Tauronos is a game based upon exploration within a pitch black labyrinth, forcing the player to solve puzzles, avoid danger and more! This title will not only offer a challenge within the game, but will also provide a story for the player to overcome within themselves, breaking away from traditional exploration and adding a depth … Continue reading 16bitnights and the Dark Labyrinth of Tauronos
Do you like being nosey? Do you enjoy eavesdropping on unsuspecting neighbors? Perhaps snitching to the authorities gives you a rush? If you answered 'yes' to any of those questions, Beholder might just be the game you've been waiting for. In Beholder, you fill the shoes of a state-appointed landlord in an unforgiving totalitarian state. Will … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Beholder
As a huge fan of physics-based games, Human Fall Flat immediately caught my notice. I bought it, downloaded it, and then accidentally forgot about it. After hearing news about it coming to consoles in the near future, I figured I'd boot it up and give it a shot. Human Fall Flat is a challenging physics … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Human Fall Flat
After finishing the lengthy Planescape: Torment earlier this week, I felt that I could use a change of pace. I decided to look for a turn-based strategy game and stumbled across an indie title called Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander. The art style was attractive and the game was inexpensive, so I decided to give it a shot. Halcyon 6 truly … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight – Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander
Michael Vansleve, Head of Armitage Games, is no stranger to developing, with 3 games already under his belt ranging from action RPGS, FPS survival to even a comical horror style. Stepping up to creating his first commercial indie game, Bannerman, Michael has taken 2D skill-based combat and meshed it with a 16-bit nod to the Sega Megadrive/Genesis. … Continue reading Armitage Games and it’s 16-bit medieval game, Bannerman!
So, who here has heard of Tokyo RPG Factory.? No One? Well how about Square Enix? There we go. What self-respecting JRPG fan hasn't heard of the juggernaut. The two companies that merged to form this behemoth of a corporation were not only the creators of the JRPG genre back on the NES with Dragon … Continue reading Stiles’ Reviews | I am Setsuna
*This is not a final product of the game, bugs and crashes may happen. Live in Tale, the dynamic combination of Luis Noguira and Carolina Sariva, has offered to allow Super Game Reviews the opportunity to demo A Horde Too Many! We will be one of the first to show audiences gameplay of A Horde Too … Continue reading Beta Testing of A Horde Too Many!
Indie Developing team Rat King from Halle, Germany has been hard at work creating several games within the Mobile Market (iOS devices) and more! Jana Reinhardt and Friedrich Hanisch combine forces to create Rat King, an outlet for them to create unique first-person experiences. Originally meeting back in 2004 while studying multimedia design at the … Continue reading Rat King and their break from the mainstream with Solitude!
Space Toads Mayhem is the current project of Luke Snopkiewicz, a very retro-inspired topdown shooter. Aimed to capture the very essence of the 8-bit/16 bit games we grew to love as kids. Paving the way to becoming a bigger and better sequel of the original Space Toads (a simple web game done in HTML5 - … Continue reading Space Toads and it’s Mayhem in Space
Today we sit down with Das Humankapital, a team of 2 Indie Developers from Austria. Together they created their first hit Atomic Butcher back in 2004, after a coding spree that consisted of 3 days and 3 nights. 10 years later after over 500,000 downloads, they decided to team up again and founded the company Das … Continue reading Das Humankapital and the Atomic Butcher: Homo Metabolicus