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The folks over over at the Nonadecimal Creative have a much lighter take on the term Social Justice Warrior. The developer recently put out a small, satirical role playing game called Social Justice Warriors and I spoke with Eric Ford about this inspired little title and what he hoped to achieve by making it.
Today Steam has announced it’s next batch of 50 new titles that have made it through the Steam Greenlight program to be able to sell on the digital download service.
While a great service Steam is not without its flaws, and it’s important to know how it affects both consumers and creators.
A DROD veteran gives his take on Caravel Games’ beloved and soon to be concluded series of dungeon-crawling puzzle games.
A review of the indie platformer Stonerid, a game with an interesting mechanic at it’s center that’s ultimately let down by flawed design and cluttered art.
Catlateral Damage is a promising game where you get to control a cat with the simple objective of wrecking havoc in your owner’s room.