Most of the discussion around games and labor focuses on AAA developers. But indie game developers could also benefit from the added stability and workplace protections offered by organizing.
'Paratopic' is an indie horror game that looks like it came out on a corrupted (or maybe possessed) Playstation 1.
'Minit' is a quirky Zelda-like you play in 60-second chunks.
Mech strategy is hard for me to parse, but patient care in a cascading emergency? That makes sense.
'Where the Water Tastes Like Wine' is a very pretty, often lonesome trek across a land of myths and tall tales.
‘Crossing Souls’ has a lot of heart, warmth, and unfortunately, stereotypes.
We need more games that expand our horizons, and this little indie puzzle game accomplishes that.
'A Mortician's Tale' is a game that lets you go behind the curtain of funerals.
'The Fall Part 2' hit a last-minute snag, and suddenly it might release against games like Call of Duty. Oops.
'Roguelight' is brutally simple yet fiendishly clever.