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Hippocampal: The White Sofa

Developer Freegamer has created a very strange and surreal walk through the mind of a vacationing astronaut called Hippocampal: The White Sofa. We were just minding our own business floating in space when some rude aliens decided to knock us back down to earth. From there it’s up to us to explore and recover our […]

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With FRACT OSC, Phosfiend Systems has created an absolutely stunning world full of music, ambiance and beautiful abstract attractions to explore. We’ll be dropped into what appears to be a dead city of sound and set loose to discover and repair our surroundings bit by bit. It’s very rewarding and without a doubt one of […]

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RefleX by developer SITER SKAIN is a popular Japanese shmup from a while back that has just gotten released on Steam. The big hook to RefleX is that your ship is equipped with a reflector shield which can bounce back blue lasers and bullets. It sounds like a simple feature but it does a lot […]

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Goat Simulator

Coffee Stain Studios has done their very best to create a game that accurately represents a day in the life of a goat with their joke-turned-serious-joke game Goat Simulator. I must admit I had fairly low expectations but after a few moments I realized this is the kind of irreverent, physics-oriented thing I love to […]

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Coin Crypt (Beta)

You’ll have to forgive how long it’s taken for me to finally get to playing Coin Crypt by Dumb and Fat Games, but I’ve finally gotten around to it and I’m very pleasantly surprised! Imagine a procedurally generated dungeon crawl where the nearly the only items you pick up double as your weapons, healing items […]

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10 Second Ninja

Today we’re going to run as fast as we can to destroy Nazi robots in 10 Second Ninja by GameDesignDan. Go for your best time while smashing all the enemies and avoiding traps. Better times equal more stars and more stars open up more levels. Beyond just challenging yourself you can also compete with friends […]

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I’m very excited to be able to show you NaissanceE by developer LimasseFive. NaissanceE is a very surreal and beautiful first-person exploration and in a minor sense (puzzle/platformer). I’m not sure I’ve really ever seen something like this before and it reminds me a bit of a more naturalistic Antichamber with a greater sense of […]

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99 Levels to Hell

After nearly 2 years and 600+ episodes of Indie Impressions we’re finally revisiting Bo Blond’s game 99 Levels to Hell. What’s the occasion you might be wondering? The game was Greenlit and is finally on Steam! 99 Levels to Hell for those who are new to it is an action/platformer rogue-like that plays a bit […]

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Next Car Game (Pre-Alpha)

Today we’ll get a good look at the upcoming soft-body physics modeled racing game by Bugbear Entertainment. We will smash many a car in this look at a variety of the activities you can engage in in the early-access version of the game. My opinions are largely very positive on this one and I definitely […]

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Octodad: Dadliest Catch

The sequel to Octodad is finally here! Octodad Dadliest Catch by developer Young Horses puts us back in the wacky world of an octopus who must convince the world he’s a human and do right by his human family. We’ll flail our physics-powered tentacles and do our best not to break too much stuff, but […]

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