Category Archives: Indie Games That Don’t Suck

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Depth

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Depth I began this article by attempting to review all of the entries in the “Experimental Game Pack 01”. This failed when I realized my utter incompetence at reviewing that half of the games were … Continue reading

First-Person, Indie Games That Don't Suck, Platformer, Puzzle, Video Gaming

Ittle Dew: Why Do I Like Zelda Clones So Much?

Ittle Dew: Why Do I Like Zelda Clones So Much? My distaste with the Zelda games of the past decade or so I have spoken of previously. Since Nintendo is clearly incapable of making of good Zelda games any longer, … Continue reading

Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Indie Games That Don't Suck, Puzzle, Video Gaming

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Desktop Dungeons

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Desktop Dungeons Rogue Legacy not enough like Rogue for you? This game should scratch that itch. Desktop Dungeons is a free 2010 roguelike by QCF design (to date their only game). What makes it unique … Continue reading

Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Indie Games That Don't Suck, Roguelike, Video Gaming

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Trilby: The Art of Theft

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Trilby: The Art of Theft Trilby: The Art of Theft is a 2007 2D stealth game by Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw. Yes, the guy from Zero Punctuation, the motormouthed game reviewer who hates everything. Are his … Continue reading

Indie Games That Don't Suck, Stealth, Video Gaming

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Alter Ego

Indie Games That Don’t Suck: Alter Ego Alter Ego. No, it’s not the 1986 text adventure game of the same name. It’s a 2011 puzzle platformer that involves the player controlling a stickman, his opposing ghost, and frequently switching places … Continue reading

Indie Games That Don't Suck, Platformer, Video Gaming