December 4, 2017

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — Myrne: The Quest

Myrne: The Quest is a first-person action-RPG. It's the follow-up of Song of the Myrne: What Lies Beneath (no need to have played it to fully enjoy this one though).

The Quest is a single player game, following a story, where everything is hand-crafted (no procedural generation, just love^^).

Get back to the world of the Myrne with its silly humor and discover why the night never goes away in this new region... Or don't, you're just here for that magic artifact after all, no way this malediction will have anything to do with your personal quest... Erm... 

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — Pixel Sand

Pixel Sand is a fantasy physics platformer of epic indie proportions. Drawing inspiration from Dan-Ball's Powder Game and other games like Falling Sand, World of Sand, & Powder Toy, we've added to the genre with a familiar player named Vuhrne and a ground breaking story.
Solve engaging puzzles and experiment with hundreds of elements as you explore your way through the world in campaign mode, or join a friend and create a universe together that is entirely your own.

December 3, 2017

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — Paul Pixel - The Awakening

An average guy called Paul Pixel discovers that the part of the city where he lives was put in quarantine. Apparently there has been a zombie outbreak. He needs to get out...

Of course, a short time later he needs to save the whole earth from this zombie apocalypse. 

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — The Last Time

The Last Time combines retro graphics and point-and-click game mechanics with innovative, nonlinear storytelling. 

You play as Jack Glover, a retired police officer, who has withdrawn from society – until a mysterious phone call starts a series of events which forces him back into the real world. 

Now, Jack must overcome some new challenges - his physical frailty, his ignorance of modern technology, and his fear of connecting with people - if he's going to finally conquer his demons. 

December 2, 2017

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — Ittle Dew 2

Ittle and Tippsie crash onto yet another island filled with loot, puzzles and mysterious inhabitants! With the help of a magical map, they set out to steal eight pieces of a raft from increasingly improbable locations including beaches, prairies, an art exhibit and some dude's basement.

Ittle Dew 2 is a charming and humorous 3D Action Adventure game with a focus on exploration and combat. Tackle the game’s dungeons in any order and discover the many secrets of its expansive overworld. With only four main weapons, combat and puzzling is streamlined, yet upgradeable inventory items add RPG-like character progression! 

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — Dungeon Rats

Starting out as a new prisoner at the bottom of the gangs-ruled prison hierarchy, and of the prison itself, you must fight to survive and develop your combat skills, acquiring better weapons and equipment as you go. Recruit allies to your struggle or carry on as a lone wolf, and kill anyone foolish enough to stand in your way.

December 1, 2017

2017 Indie of the Year Awards — The Darkside Detective

Where cultists crawl, where demons dwell, where the occult… occults? *ahem* That's where you’ll find Detective Francis McQueen, the lead investigator of the criminally underfunded Darkside Division. When evil darkens the doorsteps of Twin Lakes City – hell, even when it just loiters around shop fronts or hangs out in shady alleyways – he’s there, ready to investigate the cases that nobody else will. 
He is The Darkside Detective.