April 26, 2019

The Void Rains Upon Her Heart



Control the heart of an alien girl and battle tough bosses in this Bullet-hell, Shoot-em-up with some rogue-lite elements. Love your way through randomly chosen boss battles leading up to a final battle. Each defeated monster will give her gifts that power up her heart. Don't let her heart break!

Stuck in a cave, The Void Rains Upon Her Heart
Monsters run rabid with means to tear you apart
But tame using love, instead of with daggers
Growing fondness from gifts-- love is what matters
The Void Rains Upon Her Heart

April 25, 2019

Legrand Legacy



Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds is a love letter to our all time favorite JRPGs with a fresh take on classic turn-based combat and tactics. Join the Fatebounds as they travel the world of Legrand in a desperate attempt to stop the Mugna Feud, a war of unparalleled savagery, and uncover the sinister forces behind it!

A savage war looms large ahead,
Can your heroes avert this destiny?
The Fatebounds may yet be misled,
Before forging their Legrand Legacy...
Legrand Legacy

April 24, 2019

The Gardens Between



The Gardens Between is a surreal puzzle adventure that follows best friends, Arina and Frendt, as they fall into a mysterious world of beautiful garden islands. Manipulate time to solve puzzles and discover the secrets of each island.

Two friends reclaim memories,
Formed of relics, pristine.
Trade steps back for strides forward,
In The Gardens Between.
The Gardens Between

April 23, 2019

7 New Indie Games to Love: April Week 3



A small, curated collection of new and extraordinary indie games to love, all released during the third week of April 2019, and all presented below in the form of still and moving images - wonderful technology, this 'internet!'

There are even more new indie games to be discovered, however, with Photographs, Islanders, and Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey released during the first week of April, Falcon Age out during the second week, as well as Katana Zero and Ghost Giant released very recently! Find out more about those games by watching our feature video, but continue on down below to see what else you might have missed!
Featuring Heaven's Vault, Forager, DriftForce, and more.

April 22, 2019

The One: About, History, and FAQ



Come on a trip through some of the history and reasoning and meet Indie Game Lover. I can still smell the fresh paint. It feels so long ago and yet like it was just yesterday. Indie Game Lover began as a passion project.


|| About the Hoomans connecting ||
It has taken many years to get to a state where exposing even a portion of myself was on the "to-do" list, and while this page will always make me feel 50 shades of embarrassed, it is time and had to be done. So, welcome to the nervous rambles of a Kitty.

It feels so long ago yet like it was just yesterday and I can still smell the fresh paint. Indie Game Lover began as a passion project (and still is) to help the under represented in a field so full of creativity (in all forms from art and programming, to music, writing and everything between) yet constantly working against a tide that is always there trying to pull them under. As a life long gamer, lover of creativity, and medic type personality, Indie Game Lover has always been a very direct representation of everything that I (Danelle) hold dear. And as the Core section below tries to explain, the passion runs deeper than games alone.


In the early days: there was a small handful of people that always stood out for being early popups. They ranged with a variety of things they were up talented with from relatable game dev comics and science fiction books that dazzled, to music I still play on repeat (there is also one more mention about an artist/dev in the IGL History section). While this is only a tiny selection of all the people, they were some of the main.




But, no matter what was happening, there was always one that stood out heavily-- Oliver Snyders. From the very first time I was tagged with one of his poems I could only hope we would collide directly. Eventually that happened and we started to slowly build our foundation. Fast forward a couple years and BAM magic happened: at the time I was in route of plotting for "Indie Game Lover 2.0" (more on this below) there was a load of stuff I was poking at and debating changing and he was hearing about related bits and bobs. Then, during a random moment in a random conversation we discovered that we had both been secretly wanting to join forces for ages. And poof just like that a wild Oliver appeared.

April 21, 2019

Bunny Rabbits are Hare




Whether you celebrate Easter, or merely enjoy getting time off for the holidays, it is the perfect excuse to show some indie game bunny rabbit themed fluffs.
Features: Rabi-Ribi, NOT A HERO, King Rabbit, The Rabbit and The Owl, & My Brother Rabbit.

April 19, 2019

tiny & Tall: Gleipnir




"Two barely competent and charmingly inept blacksmiths find themselves contractually bound to the Norse gods and have to explore a lovingly handcrafted world in a quest for unusual and magical objects. But while they look for these ingredients, the sinister gaze of Loki, the Trickster god, casts an evil shadow on their path...

"Solve puzzles, meet eccentric characters, and discover an ancient Norse legend in tiny & Tall: Gleipnir, a classic yet modern point 'n click adventure game!"
tiny & Tall: Gleipnir

April 18, 2019

Yoku's Island Express




"Meet Yoku, the pint-sized postman protagonist of Yoku's Island Express! Use a unique blend of pinball mechanics, platforming and open world exploration to unlock the secrets of Mokumana Island, help the locals, and much more in this amazing new tropical adventure!"
Yoku's Island Express

April 17, 2019

7 New Indie Games to Love: April Week 2



A small, curated collection of new and extraordinary indie games to love, all released during the second week of April 2019.

There are even more new indie games to be discovered, however, with Photographs, Islanders, and Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey released during the first week of April, as well as Falcon Age, while Katana Zero is on the immediate horizon - find out more about those games by watching our feature video, but continue on down below to see what else you might have missed!
Featuring Dangerous Driving, Pathway, Tiny Tanks, and more.

April 16, 2019

Incredible Mandy




"Following a tragic event, two siblings lost their memory of each other. Summon up your light sword and traverse eight distinct levels packed with puzzles and boss fights to uncover the truth between the brother and sister."
Incredible Mandy

April 15, 2019

Tannenberg




"Experience authentic First World War action with 64 player battles of maneuver on the Eastern Front. Grab your rifle, ready your sabre and keep your gas mask close as you prepare to play a part in one of the most significant conflicts in history!"
Tannenberg

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