A lot of fans of Mad Max have been craving a sort of desert-convoy, combat-racer. We don’t get games like that very often, heck we don’t get games like that at all. I can’t think of a game where you have to haul precious cargo around to reach a specific destination while fighting off road bandits. Well, at least now I can think of one game. Continue reading
A new multiplayer nautical combat game is aimed to go into development called Blackwake. The game is very similar to the naval combat from Assassin’s Creed or Pirates of the Burning Sea. The game sports ship damage, melee combat and projectile-based shootouts during the time when hunting booty was actually profitable. Continue reading
One of the new games that has arrived on Kickstarter is called Gliese. I’ve written about the game before, describing it as a mix of Borderlands and Half-Life with a side-order of Shadow of the Colossus. The game has recently made its way onto Kickstarter with a pretty lofty financial goal from an untested developer. Continue reading
Now here’s an interesting game. A 5-vs-1 asymmetric multiplayer horror title from an indie start-up features five senior students vacationing at a cabin in the woods, only to find themselves being hunted by a psychotic killer. The real trick? Players get to don the shoes of the killer as they hunt down other players. Continue reading
Spellbind Studios is nearing the end of their crowd-funding run on Kickstarter. The game has seven days left and the team is currently sitting at $54,632 out of the $70,000 goal. It’s not impossible for the team to hit their crowd-funding target, but it is uphill struggle. On the bright side of fence, the team has also acknowledged that they’ve been approved to appear on Steam’s store. Continue reading
Skyshine Games, the developers behind the upcoming apocalyptic-cyberpunk role-playing game, has announced that development has officially started on the title following a successful Kickstarter campaign where they managed to hit 128% of their funding goal.
Despawn’s Ethereal is a side-scrolling platform game that that actually uses puzzle-platforming mechanics to challenge players a little like Vvvvvv and the ghost stages from old Mario titles. Continue reading
A new 2D action game is on the way that briskly swipes inspiration from the likes of Borderlands, Half-Life and the PlayStation 2 classic, Shadow of the Colossus. The game comes from a new indie startup called TimeMachine. The game itself will be a side-scrolling action title with plenty of guns, giants and thrills to hopefully mark itself as a potentially new franchise worthy of attention. Continue reading