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We chat with the independent developers of Storm VR about all things environmental storytelling and virtual reality development.
A tool for independent video game developers, or curious gamers, detailing consumer market trends going into 2017. A fun and informative infographic to help you make those all important independent game development decisions.
Tarsier Studios' Little Nightmares has earned the company its rightful media attention, but behind the exposure, the group have been working on their first ever self-published indie VR title. The PSVR exclusive is set to release this Spring, and situates the player in a strange laboratory, facing an attentive scientist, with your hands locked in a puzzle... Continue Reading →
Last year, we came across Decay of Logos, an RPG drawing on inspirations from European folklore and gaming traditions seen in The Legend of Zelda. This month, we had the pleasure of catching up with development team Amplify Creations, checking in on how the project is coming along. We're incredibly excited about the style and exploration possibilities in Decay of... Continue Reading →
Every now and then a game lands in our inbox that we not only love the look of, but genuinely can't wait to play ourselves. Fort Triumph is a tactical RPG currently in development for a 2017 PC release. While a PS4 port is in the works, it's the PC pre-Alpha build we got to take... Continue Reading →
Fresh off the podium at London's VR Indie Pitch, Polyphonia represents a new kind of VR experience that welcomes any player with any skill set. Coming in first was no surprise for this innovative musical experience, what does come as a surprise however is its lone student developer. The experience places you in an outlandish new world,... Continue Reading →
We have fallen into the habit recently of featuring indie VR titles already out for early access or full releases on Steam. Ashigaru is a game still in its early stages, but it just looks so damn exciting we thought we should share it with you guys so you can keep tabs on it. JaudaLabs is a... Continue Reading →
Unity and Unreal Engine are the go to for many small development teams, and last year yielded some of our greatest games (here's to you Firewatch). It's not necessarily a new phenomenon, but last year saw a host of announcements that top recent AAA titles are using engines developed in-house. Call of Duty has been running on Infinity... Continue Reading →