We’re nearing the end of the two weeks of daily Humble Bundles; so far we’ve had a couple bundles that were repeats, with most of the bundles being smaller bundles of indie games. Today’s update consists of three RPGs, two that are a bit more in-depth and one that’s a shorter rogue-like game that can be played in approximate 10-minute intervals. Here’s the quick summary: Paper Sorcerer (74%, 11/2013): a first-person turn-based RPG similar to the old Wizardry and Might and Magic games, this is a true retro RPG that began life as a Kickstarter. The graphics are black-and-white (think pages in a book), which is part of the story line. If you like old-school RPGs, there’s plenty of that here. Legend of Grimock (82%, 04/2012)...

Humble Daily #9: Aerial Maneuvers

Rolling on to day number nine in the two weeks of daily bundles, today there are three more games available for your donation, all with a focus on aerial...

4 by Jarred Walton on 5/21/2014

Humble Day 7 of 14 Plus Gaming Bundle Roundup

Three games are currently up for grabs with the daily update from Humble Bundle, and the emphasis this time is on fighting games. Unfortunately, finding reputable reviews for the...

8 by Jarred Walton on 5/19/2014

Humble Daily #6: Hammerwatch

It’s the weekend, so I didn’t expect too much excitement from the Daily Humble Bundles going on. Today’s bundle gives you a single game, along with some artwork. The...

1 by Jarred Walton on 5/18/2014

Humble Daily #4: Indie 8 Re-Bundled

Returning to their roots with day four of their 14 days of bundles, Humble has decided to give people a second chance at a collection of up to eleven...

7 by Jarred Walton on 5/16/2014

14 Days of Humble Bundles #3: Banner Saga

The next update to Humble’s 14 Days of Bundles brings us RPG mixed with tactical combat, all wrapped up in a crunchy Viking shell. This is a bit of...

2 by Jarred Walton on 5/15/2014

Gaming Bundles Weekly Roundup: Humble, Indie, etc.

I’m going to make a change with my coverage of gaming bundles; rather than focusing mostly on Humble Bundle, I’ll try to gather together a short overview of the...

18 by Jarred Walton on 2/21/2014

Humble Weekly Update: Endless Random Dungeons and Audiobooks

With the craziness and germ cultivation experiment known as CES now behind us, we can return to our regularly scheduled updates. For me, that means a quick look at...

17 by Jarred Walton on 1/25/2014

Humble Jumbo Bundle, Dying Orcs, Bundle Stars, and More!

I'm late on this one, as I was traveling last week, but the current Humble Jumbo Bundle definitely deserves your attention. I actually bought this bundle while I was...

11 by Jarred Walton on 12/11/2013

Humble Indie Bundle 4 Available

The Humble Indie Bundle team today launched the pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle 4 just in time for the holidays - the bundle included WIndows, OS X, and Linux versions...

14 by Andrew Cunningham on 12/13/2011

LIMBO Sells a Million Copies, Due Out on Mac This Year

LIMBO, the haunting indie platformer that netted a slew of awards for its minimalist design, has sold over a million copies, announced the developer Playdead. The success has allowed...

10 by Craig Getting on 11/11/2011

Free Platformer Stealth Bastard Now Available

Curve Studios, the indie developer behind Fluidity and the newly-on-PC action-platformer Explodemon, have just released their retro stealth game Stealth Bastard for free. Described as a mashup between Metal Gear...

20 by Craig Getting on 11/5/2011

Indie Royale Offers Yet Another Bundle of Indie Games

Pay-what-you-can indie game bundles are all the rage these days. By joining together, indie game developers can help to raise the profile of their titles and encourage customers to...

3 by Craig Getting on 10/27/2011

The 2012 IGF Pirate Kart: Over 300 Free Games from 100 Indie Devs

Submissions are in for the 2012 Independent Games Festival, and one entry in particular already stands out: the 2012 IGF Pirate Kart. For the Pirate Kart, over 100 developers...

1 by Craig Getting on 10/19/2011

Indie Platformer VVVVVV to Appear on Nintendo 3DS

Terry Cavanagh’s gravity-bending platformer VVVVVV will be coming to Nintendo’s 3D handheld, thanks to a recent publishing deal with Nicalis. VVVVVV was released last September and quickly garnered attention...

9 by Craig Getting on 10/7/2011

New Indie Game Storefront 'Indievania' Now In Beta

The team from Alientrap, the independent game developer responsible for Capsized and Nexuiz, decided that indies needed a better way to sell their games. So they created Indievania, a...

2 by Craig Getting on 9/30/2011

Game Review: Hard Reset

The PC-exclusive shooter Hard Reset is uncompromising in its old-school ways. There is no cover. Enemies bum rush you in disorganized hordes. Glowing green health packs and red and...

7 by Craig Getting on 9/20/2011

Demo for Indie PC Shooter Hard Reset Now Available

Dust off your old-school shooter skills: a demo for the indie cyberpunk FPS Hard Reset is now on Steam. Hard Reset comes from Flying Wild Hog, a Polish developer made...

7 by Craig Getting on 9/9/2011

Minecraft Now Available for Sony's Xperia Play

The first exclusive for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play has arrived. Indie gaming sensation Minecraft, from Mojang, hit the Android Market today in the form of Minecraft: Pocket Edition...

6 by Craig Getting on 8/16/2011

Indie Space-Shooter Space Pirates and Zombies Now On Steam

Top-down shooting, upgradeable fleets, a galaxy-wide zombie infestation: MinMax Games’ Space Pirates and Zombies (officially abbreviated S.P.A.Z.) has it all for just $15. Released yesterday on Steam, S.P.A.Z. is...

0 by Craig Getting on 8/16/2011

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