From maps and rabbits to violent, carefree worms.
Get into the summer mood with some show floor demos.
This is just what 2020 needs.
Tune in to see some demos of upcoming indie games.
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Backers can have a little demo, as a treat.
We're chatting with devs and picking up some contracts.
Don't expect a return to Possum Springs.
With over 740 games and a week left on sale, the bundle is far from losing steam.
The three day event has been pushed back, but there will be a new stream on Sunday.
Tune into the Guerrilla Collective for more information.
With Double Fine now part of Xbox Game Studios, Boneloaf will carry on Gang Beasts itself.
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The indie expo returns as a digital showcase.
Every game from today's soul-cleansing not-Nintendo Direct.
The indies will get their spotlight this summer, too.
Slow down and take a picture.
By only taking royalties on titles that earn over $1 million, Unreal could expand its base of indies.
Abs vs The Blood Queen is set to take Killer Queen from ten players down to one.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Ratings board seems to be less responsive to complaints from people who know what they're talking about.
After a Steam sale in May, the traveling showcase is "going away for now."
The digital event is teasing more platforms to come.
It's sort of like a bunch of tiny Nintendo Indie World videos all released at once.
Super Mario 3D World, Galaxy, Sunshine, and 64 are getting everyone's attention.
Dan Golding's goose-y Debussy interpretations have been released by a real classical music label.
Life, death, and mise en scene.
With panels on careers advice, how to get into games journalism, and more.
No one can stop the honk.
From a winemaking sim to a kickball brawler, there's lots to play right now.
The studio behind No Man's Sky has a new game, and it's coming to most platforms.
It's not a Direct, but c'mon, you want to hear about these games too.
Night School Studio's Oxenfree follow-up has a release date for Switch, and it's very soon.
This quaint love story is finding a few new homes.
It's 2002 all over again.
The Switch backend seems to be leaving some folks in the dark.
Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition will also release in its entirety across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
He's also got a new original VN in the works.
The indie publisher is offering an out for those who want it.
You'll have to wait a teensy bit longer this spring to play the new Ori.
Hope you're ready to get lost in some ruins, and then smushed.
Ben Judd is stepping back from the publisher he helped found, as well as his "other industry endeavors."
Tom Happ's been working on a follow-up to his Metroidvania for 4 years.
The Switch gets one last shot of indie news for 2019.
Takedown notices going out to small-scale devs on Itch.io.
Allegations against Dangen Entertainment and its CEO are coming to light after a falling out between the company and some of its dev partners.
"We want to be honest about what happened."
The developers of Guildlings and Threes say the model is fixing the player-dev relationship.
Is Wattam a strand game? Maybe Takahashi or Kojima will tell us one day.
It'll debut on PS4 and PC a little over five years after it was announced.
Welcome to the Hotel Barcelona.
The mind-warping puzzler is finally finished.
Solve space mysteries and try not to wake the space fish.
Sources allege that Nicalis routinely stonewalls its prospective and established business partners.
Some iOS 13 beta participants can play games that don't even have official release dates yet.
Madeline's battle with depression and anxiety take on a new meaning in Farewell DLC.
Less than a month 'til goose-ageddon.
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The publisher is supporting its partners in the wake of a harassment campaign.
The anti-Epic vitriol train went to Ooblets this time.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Nintendo sticks to its traditions of focusing on families and pretending its older hardware is still viable.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | It's all about indies this week as small developers have it out with G2A, discuss marketing strategies, fumble through PR gaffs, and move to the Epic Games Store.
Indie devs say Steam's new summer sale contest is hurting their games.
Cyberpunk 2077 and Gears 5 get release dates, Project Scarlett gets details, and Keanu Reeves drops in instead of Shigeru Miyamoto.
Get lost in your feelings in a flooded city this summer.
It also comes with a hand crank for some reason.
Spend your last day in a quaint coffee shop at the edge of mortality.
The Fig-funded space exploration sim won't be coming to Steam right away.
The original Earthworm Jim team is back for a new project.
An easter egg meant to encourage creativity has backfired.
We also get confirmation Bloodstained Switch will launch with a 30 FPS frame rate.
Jason West is working on unknown projects within Epic.
Enter the Gungeon is finally feature complete with its final update.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | EA lays off 350, Sony CEO Kaz Hirai fully retires, and a number of developers reflect on various GDC announcements and events.
Find the first details for Sam Barlow's Telling Lies here.
Microsoft wants to show off its indie catalog.
A showcase bookended with two unique reveals. See all the trailers here.
There are more indies coming to the Switch!
The new home for indies gets a bit bigger this week.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Investors ponder an exclusive Grand Theft Auto, BadLand Publishing is accused of stealing from a disabled toddler, and EA has an up-and-down week with influencers.
All that's missing at this point is a version for your microwave.
During an on-stage talk with Tim Schafer at DICE Summit 2019, Amy Hennig divulged what's been interesting her as of late.
The Switch looks like it will continue being a great place for indie games in 2019.
A deckbuilding, monster slaying, fantasy RPG.
It's not a Direct, but there's sure to be some cool Switch games.
Eastshade is an upcoming painter sim.
And you can pull glass out of your feet too.
Androids like it shaken, not stirred.
We still don't know much about this game, but it sure looks pretty.
Nintendo wants even more indie games on its platform.
Is this the end of C++?
More free games for players who love subscription plans.