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February 13, 2015 | Alex Schwartz
Venturing into the highly popular mobile gaming realm with Hidden Variable Studios, our newest focus in our Indie Spotlight Series
December 17, 2014 | Alex Schwartz
Exploring the final frontier with colorful explosions is the great game, Reassembly, created by Anisoptera Games. We had a chance to chat with Arthur, the developer behind the game alongside featuring the game in our Indie Highlight series!
November 11, 2014 | Alex Schwartz
Continuing our Indie Spotlight is another company from IndieCade 2014, Shield Break Studios, the company behind Bierzerkers, a new age brawler set in the Viking afterlife where they drink and fight to their heart's content. We had a chance to chat with Vince Fennel, co-founder and developer.
October 23, 2014 | Alex Schwartz
Continuing our Indie Spotlight series is our first developer from IndieCade 2014 Over The Moon, creators of the puzzle adventure game The Fall. We sat down with John Warner to learn more about the company, the game, and his take on the Indie industry.
August 19, 2014 | Alex Schwartz
A small Indie studio focused on games with no linear objectives, no missions, and no direction, Endnight Games, creators of The Forest, a survival game, takes a moment from their schedule to talk about their game and company for our third episode of the Indie Spotlight.
August 2, 2014 | Alex Schwartz
New to the Indie Realm but already making a splash with unique puzzle-based gameplay mechanics, blending 2D and 3D elements, and producing a cinematic AAA experience at an Indie price. Get this and more with our Indie Spotlight on Compulsion Games with Sam Abbott
July 1, 2014 | Alex Schwartz
Kicking off our Indie Spotlight series were we take a look at up and coming indie development groups across the realms of gaming and get to know their design, their heart, and the people behind it. This months is Flying Mollusk, the mastermind behind Nevermind