Jumping from one truck doesn't sound like a recipe for comedy, but 'Clustertruck' manages to be a smart, interesting platformer that'll have you laughing the whole time, too.
When I last met the makers of this great little game, they were 70 percent happy with it. On the eve of its release, are they 100 percent satisfied?
Massive, colourful open worlds stretch out before you, showing that while this is indebted to the past, it's a very modern gaming experience.
How Indie Games ‘The Company of Myself’ and ‘Fixation’ Promote Seeking Professional Help for Mental Health
We speak to developer Eli Piilonen about using games to show people struggling with mental health that they're not alone.
The Chinese Room founders Jessica Curry and Dan Pinchbeck look back, a year later, at what their multi-award-winning game taught them for the future.
There's a teaser trailer for a sequel to 'The Fall', and it's a fantastic opportunity to catch a game you probably missed.
The stylish sci-fi game is scratching a metroidvania itch that I never knew I had.
Giant Squid's diving simulator does little that's truly original, but its art and music combine for the most wonderful escape from reality.
Lost Soul Aside is a slick hack-and-slash game that mixes Final Fantasy looks with Devil May Cry action – and it's all the work of one guy.
The Funomena co-founder and Journey producer explains how traditional labelling is out-dated, and why we need to highlight genuine innovation.
Microsoft's peripheral that nobody asked for is as good as dead – just in time for its killer app to emerge.
PS Plus gets criticised for a lack of triple-A games, but those complaining are missing the point. It's best seen as a home for indie gems like this one.