Of all the influences that gaming has had on the outside world, “levelling up” might be the greatest. Whether you’re accumulating Twitter followers, F(...)

Tower of Guns… can a game live up to that title? The short answer is… almost. This is a very simple, 16-bit first-person shooter that starts with a b(...)

Eric Risser and Neal O’Gorman: “We want  artists focusing the majority of their time on being creative and leave our technology to work on the more mundane tasks – such as creating seamlessly tiling textures [realistic surfaces]”

Artomatix – run by Kildare-born Neal O’Gorman and American Eric Risser – had its first birthday at the end of March. Its first 12 months comprised (...)

If we lived in a fairer world, Borderlands would be bigger than Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto; millions of fans would cram into game shops at mid(...)

Oakside Park sounds like a nice place to live. It has lots of space, it’s grandiose house is for sale at the moment, and there are few noisy neighbo(...)

One of the biggest challenges facing indie developers is repetition. Many devs grew up on 2D side-scrolling games, platformers and racers, which is wh(...)

What a wonderful world we live in when games like this are free. No ads, no micro-transactions and no requests to invite friends via social network. (...)

A fart is a major plot point in Shiftlings, a clever and zany puzzle platformer. You play a pair of unlucky aliens tethered together in spacesuits,(...)

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Strap in, Private! Brace yourself for a futuristic war game where your threats are alien bugs, friendly fire, and some poor game design decisions. To(...)