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9 Score

Revulsion – an Indie Game Review

Revulsion is the missing link between old school classic first person shooters and modern day first person shooters. Imagine if the classic fps had evolved in a direction other than a story based experience, to being something much more brutal, with more advanced gameplay mechanics.
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8.5 Score

Subsurface Circular – an Indie Game Review

If you enjoy more relaxed, cerebral, games, especially science fiction, or try and work out the identity of the murderer of a whodunit before Poirot does the reveal, you'll definitely enjoy this game.
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8 Score

observer_ – Hallucinations and Holograms [Review]

What would you do if your fears were hacked? >observer_ is a cyberpunk horror game from the creators of Layers of Fear. Play as an Observer, the new front line of neural police, as you hack into the jagged minds of the insane.
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9 Score

Ebony Spire: Heresy – An Indie Game Review

If you have a little spare time and feel like a little bit of classic grid-based RPG, but without all that D&D faffing about, Ebony Spire might just be something you could enjoy blasting through
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8.5 Score

Bendy and the Ink Machine – Horror, indie style [Review]

You arrive after 30 years of not speaking to each other... From the state of the place, it seems that whatever Joey's been up to, it's affected his mind. He may no longer be the master of his own creations...
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7.5 Score

Hue – a game about colour diversity [Review]

A vibrant puzzle-adventure letting you wield the power of colour, letting you change the flow of a bleak mysterious land.
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6.5 Score

Hiveswap – Are we home, or are we stuck? [Review]

Hussie stated that his magnum opus was still in the works. Is this it, or will he forever live in the shadow of Homestuck?
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6 Score

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles – [Review]

What could have been an appealing quasi alternative to Breath of The Wild, Yonder as shown itself to be a shallow grind fest with pretty wrapping.
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5 Score

The Little Ball That Could – Indie game review

The classic marble platformer's latest contender, a great entrance, plenty of flair, but misses a few key points of the 'Theory of fun'.
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One Strike indie game – first look and developer interview

One Strike is a 2d fighting game with fast and furious gameplay, memorable characters, and an 8-bit retro aesthetic!
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