Fight Your Way to Freedom through the Lost Castle

As we are already through half way through our giant Steam key giveaway we thought that it might be an idea to introduce you to some of the games. First up on our list is a game called Lost Castle. It comes from Chinese developer Hunter Studios and is been published worldwide by Another Indie. It was released last September on Steam and since then … Continue reading Fight Your Way to Freedom through the Lost Castle

It’s a Robot Rebellion in Insane Robots

If you have been around the indie game circuit in the UK for the last couple of years, it would be hard to miss a game called Insane Robots. I’ve seen it myself on two separate occasions at events in London and Birmingham and I’ve always been more than happy to spend time chatting with developers Playniac about recent updates and developments. This game is a quirky strategy game … Continue reading It’s a Robot Rebellion in Insane Robots

Battle your Butts off in Brief Battles

With only a few hours to go, this amusing fighting platform is still looking for backing on Kickstarter. Brief Battles is the first major project by Australian developers Juicy Cupcake and has already been through Steam Greenlight where it quickly gained support from fans. It is scheduled to release in 2018 on Steam and XBox One. The game takes a comical look at underpants. Yep, you … Continue reading Battle your Butts off in Brief Battles

Ukuza to Publish Macrales Studio’s Platformer, Epic Loon

Independent publisher, Ukuza, have recently signed French developers Macrales Studio to publish their quirky retro platformer Epic Loon. The studio, in conjunction with the creators of Astro Boy and Shenmue III, Shibuya Productions, has put together a 4-player couch co-op platformer that brings together some of the greatest cult films of all-time. As you go through the game you will be taken through several familiar films but they don’t look … Continue reading Ukuza to Publish Macrales Studio’s Platformer, Epic Loon

Scrambling Through Dungeons in Skelattack

I recently got the opportunity to sit down and play the demo of an upcoming game called Skelattack. It is an action platform from an American developer called David Stanley and is being published by Uzuka. It is still in development but is scheduled to be released in January 2018 and will be available on PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam and also on XBox One. … Continue reading Scrambling Through Dungeons in Skelattack

National Film & Television School Students to Showcase Their Graduation Games at EGX This Week

The UK’s largest gaming event, EGX, is back this year on September 21st-24th, and as always there will be hundreds of games to peruse and try out. One particularly popular area of the event is Rezzed – where you can find the world’s biggest collection of upcoming indie games. This year, Rezzed will feature over 150 playable games, and here at Projekt Indie we’re taking … Continue reading National Film & Television School Students to Showcase Their Graduation Games at EGX This Week

Bedtime Digital Games Announces Release Date for Dreamy Puzzler, Figment

Excitement is stirring in the land of indie games at the moment as one of the most stunning games to appear on the circuit in recent years finally has a release date! Denmark-based developers Bedtime Digital Games announced yesterday that its latest puzzler, Figment, will be hitting Steam and GOG.com on September 22nd, 2017 and will be available on PC, Mac, and Linux with console releases following. Check out … Continue reading Bedtime Digital Games Announces Release Date for Dreamy Puzzler, Figment

Be the Wizard You’ve Always Wanted to be in Fictorum

Competition in the realm of RPG games is strong, but a new indie game is aiming to make a name for itself with its unique take skill and power progression. Hailing from Seattle, Washington, indie developers Scraping Bottom Games recently released their new action RPG game Fictorum. The game originally surfaced on Kickstarter and was successful in receiving well over its original funding target. It was … Continue reading Be the Wizard You’ve Always Wanted to be in Fictorum

Interview with the Mind Behind Indie Shoot ‘Em Up Let Them Come

Now then, I love anything to do with aliens. Especially when they are large, gross and coming to eat your face off (can you guess one of my favourite films?). So you can imagine my delight when a link to an alien shoot ’em up called Let Them Come, currently listed on Steam, turned up in my mailbox. The game is being made by an indie studio … Continue reading Interview with the Mind Behind Indie Shoot ‘Em Up Let Them Come

Surviving the Red Planet with JCB Pioneer: Mars

When you tell someone that one of the World’s largest manufacturers of construction equipment is working with an indie studio to develop a video game, it isn’t a surprise that people look at you strangely. “Oh, is it a construction site simulator?”, I’ve been asked. Well, not entirely. There is a lot of construction elements to the game but UK-based business JCB are working with … Continue reading Surviving the Red Planet with JCB Pioneer: Mars