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Look What We Found: The Moon Sliver

I’ve never formalized it, but I’ve told several developers that I think smaller–yet still fulfilling–games are an untapped market. There are many arguments about the price of games on Steam and entertainment value, and there are even more conversations that happen about the price of app for iOS and Android …

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Is itch.io Right For You?

Is itch.io Right For You? 

There’s burgeoning service gaining popularity with independent developers, allowing them to post their games sans approval and set the prices at will. But it seems too much of the conversation centers around the question, “What is it?!”
We’re here to answer your questions about new digital sales platform, itch.io. And more …

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Wagons and Dragons: Why You Should Be Playing Super Amazing Wagon Adventure

Wagons and Dragons: Why You Should Be Playing Super Amazing Wagon Adventure 

The Xbox Live Indie Marketplace is what it would look like if art galleries took submissions right off the streets. You end up with a lot of things not worth seeing. But, the advantage to that chaotic mess of entry-level work is the occasional gem that manages to surprise you. It’s been …

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Attack of the Zombie Horde: Couch Co-Op at its Finest

Attack of the Zombie Horde: Couch Co-Op at its Finest 

I started gaming with my sisters; we sat around our Sega Genesis and played single player games as though they were co-op. We’ve all matured and grown as gamers, but I still love playing with someone to achieve a common goal. Now I live in a house with between 3 …

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Indie Game Mixtape 1: Fuck The Police Mix

Indie Game Mixtape 1: Fuck The Police Mix 

Recently, I posted a sort of call to action for people to start making and sharing collections of some of their favorite indie games. Below is my Fuck The Police mix, since I thought I’d start out nice and easy. All of these are browser-based, so you can just click on the …

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