo Switch gobbled this title up. This game screams “on-the-go” and this is exactly what Clustertruck wants to be. The idea for this game is simple: you start on the back of a transport truck in first-person…

Mulaka

Another Game that Suffers from “Am I Close to the End Yet?” Syndrome A game with collectables, cultural storytelling, action, adventure and puzzles. All of these elements would naturally make for an amazing game. Some would even say it sounds like a Zelda-esque type experience. Unfortunately for Mulaka, developed by indie studio Lienzo, the fun…