In this issue’s editor’s foreword, Phil mentions a “power of a indie spirit” and a range for enlivening creativity and fostering imagination. Look no serve than this month’s pleasing cover to see this in motion, as we try all that is indie. Highlights embody Pip’s review with Ooblets developer Glumberland, a inside demeanour during a sketch play and sketchbooks of 5 extraordinary indie artists, and Andy’s lapse to a desirable and puzzling Fez.
Elsewhere inside, Rick Lane explores a story of Ion Storm Austin in partial dual of a extensive behind-the-scenes feature; while a 2018 preview gathers 42 games that will make this an well-developed year for PC gamers, whatever your taste. Previews this month embody a FTL devs’ Into a Breach, Wandersong, Tala and more. Reviews embody Seven: The Days Long Gone, Shadowhand, and Okami HD among others.
Issue 314 is on shelves now and accessible on all your digital inclination from Google Play, a App Store and Zinio. You can also sequence approach from My Favourite Magazines or purchase a subscription to save yourself some cash, accept monthly deliveries and suffer a disdainful subscriber covers. This month’s is gorgeous:
- Our 2018 preview.
- The second partial of a outrageous History of Ion Storm Feature.
- Into a Breach, Wandersong, Tala and some-more previewed.
- Seven: The Days Long Gone, Shadowhand, Okami HD and some-more reviewed.
- Our wireless mice organisation test.
- And most more!