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  • Even The Ocean: Demo First Impressions
    Even The Ocean: Demo First Impressions

    Sean Hogan & Jon Kittaka, the two man team that created Anodyne are working hard on their next indie game title: Even The Ocean. The game is comprised of two different games: "Even" and "The Ocean". Both of the games are similar thematically and mechanically, but "Even" will be more story oriented while "The Ocean" will be a more traditional adventure/platformer game. We were able to get our hands on the early demo of "The Ocean" portion of the game, and while it was short, we had a great time trying it out.

  • Wasteland 2 Update - Welcome to the Prison
    Wasteland 2 Update - Welcome to the Prison

    Wasteland 2 received a major Early Access update today featuring a new prison map, new icon based inventory, character sheet, skill screen, significant combat system overhaul and well over 2,000 other fixes and tweaks. Also, the Mac version is now available!

  • Game Discovery System
    Game Walkers Game Discovery System

    Have you ever had a craving for a very specific type of game, spent hours looking for it, and come up with nothing? We all have done this. You end up searching on Google for "games like X", but you're still not able to find exactly what you're looking for.

  • Insert Money Here #3
    Insert Money Here #3

    Insert Money Here #3 - Half Arse Edition. I'm only featuring five games this week. Five amazing games! Check them out and consider backing them if you think they look as fantastic as I do!

  • Greenlight #13
    Greenlight #13 - 15 More Games Greenlit Today - 8/8/13

    Today is an exciting day for Indie gamers and Indie developers! Steam has greenlit 15 new game titles today, which is less than 3 weeks from the last batch.

  • Insert Money Here #2
    Insert Money Here #2 - Helping Indie Developers Get Exposure

    Here is our second Insert Money Here article featuring some fantastic Indie games that need your help! I'd like to thank everyone that shared the Indie games that they're excited about. I'm sorry that I couldn't add them all!

  • Insert Money Here #1
    Insert Money Here #1 - Helping Indie Developers Get Exposure

    Insert Money Here is a new Game Walkers weekly column trying to help expose some of the great indie game developers that are trying to raise money. Unless you check Kickstarter, Indiegogo and other similar sites often, it's pretty easy to miss some of these amazing games.

  • Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Review
    Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale Review

    Recettear is an item shop simulation game developed by the Japanese game development company EasyGameStation and features the popular Japanese Anime art style.

  • Greenlight #12
    Greenlight #12 - 14 More Games Greenlit Today - 7/24/13

    Steam greenlit 16 projects today, including 14 game titles and 2 software titles. It's a very good day for indie game developers!

  • Rogue Legacy Review
    Rogue Legacy Review

    It has been called a Rogue-LITE by its developers because of its incredible difficulty and expectation that you will die. A lot. But because you've got an endless lineage of unsuspecting heirs to take up your quest death might not be such a bad thing after all.

  • Anna: Extended Edition Review
    Anna Review

    Lurking in the shadow of a beautiful and desolate Italian mountainside, a nightmare is waiting to be remembered. The seeming serenity of the countryside gives no indication of the horrors and bloody recollections that lie within the familiar sawmill that stands before you. Get ready to uncover the past and relinquish all ties with your innocence and your sanity. Anna waits for no one...

  • Resonance Review
    Resonance Review

    Resonance is a point-and-click adventure in which four characters must rely on their wits and on one another in order to unravel a sinister political conspiracy.

  • Antichamber Review
    Antichamber Review

    Antichamber is a first-person puzzle game full of illogical paths between rooms and hallways that makes you feel like you're trapped in an M. C. Escher painting.

  • Kairo Review
    Kairo Review Released

    Kairo is a first-person puzzle game set in a minimalist landscape. The player journeys through the ruins of a civilization long departed, discovering artifacts and clues about the disappearance of its inhabitants along the way. I was really looking forward to this game—it's premise tantalized my inner Indiana Jones.

  • Surgeon Simulator 2013 Review
    Surgeon Simulator 2013 Review Released

    As someone who enjoys a bit of blood and gore from time to time I was very excited to play this game. While difficult to control or even really understand what the hell you're supposed to do at first for that matter, it was fun.

  • Cthulhu Saves the World Review
    Cthulhu Saves the World Review Released

    There is nothing more beautiful, nothing as miraculous or inspiring than human beings weaving pieces of their hearts and souls into a captivating symphony of programming prowess, literary eulogy and comic relief.

  • Bean's Quest Review
    Beans Quest Game Review Released

    Bean's Quest is a retro 16-bit puzzle-oriented physics based platformer. It is a fun romp which manages to steer away from the danger of feeling like a Super Mario Brothers clone, though it does have a few minor things in common with the franchise.

  • Shadow Depths Review
    Shadow Depths Game Review Released

    I came across Shadow Depths while browsing Desura and decided to give it a try. The comments were mainly positive and the trailer hinted at old-school run-jump-avoid gameplay which was exactly what I was in the mood for.

  • Organ Trail Review
    Organ Trail Game Review Released

    Organ Trail is a remake of the popular 1980's game, Oregon Trail. Instead of early 19th century pioneers traveling across the continent in pursuit of land and new opportunities, players try to survive the journey to “Safe Haven” amidst a zombie apocalypse.

  • Evoland Game Review
    Evoland Game Review Released

    Evoland is an enjoyable and creative game that takes the player on a “Brief History of the Universe”, the universe that is gaming.