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

Kickstarter Highlight: Gross Gourmet Food with Gobblin’ Goblins

Fancy a slice of mud pie? Or maybe you’d like some zingy Wasp cake? Well, you’d be in good company with the crew from Toon Hammer and their family-friendly strategy card game Gobblin’ Goblins. The game still has many days to go over on Kickstarter and the creators are looking to raise £5,500. The game is fully designed and ready to go but just needs a … Continue reading Kickstarter Highlight: Gross Gourmet Food with Gobblin’ Goblins

Kickstarter Highlight: Girls Make Games Project Launches Limbo-inspired Game Campaign

A group of middle school girls from San Francisco have just launched a Kickstarter campaign for their game Find Me. It is a 2D puzzle platformer in which the player must guide a lost shadow through a city to be reunited with her human girl. The only things which stand in your way are a series of puzzles and your only enemies are dangerous street lights … Continue reading Kickstarter Highlight: Girls Make Games Project Launches Limbo-inspired Game Campaign

Kickstarter Success for Thea Sequel

It was announced today that Thea 2: The Shattering was successful in its Kickstarter campaign. MuHa Games, who is based in both the UK and in Poland, jumped onto Twitter with the good news that the campaign received above and beyond the £40,000 the team originally sought. There is currently no information regarding a release date but given that the team had a demo rig of Thea … Continue reading Kickstarter Success for Thea Sequel

Take a Tour Around Your Favourite Indie Studios with Gameumentary

Sometimes when browsing around Kickstarter and social media channels, you happen across someone talking about something new and innovative that instantly grabs your attention. This is what happened to me when I came across Gameumentary. While it is odd for a video game journalist to be writing about another video game journalist, I can’t help but see the uniqueness in what the folks at Gameumentary are … Continue reading Take a Tour Around Your Favourite Indie Studios with Gameumentary