Indie Games Spotlight is Goomba Stomp’s biweekly column where we highlight some of the most exciting new and upcoming indies. After a full month of indie news, previews, and reviews…
KUNAI might not seem revolutionary just by looking at it, but once you pick it up and play it, its metroidvania mastery is immediately clear.
AAA publishers are acquiring indie game studios at record rates. 76 studios have lost their freedom since 2016, and history tells us that is not good news.
A new year means a whole new slate of indies to get excited about over the coming months. Here’s what you should keep an eye on in 2020.
From long-awaited sequels to unexpected crossovers to some surprising shadow drops, there was something for everyone in the latest Indie World showcase.
Long-awaited Twitter darling Garden Story just released its first demo. Here’s what we learned after playing through it twice.
Despite those blurry visuals and stilted gameplay, there’s something endearing about this innocent elephant’s adventure.
‘Kind Words’ succeeds in being one of the increasingly rare online spaces where people can safely relate and be kind to one another.
Vibrant designs and slick 2D animations can’t hide the fact that beneath the polished exterior lies a mediocre game.
After plenty of PAX coverage, I’ve finally got the last of the indies out of the way! There were too many good games to cover this year; hopefully you were…