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.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Also, the things studios of all sizes do to survive, and what happens when that's not enough.
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.
The Switch indie train just keeps on going.
STREAM | We play the indie darling from the creators of FTL at 2pm ET/11am PT.
Here's a look at the multiplayer mode for Stardew Valley.
Hiroaki Yura says the information should have remained private, says he didn't scam backers. "[I]f I wanted to scam [backers], I wouldn't be here. It's very easy for me to disappear."
The producers of collectible physical releases will begin releasing Switch games.
Described as a mystery in the style of "Raymond Chandler or Conan Doyle."
Acid Wizard Studio also wants to help players who can't afford the game.
A response equivalent to a shrug emoji mixed with a winking emoji.
Fig's Finishing Fund offers $500,000 to help with Steam Direct submissions and marketing.
A look at the game that everyone has been talking about over the holidays.
Yacht Club's blue crusader will make an appearance in the spiritual successor to Rare's 3D platformers.
After the project was killed, it has come back from the dead.
If you want to promote your game in Minecraft, you better talk to Microsoft.
Four Sided Fantasy is a game in which manipulating the camera is just as important to navigation as moving your character.
The engine developer is offering its latest creation for only $19 a month.
Like Magic: The Gathering but wish it had more of the indie scene's friendly faces? Read on...
Square Enix was serious about turning towards crowd-funding and the Collective is their first effort.
Crunching Koalas looks back on a successful Greenlight drive for the upcoming MouseCraft.
Speaking at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' annual games lecture, Quantic Dream's David Cage outlined his vision for the future of interactive storytelling, and how indie games are the medium's "new Hollywood."
Indie developers love GOG.com, and getting their games noticed just got a whole lot easier.
A rather charming-looking 32-player cooperative action war game just hit a major milestone in its development.
Polaris is here to remind us that not even the stars can make sucky dates better (and that first-person games need not have guns.)
"You can eliminate starvation or you can double it, you can empty the treasury or fill it with gold and rub it all over your body?"
Gun Monkeys, a "procedurally-generated multiplayer monkey deathmatch shooter" from British developer Size Five Games, is coming to Steam.