While July 2021 is bereft of AAA big hitters, there’s a number of indie games you should keep your eye out for. Here’s 12 of our favourites.
Bringing the maze puzzle books to life, Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective is gorgeous. The Finger Guns Review.
A platformer without a jump button, Super Magbot can be devilishly difficult yet oh so satisfying. The Finger Guns Review.
A chilled out puzzle game about collecting and sorting fossils, Fossil Corner is a delightful timesink. The Finger Guns Review.
Based on the Ian Livingstone Fighting Fantasy Novel, Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room is shaping up to be an enticing FMV game. The Finger Guns Preview.
A dog shelter simulator that looks paw-some, To The Rescue! will appeal to the dog lover in all of us. The Finger Guns Preview.
A rudimentary virtual recreation of a Tin Can Alley game, Strike Daz Cans is cheap in every sense of the word. The Finger Guns review. Cheap – /tʃiːp/ – adjective – low in price, […]
A game that combines creativity, puzzles and a heartfelt narrative, Chicory: A Colorful Tale is a truly excellent game. The Finger Guns Review.
Prime Matter will publish 7 new IP’s as well as some established brands, Koch Media have unveiled during E3’s Summer of Gaming Event.
A roguelike strategy game in which you control the forces of the Devil, Rogue Lords is a promising dark fantasy adventure. The Finger Guns preview.