Lewis Woodhouse

Lewis started Indie-Credible in the summer of 2016 after struggling to find a website that justifiably covered indie games. Although he can't deny his love for some AAA games (especially the Final Fantasy series) his true love lies in the indies - people say he plays too many indie games, but we all know that's not possible.

Black & White Bushido had us on the edge of our seats

We have been looking forward to playing Good Catch Game’s upcoming release for some time now, and boy oh boy, Black and White Bushido didn’t disappoint. We previously mentioned how we hoped the game would create some tense multiplayer situations, and trust me when I say that it certainly did. I found one of the games so tense my palms were literally sweating, apologies to whoever used that control...[Read More]

88 Heroes hands on

88 Heroes by Rising Star Games is a actioned packed platformer. We were lucky enough to play the game at EGX a few weeks ago, here’s what we thought. The moment the game loads for the first time your invited in with clean pixel graphics and a retro pumping soundtrack. The game is completely based around the number 88, hence the title. Obviously, there’s 88 heroes, when you load a new game any 1 th...[Read More]

October indie game hotlist

Its fair to say that this month is looking very busy with big releases, thats not including PlayStation VR. However, amidst all those blockbuster title you’ve seen advertised for the past year are some gems you may not have heard of. Here’s our top 5 recommended indie games coming to consoles this month, enjoy! Shu Dev: Secret Lunch / Coatsink PS4 Shu is a 2.5D platformer, in which you play as Shu...[Read More]

Pikuniku is too cute!

Hidden within the Rezzed area of EGX is the Leftfield collection; an assortment of unique indie games aspiring to build more attention. It’s within this assortment of treasures I stumbled upon Pikuniku, a very cute platform puzzler. The moment I picked up the controller it felt like I was playing an interactive Mr.Men book, the simple but striking artwork instantly grabbed my attention. You play a...[Read More]

Mantis Burns Racing is topdown racing back to it’s best!

EGX may be over for another year, but the memories of playing some brilliant games certainly aren’t. One of the stand out games for us was the top down racer Mantis Burns Racing, developed by VooFoo Studios. As soon as there’s a mention of a top down racer it’s hard not to think back to the glory days of Micro Machines. Although Mantis Burns doesn’t carry the crazy over-the-top locations and explo...[Read More]

M. creates a brilliant and immersive VR experience

It’s fair to say that some of the biggest excitement around this years gaming shows has been towards Virtual Reality. It’s no secret that some dubbing this the ‘future of gaming’. One of the best outcomes to VR’s huge media push is the new and unique gaming experiences developers are striving to bring us. That’s exactly what I felt when playing indie developer Furry Tail Dragon’s M. at EGX, ...[Read More]

The Little Acre looks seriously charming

The Little Arce is a point & Click adventurer from indie developer Pewter Games. With beautiful hand-drawn artwork and nostalgically arousing animation there’s no denying the game looks adorable. Seriously adorable. As you play through the charming story, which is set in the fantasy universe of Clonfira, the perspective of the narrative continuously changes, helping immerse even further  into ...[Read More]

First Impressions / The Bunker

A lot of our excitement towards The Bunker was not really knowing what to expect from a live-action game. After playing through the first hour the concept makes a lot more sense. Gameplay works very much like a point & click game, hover the cursor over an interactive object and select it to zoom in or use it (if usable). At first you have no freedom in what to select, which made me feel more l...[Read More]

EGX / 5 games we can’t wait to play!

The Razzed Zone looks to offer some of the most original gaming experience on the EGX floor, here are 5 games we cannot wait to get our hands on. 88 Heros Dev: Rising Star 88 Heroes is a bonkers and chaotic 2D platformer. You have 88 minutes to play through all 88 levels, oh and there’s 88 Heroes. You don’t get to choose your Heroes, instead upon death you respawn as one of the heroes, much ...[Read More]

The Bunker looks to provide sleepless nights!

The Bunker releases this week and looks to create one of the most unique gaming experiences we’re yet to witness on consoles. Indie developers Splendy aim to completely immerse players with fully interactive live action gameplay. There is no doubt that horror games are on the rise, we probably have the brilliant P.T to thank for this. There’s also no doubt in saying that not all horror games provi...[Read More]

This weeks indie game console releases 19th September

Tuesday 20th September Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (PS4/ Xbox One) Dev: The Chinese Room/ Robert Briscoe Dear Esther originally released on PC back in 2012 on PC and was well received by both gamers and critics. The game is effectively a ghost story, told through a first-person perspective. The gameplay focusses on a lot of exploration, as you uncover mysteries of the island Dear Esther is set o...[Read More]

REVIEW / Rive

What better way to take your final bow as a developer than to create an homage to one of the most beloved genres in retro-gaming. As we, yet again, watch another indie developer close their doors for the final time, the team at Two Tribes banded together and stood tall, not wanting us to mourn their passing, but more… fill it with molten, hot, lead! Embracing their immanent demise, Two Tribes took...[Read More]