I got a key for an early look at My Lovely Wife, so here are my first impressions on this interesting title!
Today, we're talking to Yandere Simulator's developer, Yandere Dev about accessibility in games, development, and about his title here. Enjoy!
Today, I'm looking at a paid demo for a game releasing this year that rivals tripple-A titles easily despite only being developed by one person: Bright Memory!
The Slormancer is an upcoming 2D-ARPG by french Indie Studio Slormite Studios. Check out my post for my first impressions of the Early Access!
With the Plague modifying our bodies and our wounds healing, we now have only one goal and one goal only that drives us forward: Revenge. We Are The Plague is quite the interesting title, so we're checking it out today!
The last day of the Steam Game Festival is drawing near, and alas, here are the last few titles on my to-play-list for this event!
Another day passes and yet, there are so many more demos to go through... here's Day 2 of the Steam Game Festival with a new batch of games!
Turn-based combat, chess pieces, and... permadeath?! Check out my post on Pawnbarian to see what that's about!
2020 had plenty of great releases. For starters, we had plenty of games that left Early Access and were well received when their 1.0 arrived this year, like Hades and Risk of Rain 2. There were also completely new releases this year that I really liked, like Milky Way Prince or Lightmatter, and a lot of other titles. 2020... Continue Reading →
A trailer for Endless Dungeon was announced, so naturally I gotta be excited about it! Tune in for why I'm looking forward to this and what we know so far!
Today, we're taking a look at Call of Myth, a Lovecraftian CCG by Kadath studio that is coming out soon! Strap on and don't get driven insane as we try to play our cards right!
One year of blogging and many more to come! Here's some of the biggest changes that Indiecator went through as well as some stats, pictures, and goals! Enjoy!
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 →
Today, I wanted to take another look at some other demos. Just like yesterday, the Steam Game Festival Autumn Edition is still a thing and it's going to be a thing for another few days, so make sure to check out its page for some more information and some cool demos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MB1aUjdpWM Neurodeck Neurodeck is a difficult... Continue Reading →
The Steam Game Festival is here! This time it's the Autumn Edition, so strap on for a bunch of demos that I found intriguing! All in one post! Kind of! As you can see by the title of the post, there is going to be a second part and potentially a third part about the Steam... Continue Reading →
Today, on the Lookout Post, we're taking a look at an up-and-coming game developed by Alter Games and published by Daedalic Entertainment called Partisans 1941. In Partisans 1941, you explore WWII from the side of the Polish partisans - an occupation resistance movement on the Eastern Front. In this game, you discover how the story... Continue Reading →
Mortal Shell is a deep action-RPG that tests your sanity and resilience in a shattered world. Your adversaries spare no mercy, with survival demanding superior awareness, precision, and instincts. Possess lost warriors, track down hidden sanctums of the devout, and face formidable foes. And well,... the Beta/Demo of it arrived not too long ago and... Continue Reading →
I've enjoyed my fair share of shop or tavern keeping simulations from Recettear to Moonlighter to Shoppe Keep 1 & 2, so it was a bit of a no-brainer for me that I'd try out the demo for Traveller's Rest. But what exactly is Traveller's Rest? In Traveller's Rest, you take charge of a rundown... Continue Reading →
Another interesting title that caught my eye during the Steam Game Festival (Summer Edition) was Cicle Interactive's "Automaton", which is planned to be released on August 3rd 2020! It's a Puzzle-Adventure set in a post-apocalyptic desert world where a small little robot ventures out in search for fuel. You explore abandoned bunkers, stations and other... Continue Reading →
By now the Steam Game Festival has already ended, but fear not! There will be more posts about the demos that I played! Alas, this post is about For the People - a game about time management and political choices. We take control of the newly appointed mayor of Iron-1, Francis Rivers, who has to... Continue Reading →
Today, we're interviewing Forrest Downling from The Molasses Flood about their upcoming game, Drake Hollow!
Critters for Sale is… interesting. It's a weird and mesmerizing experience. I don't exactly know what drew me to it when I saw it on the demo page but without really knowing anything about it, I installed it and started it up only to find myself in some surreal ride full of events that I'm... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
I used to be a waiter, as I previously mentioned a couple of times, and, well,… I wasn't all that great at it. I wasn't the fastest but I cared about my guests. Sometimes I wished I could have hit "space" and restarted, only to add some extra servos, wheels and hinges… maybe some blocks... Continue Reading →