Readers may remember our previous coverage of indie romance roguelike Ambition: A Minuet in Power, and the note that developer Joy Manufacturing Co. was planning a Kickstarter to help fund development. The day has finally come, and the game’s Kickstarter page is now live, along with a tasty new trailer video.
We really enjoyed our time earlier this year with space combat/roguelike game Everspace. Now developer Rockfish Games has announced a major expansion, featuring new content, more story, and and a 4k visual upgrade for Xbox One X owners!
Peanut butter and chocolate. Ice cream and summer evenings. Motorcycles and twisty roads. All great things that go great together. How about Roguelikes and dating sims? That’s exactly what newly founded indie studio Joy Manufacturing Co. aims to accomplish with their debut title Ambition: A Minuet in Power.
I had made it to Sector 2 with seconds to spare, a wave of alien fighters hot on my tail. I’d lost my pursuers in the jump, but with failing life support and a hull damaged in more places than I cared to count, I was in serious need of repairs. A derelict shipwreck promised a chance for the materials I needed to fix my damaged ship, but that’s when a scavenger and two drone fighters ju...[Read More]
Nathaniel Weiss, an ambitious game developer out of Oakland, California, has been tirelessly creating a unique experience with his game Songbringer. This one-man team does everything in the development process, art, music, mechanics, literally everything. Now, he’s getting a little hand with the indie publication and development group, Double Eleven. Double Eleven are the ones responsible fo...[Read More]
Rockers and Rockettes! Do the recent holidays have you down? Are you looking for a co-op game to play with your significant other for Valentine’s Day? Well then, you are in luck because we might just have the game for you and your significant other to jump into. Gamers and alien hunters alike, it is time to jump into the world of Hive Jump.
With Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic, developer Bitfather turns back the clock and delivers a very old-school RPG. If the pixel graphics and 8-bit inspired soundtrack aren’t enough to sell you on that point, they even go so far as to render the game in the 4:3 aspect ratio of old CRT monitors and TV’s, with a plain grey background filling in the rest of the screen.