Tag Archives: independent

Megapanel Homage Into the Blue Released for Nintendo Game Boy

Into the Blue Nintendo Game Boy

Look, I love covering new independently developed homebrew titles. They are obviously labors of love by the persons involved, often one-man teams, and sometimes are better than official releases. Another thing about these independent releases is you sometimes get to

Balanced Diet Limited Run on Game Boy Advance

New Game Boy Advance games are not as common as they are for Atari 2600 but they are just as cool.  The homebrew/indie scene constantly comes up with new game ideas that would probably have died early on in a

Game Boy Receives Cowboys Game Guns and Riders

The old west is a place that many wish we could go back to.  While I am not sure why, it is a popular time period.  Gamers have barely touched the genre thanks to not many developers and publishers making

Half-Life Ported to Android Wear Watches, Not Sure Why

Android Wear and the like are becoming “all the rage” around the tech world, Apple is in on it, Microsoft is in on it, Google and their partners are in on it, everyone is getting in on smaller wearable screens. 

Fishbone on Nintendo Virtual Boy Reminds Us of Hungry Hippo Meets Fishing with Lots of Blood

This is one of the bloodiest games that you may ever play in your gaming life.  I mean look at the video below, this thing is nothing but blood, blood everywhere.  Okay, satire off.  That description could fit every release

New Game: Nibbler Version 1.2 Released for iOS, Playstation Portable and PS Vita

Nibbler is, at its base, a Snake style game. For those not familiar with Snake games, the idea is pretty simple yet challenging and can be addictive. As you move your snake around the level, he will eat fruits and

New Game: Lynx Ops for the Atari Lynx

No one is going to say that the Atari Lynx was an overwhelming success but it was a good system that is loved by many fans. The Lynx was just poorly managed and came in at too high a price

Review: Retroships on Android

Overhead scrolling shooters are as retro as can be, they are one of the first styles of game created way back in the day (I am counting Asteroids and Space Invaders here folks). Unlike Mig 2D: Retro Shooter, RetroShips is