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Indie games have risks and rewards that mainstream, AAA titles can't afford, resulting in innovative, award-winning video games published by small, independently funded teams, such as Gone Home, Shovel Knight, Super Meat Boy. Ken Gagne of Gamebits interviews the indie developers reinventing the gaming industry.

Indie games have risks and rewards that mainstream, AAA titles can't afford, resulting in innovative, award-winning video games published by small, independently funded teams, such as Gone Home, Shovel Knight, Super Meat Boy. Ken Gagne of Gamebits interviews the indie developers reinventing the gaming industry.
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Indie games have risks and rewards that mainstream, AAA titles can't afford, resulting in innovative, award-winning video games published by small, independently funded teams, such as Gone Home, Shovel Knight, Super Meat Boy. Ken Gagne of Gamebits interviews the indie developers reinventing the gaming industry.

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IndieSider #61: CRYPTARK by Alientrap

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A richly strategic shmup

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IndieSider #60: Old Man's Journey by Broken Rules

6/21/2017
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A game about life, loss and hope

Duration:00:29:56

IndieSider #59: Kona by Parabole

4/19/2017
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The frozen reaches of Canada hold deadly mysteries.

Duration:00:29:36

IndieSider #58: Future Unfolding by Spaces of Play

4/5/2017
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There is no tutorial — only the universe.

Duration:00:34:20

IndieSider #57: Open Sorcery by Abigail Corfman

3/22/2017
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Will you gain sentience? Or cleanse the world in fire?

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IndieSider #56: Circles by Jeroen Wimmers

3/8/2017
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A geometric jazz puzzle game

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IndieSider #55: Warlock's Tower by Whippering

2/22/2017
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Each step costs you a life

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IndieSider #54: Induction by Bryan Gale

2/8/2017
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A time-bending, brain-breaking puzzle game

Duration:00:26:49

IndieSider #53: Owlboy with Jonathan Geer

12/21/2016
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Nine years of development was worth the wait

Duration:00:35:00

IndieSider #52: Beholder by Warm Lamp Games

11/2/2016
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Is it a coincidence that a game developed in Siberia is set in a totalitarian state?

Duration:00:42:27

IndieSider #51: Pankapu by Too Kind Studio

10/5/2016
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When dreams become nightmares, Pankapu charges to the rescue in this family-friendly platformer.

Duration:00:24:35

IndieSider #50: Four Sided Fantasy by Ludo Land

9/21/2016
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Logan Fieth discusses his puzzle-platformer that bends the edges of your television's reality.

IndieSider #49: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain by Tin Man Games

9/7/2016
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Tin Man Games brings Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's original 1982 Fighting Fantasy novel to life.

Duration:00:35:51

IndieSider #48: Lifeless Planet by Stage 2 Studios

8/17/2016
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David Board of Stage 2 Studios breathes new life into the PS4 port of Lifeless Planet.

IndieSider: Stage of Development by Russ Pitts

8/15/2016
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Russ Pitts is crowdfunding a video documentary series about Chicago's indie game developers. Here's why.

IndieSider #47: Chime Sharp by Ste Curran

8/3/2016
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An Xbox 360 musical puzzler returns for a new generation

IndieSider #46: Perchang by Perchang

7/6/2016
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Marble Madness meetings Lemmings on iOS

Duration:00:35:08

IndieSider #45: Lumo by Triple Eh?

6/15/2016
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An isometric puzzle-platformer in the style of Solstice & Equinox

IndieSider #44: Life Goes On: Done to Death by Infinite Monkeys Entertainment

6/1/2016
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When knights die, they do so in service to the next to take up the sword.

IndieSider #43: Kathy Rain by Clifftop Games

5/18/2016
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A real-world point-and-click detective adventure with mature themes