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Metroidvanias are a dime-a-dozen these days, so it's always refreshing to see someone in the industry add a refreshing twist to the genre. Enter Dirty Beast Games, who presented their debut title Feral Frontier at this year's Boston Festival of

At the Boston Festival of Independent Games (BFIG), like a moth to the flame, ESH became intoxicated by a tabletop tragic horror game called Ten Candles.--more--> Calvary Games and Stephen Dewey's Ten Candles: A Roleplaying Game of Tragic Horror

Angry Duck Games brought a Louisiana-styled voodoo essence to its booth, as game designer Michel Grenier enticed onlookers with his skull-faced makeup and shaman priest attire. The makers of the popular Student Bodies board game have dealt up another wicked

Got an itchy trigger finger that you need to train better? How about a quarrel that needs to be settled between friends or employees? Kyle Seeley, the developer behind the AIM-inspired visual novel Emily is Away, has a fun little

Sometimes a hero needs to go all out in a blaze of glory, even when cornered by thousands of enemies. GUNGUNGUN, the debut game from Mystery Egg Games, puts you into such a situation, where the object isn't to survive,

You'd be forgiven if you gazed at Ransacked Studios' latest protagonist and mistook it for a certain famous pink blob. With its circled body and oval feet, one would expect the character of Glitch to start sucking up enemies and

In the realm of walking simulators, there are titles that are destined to have their stories discovered by players. Anamorphine, the debut title from the Montreal-based Artifact 5, hopes to entice gamers with a story filled with beauty, sadness, and

Sometimes things that are in black and white are not as simple as black and white.