Eat your weapons. Carve a way out of the gut. Free her. Avoid combat. Do combat. Whatever it takes. Get out of the Gut.
Indietail – Retreat to Enen
It's 3600 CE. Humanity tries to live in harmony with nature and you as a player embark on a journey for your rite of passage.
Indietail – Tin Can
In space, tech support can't hear you scream - but if you're stuck, you can at least ask the Tin Can discord team for help, apparently.
Indietail – Expedition Zero
After being abandoned in an anomaly zone in Siberia, you need to survive the cold, the scarcity of resources, and whatever is lurking in the shadows over there. Expedition Zero has an interesting premise but does it hold up to it after all?
Indietail – Core Keeper
Being trapped underground sounds horrible but it's actually quite... cosy? And fun? And Core Keeper is amazing. Here's my review!
Indietail – Aquamarine
Stranded on an alien planet, you have to find the means to survive. Step into the role of The Seeker and find out what lead you here and what happened to this planet!
Late to the Party – Dead By Daylight
It's been a while since I last played but I got back into it and am really enjoying it as of late!
The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores – First Impressions
Today, we're checking out the demo for The Bonfire 2, a minimalistic survival-strategy-game that makes the same mistakes as its prequel.
Indietail – Lamentum
For today's review, we're checking out Lamentum, a Lovecraftian Survival Horror game set in the mid-19th century New England!
Indietail – Breathedge
Ever wondered what Subnautica would be like if it was set in Outer Space and if it was less serious? Well,... today's review is about Breathedge, which does basically that!
The Greydwarf Incident in Valheim
"Burn them... Burn them all... for they are killing my skeleton brethren!", I mutter at the fire place. This is the story of the Greydwarf Incident.
Indietail – Yuppie Psycho
Uncertain, unprepared, and massively unqualified, we're trying to rise and shine in Sintracorp's hierarchy. Is the struggle to survive our very first day at work really worth it? Read more in today's review!
I played Phasmophobia for the first time
Phasmophobia is a psychological Horror-Survival game by Kinetic Games... and I dared to try it out. Here's my first impressions!
Looking forward to Lamentum
Lamentum is a pixel-art survival horror game set in New England in the mid-nineteenth century. I played the demo of it and honestly, I really liked the vibes that I got from it. Here's why I enjoyed it so much! Developer: Obscure Tales Publisher: Neon Doctrine (formerly known as Another Indie) Release Date: 2021 Genres:... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Sir, You Are Being Hunted
It's getting colder. It's raining more. The nights are getting a bit longer... Autumn is coming - and with it: Halloween! (Unless you're in the land down under where it's Spring...? That place surely is magical!) Halloween's great! It's the time to bring out my horse mask, watch some trash horror movies and quite potentially play some... Continue Reading →
Looking forward to “Grounded”
If you've seen "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", "The Ant Bully", or "Antz", you might like the following title. In Obsidian Entertainment's "Grounded" you're playing as one of four kids, shrunk to the size of insects and other small critters. You get to roam a lawn, exploring vast grass-steam forests while scavenging and foraging for... Continue Reading →
Looking out for “Starmancer”
Starmancer looked like the closest thing to any of the games that I'm usually enjoying and all the demos I've seen on the Steam Game Festival. It's getting published by Chucklefish which fits most of my favourite games… it's a strategy, base-building simulation game based in Space and you essentially play as a powerful A.I.... Continue Reading →
I’m excited about “Drake Hollow” by The Molasses Flood
It's sadly not part of the Steam Game Festival but Drake Hollow is definitely something to look out for. I'm really excited about the game - and not only due it being made by the dev behind The Flame In The Flood! The Molasses Flood's second game can best be described as a Base-Building Action-Survival-Game. ... Continue Reading →
Looking out for “Occupy Mars: Prologue”
I've always been fascinated by space and games that play in space. Landing on some planet, starting colonies, all that good stuff. Surviving Mars is a great game, Kerbal Space Program is something I wanna be good at, and well,… today's Demo: "Occupy Mars: Prologue" by Pyramid Games is something I want to like… You... Continue Reading →
Indietail – The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands
In today's Indietail, we'll take a look at The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, a somewhat minimalistic title that has an interesting concept to it... but it's very poorly executed. In this game, you're a wanderer from distant lands who settles down and starts chopping some wood. There's some background story to it but I haven't really understood it for... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Forager
In today's review, we're taking a look at Forager, "a 2D open-world game inspired by exploration, farming and crafting games like Terraria, Stardew Valley and Zelda" by HopFrog. Developer: HopFrogPubslisher: HumbleBundleGenres: Survival, Open-World, Adventure, IndieRelease Date: April 18, 2019Reviewed on: PCAvailable on: PC (Windows, Linux), PS4, Nintendo SwitchCopy was purchased. I actually planned on posting... Continue Reading →
Indietail – The Flame In The Flood
For my first review on this Indie Game Blog, I'm presenting you The Flame In The Flood (Trailer/Shop) - one of my favourite games - where the protagonist Scout goes on an adventure with her dog Aesop/Daisy to find the whereabouts of the humans that escaped after the Great Flooding. To do that, they travel... Continue Reading →