Posts tagged indie games
Overwhelm: Review (Switch)

After countless deaths and numerous attempts to clear the vicious hive, the desire to keep exploring until the enemy was defeated refused to stop growing. The excitement you feel with each dive into the deadly landscape is as addicting as it is thrilling. Tense moments coupled with sweaty palms and an increased heart rate, make Overwhelm a punishing, yet incredibly satisfying, experience.

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PAX East Spotlight: Foundation

By far my favorite aspect of PAX East 2019 (my very first) was talking with as many Indie developers as I could about the wonderfully lovely games they’ve been working on. One such game I got to enjoy at PAX was Foundation, a medieval city-builder currently in early access on Steam, developed and published by Polymorph games.

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Boston FIG Fest 2018: A Focus on Passion and Hard Work

About a month ago I was in search of some video game events happening in and around the Boston area. Naturally I turned to the old Google machine to aid in my quest for fun-filled gaming events. Low and behold one of the first results to turn up was FIG Fest 2018 being held on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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Interview with a House Flipper

Recently, there’s been an inexplicable surge in the house flipping business. Ordinary people are paying upwards of $19.99 to get their certificate from developer Empyrean, a relatively new company on the scene. Here at Ombra Gaming, we had the chance to speak with up and coming House Flipper Kristine on her experience in the field.

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