The Indie Game Report is the result of a bunch of sites coming together under one umbrella. For this last post of the year, I thought I’d highlight the top ten most viewed posts of 2016!
Hi everyone! Welcome to my 50th episode. It’s actually more like my 65th episode, but my prior episodes were on a separate channel from many moons ago. I hope you enjoy this blooper special and stick around for my next 50 episodes. Happy holidays!
There’s a long list of game themes out there, but this one’s pretty unique: poop cubes. Fairway delves deep into the world of wombats and wombat excrement in today’s review of Wombat Rescue.
Fairway gets a lot of games and he’s played a lot more. This very special list of games are the three Kickstartered games of 2016 that have left more than just a fleeting impression.
In episode 49, Cassie checks out a brutal card game called Psychological Warfare from DPH Games. Can you handle the mental anguish well enough to be the best in all traits?
There’s been a lot of “bidding” and “auction games lately. The general idea is that players use some form of currency to outbid your opponents to win a thing and score more points. In a departure from the more traditional bidding game, Fairway picks up Highest Bidder which introduces programmed actions into the bidding framework.
For a crazy cat lady like myself, traveling equals missing my fur babies. But if I could travel to a town full of cats? I think a paradise like that could…ease my loneliness. Come with me as we visit such a place in the game Cat Town by Jog Kung, Meofrom Twoplus Games.
Dan reflects on 2016 and looks to the future.
Fairway’s been anxiously awaiting this moment: the release of Button Shy’s standalone expansion to his favorite wallet game ever: Avignon: Pilgrimage. Join Fairway as he pushes and pulls his way to great religious victory in this preview of Button Shy’s upcoming Kickstarter.
Board and card games cover all sorts of topics. Today, Fairway picks up Treatment: A Psychiatry Card Game. A game that tackles psychological disorders like addiction, depression, anxiety and a host of other disorders. See if this game is just what the doctor ordered.