‘Art Sqool’ Is a Game About Following Your Passion in an Exploitative World
Wait, shit, is this a scam?
Can a Video Game Make You Belatedly Appreciate Brutalism?
'Fugue In Void' is a hard-edged game about Brutalism and inescapable architectural detail.
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The Small Town Story of 'Night in the Woods' Is Even Better on a Big Screen
Infinite Fall’s examination of small-town modern life looks and plays even better on a big screen.
This Planet Wants You To Improve It, but It Won't Like Anything You Do
Will 'This Little Planet' ever be perfect? It's a hard ask.
'Gorogoa' Doesn't Explain Itself, but That Doesn't Stop It from Being Great
We need more games that expand our horizons, and this little indie puzzle game accomplishes that.
‘The Zium Museum’ is an Art Gallery You Can Download
Take that lunch hour museum visit you keep pretending you’re going to do.
Make Your Own Pearler Without Spilling 4 Million Beads Everywhere
Even if it’s a little ugly, it’ll still end up on the fridge because YOU made it, and that’s what matters.
This Dreamlike Game Feels Like Playing an Art Film
'watering a flower' skewered my expectations around what I think a short, dreamlike game can do.
Here It Is, the Addicting Vaporwave Bottle Flipping Game We’ve Always Wanted
Say goodbye to your afternoon.
‘Ernő & Rubï’ Experiments with Rubik’s Cube–Like Storytelling
All solutions are correct in Mike Mezhenin’s Ludum Dare 37 game.
'Fragments of Him' Is an Affecting Interactive Reflection on Loss
It doesn't matter how great a gamer you are, you can't undo the sadness that runs through this unique indie experience.
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‘The Witness’ Is 2016’s First Absolutely Essential Video Game
Jonathan Blow's comeback is a magical achievement that has little to do with video gaming precedent.