Indie Spotlight: Thimbleweed Park™


I’m sure this has happened to all of you at one time or another. You know the drill. You visit a new country, get a cryptic note that tells you to meet a mysterious stranger at some inexplicably secluded spot in the middle of nowhere and the next thing you know you are pixelating in the river. You are likely […]

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Indie Spotlight: Monster Monpiece


Anyone fancy a game of cards? Yes! Well put away that boring old deck you got from the dollar store. Today we will play with a far more interesting one. These cards are so picturesque they are practically magic! We are also not going to play some boring game like Poker or Go Fish; today we will battle to see […]

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Spotlight: ModMic 5


Depending on how you view the world, things need to change or adapt to survive. The most obvious contender is the chameleon which changes colours to help it blend into the environment. The mimic octopus can change to make itself appear like various other species in its watery habitat and lastly there is the Antlion which can change an ordinary […]

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Calling All Wannabe Devs – Come Update The Original POSTAL


Late last year (so, like 2 weeks ago) we stunned the world by finally unleashing the source code of the original POSTAL. We really enjoyed seeing all you fine people cracking the code open and discovering the insanity that awaited inside. This event, and the community response to it, reignited a love and passion for the original POSTAL in all […]

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Kunkel Awards for Video Game Journalism


We’ve made it no secret in the past how we feel about the current state of modern game journalism. Things haven’t exactly looked great and there’s been no shortage of problems to discuss for the last few years. But we’ve always stressed that this is just how we feel about the bad examples who dishonor the title of ‘journalist’, and […]

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