Indies of 2018

Another year has passed, with its ups and downs. One of the downs was that, due to my mandatory army duty, I couldn’t manage to be as active as I wanted in the scene. However, I realised I managed to play more games of 2018 than I first thought I did. Also, thanks to Mary, there are several Zozoulindies of 2018 releases as well. So, without further ado, let’s get this party started!


Halloween Indies

Halloween is upon us once again. Skeletons are roaming the streets for candy and trickery in the countries that this is a thing, while the rest of the world does its own version, be it going to a costume party dressed as a vampire or sitting alone in your home with a glass of red wine playing creepy video games.

Indies of 2017

The year passed and it left behind a lot of good games to check out. I wanted to get this out earlier, but duty called and I hadn’t had time, until now. The way things go is simple. I will mention games I’ve played and recommend from this year, along with games I’ve noticed but haven’t managed to play yet. So, without further ado, these are some of the most noteworthy Indie Games of 2017!

IGT: Why I love Darkest Dungeon’s grind

Hey all! This is the first post in a new category called Indie Gamers Talk. Here will be featured thoughts from you, the readers, about specific indie games or about indie games in general. In this first post, we have Babis Papadimitriou, who wanted to talk about his experience with Darkest Dungeon’s grind system and why he considers it superior to other RPGs out there.