Order Up!: Table Manners (Review)

Rae takes a look at Table Manners – a comedy physics dating sim with somewhat frustrating gameplay and extra-needy dates.

LUNA The Shadow Dust (Review)

Rae adventures into the magical world of LUNA The Shadow Dust – a stunningly beautiful adventure full of wonderful details and a soundtrack to die for.

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters (Review)

Rae checks out The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters – a spooky new horror game featuring gorgeous artwork and sound design that will haunt your every move.

Order Up!: Slow down (literally) with Areia

Rae takes a look at Areia: Pathway to Dawn – a stunningly gorgeous puzzle-platformer marred only by its lack of fluid movement and speed.

Order Up!: 5 Upcoming Titles to Watch For

Check out Rae’s most anticipated upcoming titles in the new year – from Boyfriend Dungeon to World of Horror, 2020 has plenty of excitement on the way!

PAX Spotlight: Mutazione

Long ago, a meteor changed the inhabitants forever. Now, 15-year old Kai is going to Mutazione to help her grandfather – but what’s really going on there?

PAX West Spotlight: Wave Break

Rae tries out Wave Break – a gorgeous, chaotically joyful game that’s basically Tony Hawk on boats with bears that can wear tiny hats. Who wouldn’t love it?

PAX West Spotlight: Stela

Empty forests, long-lost ruins, hazy landscapes… Rae ventures into a dying world in Stela – an upcoming cinematic platformer from Skybox Labs.

PAX West Spotlight: Chicory

There are just 4 days left to kickstart this lovely, quirky colour adventure. All the colour has gone missing and it’s up to you to save the day!

PAX West Spotlight: KeyWe

Ever run a post office? Here you go! Play as two tiny kiwis in this adorably chaotic co-op that challenges players to take on all sorts of tasks.

PAX West Spotlight: Shantae and the Seven Sirens

WayForward is back with indie darling Shantae! Tie up your ponytail and get your dance moves ready for the newest game in this classic platforming series.

#loveindies Day 11: Little Briar Rose (Elf Games)

For the second to last day of #loveindies, Rae tries out an award-winning, charming little game featuring a stained glass aesthetic and fairytale theme.

#loveindies Day 10: GRIS (Nomada Studio)

Rae explores GRIS – an interactive art piece that boasts stunning graphics, lovely music, and a smooth, cathartic mechanics.

#loveindies Day 8: Grim Legends The Forsaken Bride (Artifex Mundi)

Rae takes a look at a magical hidden object game from one of her favourite developers. Check out this lovely fairytale-like title!

#loveindies Day 7: Ori and the Blind Forest (Moon Studios)

Rae takes a look at Moon Studios’ award-winning debut title, Ori and the Blind Forest – a beautiful platformer sure to make anyone fall in love.

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