Indie of the Week – Mattie Brice

We here at Indie Haven love to support the people making games that push representation in the medium in the right direction. And our first Indie of the Week pick for the new year, Mattie Brice, certainly has d...

Indie of the Week – Subset Games

Matthew Davis & Justin Ma are two very special Indie Developers. Back in 2012 they released one of the most addictive space pirate, top down, real time strategy Rougelike-like games around. Granted that's n...
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Indie of the Week – Zoe Quinn

My first awareness of Developer Zoe Quinn's work was when I stumbled upon Depression Quest. A simple Twine game, Depression quest aimed to teach people about the crippling and limiting realities of depression b...
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Indie of the Week: Sherida Halatoe

Last night I was helping Jose write our weekly Simply Steam feature by picking out and summarising my five favourite games aiming to get onto Steam. While doing this I was still wondering who I should make this...
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Indie of the Week: Incus Games

Incus Games created my favourite game of Eurogamer. It's just a shame it had the worst graphics on the show floor. Maybe that's an unfair way to put it, the game actually doesn't have graphics at all. Their cur...