London-based Richard Perrin, the sole developer and proprietor of Locked Door Puzzle, gave us an exclusive interview about his development process for KAIRO, delicious game jams, issues with Steam Greenlight, and the obnoxious term “indie”.
ETERNAL DARKNESS: SANITY’S REQUIEM was the best options for having your pants, ahem, soiled, on the GameCube back in 2002. Precursor Games aims to resurrect the survival horror series with SHADOW OF THE ETERNALS with their own private crowdsourcing.
Hello, fellow Invaders! Good morning! How you doing, buddy?! Did you have a good weekend? Did you sleep in, go to a BBQ, see Iron Man 3? The answer is no, you didn’t have a good weekend, because you didn’t take a look at these games on Kickstarter.
Who thinks up this stuff? Erkki Trummal, André Berlemont, Morten Brunbjerg: that’s who. They’ve used their $300 Oculus Rift development kit to create a short experience that simulates being decapitated. Oh, the wonders of the modern age.
How do you outsmart pirates? By shoving some hypocrisy in their face. Greenheart Games released GAME DEV TYCOON with some smart anti-piracy measures, but it may hurt them more than they think.
Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. Compassion is hard to come by anymore, but if anybody’s music is the very artistic embodiment of the word, it’s Mike Hadreas’ (a/k/a Perfume Genius).
Crawl is indie horror at it’s best. The film is written and directed by Paul China, and features a great cast of character actors. It stars Georgina Haig (Fringe), George Shevtsov (Love Serenade, Dead Calm), Catherine Miller (Terra Nova) and Lynda Stoner (Prisoner). It is currently available on DVD and
Thanks to Bandcamp, here is what I have been listening to this month. In the closing months of 2012, when Christmas loomed closely and the respite of a holiday was very much needed, I was introduced to the vast expanse of music and talent that was just waiting to be discovered on a little site called Bandcamp.
As a child of the 80s, it’s easy to remember that time through the sepia-tinged memories of childhood and the splendid pop-culture that that period spat out into existence. Upon further examination though, one discovers a time of tumult, haves and have nots, social division, and a splendid period in
In the quaint setting of The Gate Theatre, a literally reformed church which hosts a whole manner of events from theatre to art, around 200 people were treated to the saintly voices of Lucy Rose and her support act Pete Roe. Rose made her name as the backing vocalist for
Dear Readers, I originally had another topic in mind for this week’s post…but then I finally got around to watching a movie that had been on my to-watch list for a while, *loved* it, and decided that I’d give you all a quickie recommendation instead. Conception, written and directed by
When you hear the names Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, you immediately think of the crazy duo who brought us films like their most recent, Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie. What you don’t think of is a provocative indie Sundance film entitled The Comedy. The title makes you think this film