Mile High Horror is a film festival in Denver, CO. that got its start in 2010. It’s mission ‘to showcase the very best genre films from around the world.’ The annual Mile High Horror Festival takes place in the fall while also hosting other events throughout the year. Citadel by Ciaran Foy won Best Feature […]
After reading the synopsis and backcover, this was enough to pull me into this book enough that I had to have a quick chat with the author behind it. Kingdom looks like a refreshing change from my current book readings (I’m only a little ways into the book myself). Here is a quick synopsis before […]
Highly anticipated indie platformer/puzzler Snapshot is now out, and we’ve got some free copies to give away!
You probably don’t know this, but I’m not very rich. I live (entertainment wise) payment to payment and so its very important that there are filler games to occupy this gap between AAA titles. Humble Bundles are great for this.
Just recently jumped into a new indie game I saw on steam called Vessel. You play the role of Arkwright the inventor of liquid based automatons. The game progresses as a puzzle based game where you need to solve problems caused by your inventions most of the time. The world is very steampunk […]
“Indie Explosion” 2012 is already off to a great start because Team “Hitbox Team” has announced that their new indie title Dustforce will be hitting steam January 17th!
The Xbox Live Indie Marketplace is a land of broken games by would-be developers, complete rip-offs of other successful games, and digital STDs from the plethora of games that use sex to get you to buy their game. There are, however, a select few games that transcend this genre and shine a little bit brighter […]
One of the best parts of PAX is that indie developers get a chance to show off their games next to the big companies, giving everyone equal ground and letting us know about games we otherwise would not have heard of. I got the chance to swing by Grinding Gear Games’ booth and check out […]
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you allowed a five year old to make a game?
Minecraft’s creator, Notch, is gauging interest in a possible convention (in Vegas, baby) to celebrate the official, not beta, super-serious release of his baby on 11/11/11.
Although if you were a real hipster, you would have bought these games before people were even aware of them.
The new Strokes album is super cheap for today only.
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVyxRNc_gTs I don’t care what anyone says. I love Bright Eyes.
Jimmy Eat World via their Twitter page announced there North American tour. Most of the dates seem to be primarily in the West Coast and Canada areas.
Side One Dummy records announced that label mates, Fake Problems and The Gaslight Anthem will release a Split this spring.