Indie game of the week Archive

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    Dungeon Defenders: Advanced Tower Defence

    Tower Defence games aren’t an entirely new genre of gaming.  The first time you may have encountered a Tower Defence game, in its more familiar format, is in the Final Fantasy VII mini game of Fort Condor, this came about in 1997. Advancements in browser […]

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    Indie Game of the Week: One and One Story

    Indie games come in all shapes and sizes. That’s what makes them so great. A number of the games we have featured previously have been the type of game which you download and play off your hard drive. This week, I came across one of […]

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    Indie Game of the Week: Mactabilis

    I really enjoy space shooters and this isn’t the first time that I’ve mentioned the genre on this blog.  I make no apology for this and I can assure you that this won’t be the last time I lovingly eulogise about my latest discovery. Today […]

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    Indie Game of the Week: Hard Reset

    Hard Reset is a very impressive Indie game, that the developers at Flying Wild Hog only revealed July this year.  Now two months on, the game is a fully fledged shooter which is released early this week.  Incredibly, they managed to pack a great deal […]

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    Indie Game of the Week: Runescape

    Everyone has time to engage with an online multiplayer game every now and then, and Runescape is not one to miss. Gaining 156 million accounts in its ten year life-span, Runescape never ceases to impress and we felt it was about time it got a […]

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    Indie game of the week: Realm of the Mad God

    We’re all for big budget games here at Dabs.com, and like nothing better than hooking up a fully tricked out PC to run the latest highly polished FPS or processor hungry Total War installment. Yet, occasionally, a low budget indie game gets into our sub-conscious […]

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