Every two weeks, we weigh in on our favorite selections on Xbox Live's indie channel. These are not Microsoft-approved games. They're created by everyone from the average Joe to upstart game companies, and reviewed by users like you.
A total of ten titles will make up the Indie Games Summer Uprising, representing the best titles Xbox Live's Indie Games has to offer. The first eight have been chosen. Let's take a look!
In this moving six-minute microtalk from GDC 2011, Independent Games Festival chairman Brandon Boyer champions the countless independent developers that still have something sincere to say through gaming.
Nominated for awards in Art and Technical Excellence for obvious reasons in the 12th Annual Independent Games Festival, Playdead's stunning black and white puzzle platformer Limbo is heading to Xbox Live Arcade this summer.
Edmund McMillen, co-creator of the popular independent PC game Gish, dropped us a line to let us know that he was making the jump to WiiWare with his latest, Super Meat Boy.
Initially released a little over a year ago, Bit-Blot's fanciful aquatic adventure game Aquaria is now available for purchase via Steam, with a special price available to folks who purchase before December 31st.
Crayon Physics Deluxe, the 2008 Independent Games Festival Grand Prize Winner, is getting dangerously close to release, and to prepare for the waxy buildup that is sure to ensue, creator Petri Purho has launched a brand new website for the game and is now actively accepting pre-orders. What does a pre-order of Crayon…