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June 17, 2019

The Letter



The Letter is an interactive, character and choice-driven, horror visual novel told through an immersive branching narrative. It is inspired by the famous Japanese horror films, Ju-On: The Grudge & The Ring, by the Korean web-comic, Bongcheon-Dong Ghost, and by horror jRPG games such as Mad Father and Corpse Party.

Branch your paths carefully as you make picks
The Letter tries to lure you like Japanese horror flicks
Play seven characters as options shape the place
Will you aid with risk, or leave to a gruesome fate?
The Letter

June 14, 2019

E3 2019: Showcasing 7 Upcoming Indie Games - Part 5



E3 2019 is officially over!

Even though the latest edition of the annual Los Angeles-based videogame event began three days before the actual exhibition (as has become normal over the last few years), the whole shebang seems to have wrapped up before it began, leaving us with nothing but fleeting memories and... a whole lot of indie games to gawk at!

Below, you're invited to flick through part five of IndieGameLover's collection of indie games put on display in and around E3 2019, but when you're done, we're going to extend another invitation to immerse yourself in our previous compilations in the form of part one, part two, part three, and part four of the series!
Featuring Bloodroots, Brave Earth: Prologue, Foregone, and more.

June 13, 2019

E3 2019: Showcasing 7 Upcoming Indie Games - Part 4



It's Thursday (when this is being written, for all of you time travellers out there), but it's also the final day of E3 2019! Just because the latest edition of the annual Los Angeles-based videogame event is barrelling towards its conclusion, however, doesn't mean we've reached the end of our peeks at stellar indie games exhibited in and around the show!

You can wander around today's assortment of E3 2019 indie games (aka part four) below, but if you're still not satiated, please frolick through IndieGameLover's previous collections in the form of part one, part two, and part three of the series, with even more to come... soon!
Featuring Bloodroots, Brave Earth: Prologue, Foregone, and more.

June 12, 2019

E3 2019: Showcasing 7 Upcoming Indie Games - Part 3



E3 2019 continues apace, and thanks to this latest edition of the annual Los Angeles-based videogame event, we've been able to ogle newly-announced indie games, as well as steal fresh looks at previously-known-but-just-as-enticing-upcoming-digital-delights, too!

Just to prove that the previous sentence wasn't a load of old cobblers, feel free to browse through part three of IndieGameLover's collection of unreleased indie games shown at E3 2019 so far (below!), with more evidence provided by part one and part two of the series - that'll teach you for doubting us!

There's more to come soon so keep those eyes peeled, but also keep them lubricated, for goodness sake!
Featuring Mare, Hellpoint, KUNAI, and more.

June 11, 2019

E3 2019: Showcasing 7 Upcoming Indie Games - Part 2



It's time for E3 2019, the latest edition of the annual videogame showcase held in Los Angeles!

While E3 may have lost some of its lustre in terms of big, heart-stopping announcements in recent years, it doesn't mean that upcoming indie games at the show have become any less exciting!

Please, prove our point for us by perusing part two of IndieGameLover's collection of unreleased indie games shown at E3 2019 so far (below!), as well as part one of the showcase (over here!), with more to come soon!
Featuring Cris Tales, Valfaris, Genesis Noir, and more.

June 10, 2019

E3 2019: Showcasing 7 Upcoming Indie Games - Part 1



It's time for E3 2019, the latest edition of the annual videogame showcase held in Los Angeles!

While E3 may have lost some of its lustre in terms of big, heart-stopping announcements in recent years, it doesn't mean that upcoming indie games at the show have become any less exciting!

Please, prove our point for us by perusing part one of IndieGameLover's collection of unreleased indie games shown at E3 2019 so far (below!), as well as part two of the showcase (over here!), with more to come soon!
Featuring Spiritfarer, Totem Teller, Blazing Chrome, and more.

June 6, 2019

7 New Indie Games to Love: May Week 5



A small, curated collection of new and extraordinary indie games to love, all released during the fifth and final week of May 2019, and all presented below in the form of still and moving images - we've torn up the bill on this one, so you're free to enjoy it!

We will encourage you to snap a glance at a collection of other indie games released in the month of May, though! It's a collection that includes the likes of Epitasis, Close to the Sun, Shakedown: Hawaii, Observation, Clam Man, and Draugen! You can spend sixty seconds of your time seeing those games in our curated video list over here. Do you have sixty seconds to spare? If the answer is 'no,' then maybe your schedule is a little too packed. Just an observation.

There are more May indie games to see, though, so check out a collection of games from the first week of May over here, a compilation from the second week of May over here, another bundle from the third week of May over here, and finally (phew!), a collection from the fourth week of May... here.

Now, however, it's time to gaze at our latest list, below!
Featuring Void Bastards, Outer Wilds, Gato Roboto, and more.

June 5, 2019

Moonlight Feature: Jumpai




What do you love about your game?
"I love the fact that it is based on direct feedback from competitive Mario (Kaizo) players and so it's inspired mainly from Mario Maker while being very speedrun oriented (which Nintendo despises). So it's a good mix made by a competitive fan for the competitive fans. I also like a lot to be able to play online with my friends, it makes it very fun for me to play my player's levels."

June 4, 2019

Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey



Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey is a story-rich adventure game that uses the perspectives of three different playable characters to piece together clues - clues that may just help stop Jack the Ripper's heinous killing spree in 1800s-era London.

A Dance of Death set to seconds on the clock,
But the steps change day by day.
A serial killer's deeds grow in fame and shock,
Spinning circles 'round Du Lac & Fey...
Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey

June 2, 2019

Cute Sparkles Recap 02




Check out all the newest Cute Sparkles together in a single recap collection spot.

Cute Sparkles are tiny (handmade) motion sets to highlight more indie games for your pleasure.
»»» Click for full Motion Set «««

June 1, 2019

June Indie Game Link Up Thread



Just a little note that the June Indie Game Link Up Thread is live on Twitter so be sure to share your games (even WIP or crowdfunding stages). ♥


Just a little note that the June Indie Game Link Up Thread is live on Twitter.

Be sure to share your games (ready to buy, WIP, wishlisting, or crowdfunding etc).

Feel free to come back and post more progress in the middle of the month (I encourage seeing you a couple times, but if you are spammy I wont be able to interact with all of them so do return).

I will be looking at everything, doing a lot of RTs, pulling for minis-shouts, putting together a collection of highlights for a post at the end/start of the month, and possibly more just from this thread alone.

Yes it is a lot of work but I love helping. ♥

You can also submit in full for other possibilities on the submission forms here.

You can chat with the fam as well on Discord if you'd like (never a requirement for anything).

A lot of cool posts have gone up already, so here is the one single highlight from the early birds. ♥

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