IndieSider - indie video game developers interviews

Ken Gagne of Gamebits

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Indie game devs are crafting compelling offline multiplayer experiences

Apr 2019

1 hr 2 min

A richly strategic shmup

Jul 2017

25 min 36 sec

A game about life, loss and hope

Jun 2017

29 min 56 sec

The frozen reaches of Canada hold deadly mysteries.

Apr 2017

29 min 36 sec

There is no tutorial — only the universe.

Apr 2017

34 min 20 sec

Will you gain sentience? Or cleanse the world in fire?

Mar 2017

46 min 45 sec

A geometric jazz puzzle game

Mar 2017

23 min 41 sec

Each step costs you a life

Feb 2017

37 min 27 sec

A time-bending, brain-breaking puzzle game

Feb 2017

26 min 49 sec

Nine years of development was worth the wait

Dec 2016

35 min

Is it a coincidence that a game developed in Siberia is set in a totalitarian state?

Nov 2016

42 min 27 sec

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

Oct 2016

24 min 35 sec

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

Sep 2016

33 min 24 sec

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

Sep 2016

35 min 51 sec

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

Aug 2016

38 min 19 sec

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

Aug 2016

26 min 1 sec

An Xbox 360 musical puzzler returns for a new generation

Aug 2016

27 min 23 sec

Marble Madness meetings Lemmings on iOS

Jul 2016

35 min 9 sec

An isometric puzzle-platformer in the style of Solstice & Equinox

Jun 2016

41 min 28 sec

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

Jun 2016

40 min 41 sec

A real-world point-and-click detective adventure with mature themes

May 2016

23 min 10 sec

A narrative adventure where battles are resolved through typing

May 2016

22 min 7 sec

Duck Duck ANTIGRAVITY

Apr 2016

22 min 56 sec

Six Irrational Games alumni banded together to create an Oregon Trail roguelike.

Mar 2016

35 min 51 sec

A puzzle-platformer inspired by Hangman and the Apple II

Mar 2016

29 min 53 sec

“Ellipsis” means something omitted; what’s missing from Salmi Games’ debut title?

Feb 2016

32 min 37 sec

A Super Mario Galaxy-inspired platformer for Apple TV

Feb 2016

24 min 12 sec

It's real—Lumino City is a physical set hand-built and digitized for the game.

Jan 2016

25 min 23 sec

One of Steam Greenlight's first games makes it Wii U debut.

Dec 2015

29 min 10 sec

The return of an Apple II classic

Nov 2015

27 min 49 sec

Remember AIM?

Nov 2015

25 min 18 sec

What a fungi.

Oct 2015

28 min 57 sec

A chromatic puzzler for iOS

Oct 2015

31 min 2 sec

Infiltrate enemy headquarters in this modern update to Elevator Action and Impossible Mission.

Sep 2015

35 min 9 sec

Wait… How is Pac-Man indie??

Sep 2015

41 min 8 sec

Take flight in this peaceful avian expedition.

Aug 2015

43 min 39 sec

The first Kickstarter game makes its Wii U debut

Aug 2015

30 min 9 sec

Is there still a market for text adventures? Apparently!

Jul 2015

34 min 45 sec

Featuring guest host Sabriel Mastin!

Jul 2015

36 min 4 sec

The puzzle game for fans of symmetry and wordplay.

Jun 2015

26 min 32 sec

Being a cat is hard work. No, seriously.

Jun 2015

24 min 47 sec

A puzzle game with philosophical implications

May 2015

33 min 15 sec

Lost as a graphical choose-your-own-adventure

Apr 2015

29 min 53 sec

The sequel to Fallen London

Apr 2015

36 min 5 sec

Keep your cubs alive—there is no greater imperative.

Mar 2015

19 min 38 sec

On the founding of the Boston Festival of Indie Games

Mar 2015

24 min 46 sec

Shakespeare's Hamlet, reimagined as a choose-your-own-adventure novel

Feb 2015

35 min 25 sec

As you get stronger, the dragon awaits.

Feb 2015

41 min 17 sec

So many cubes — so few moves

Jan 2015

12 min 5 sec

Experience the Iñupiaq culture.

Jan 2015

25 min 40 sec