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.

Absolute Drift: Zen Edition Review

Drifting in motorsport has hugely grown in popularity over the years; now being regarded as it’s own entity, a motorsport of skill, precision and drifting on the edge of control. Indie developer Flippfly’s Absolute Drift: Zen Edition takes all these elements and puts them in to a beautiful minimalist environment, combine this with an excellent chilled electronic soundtrack and you treated to a uni...[Read More]

Spy Chameleon is charmingly challenging

Are you looking for a logically challenging puzzle adventure to get you teeth into? Even if your not should check out Spy Chameleon. Unfinished Pixel’s arcade puzzler is super easy to pick up and play, but as you progress the challenge gets hard, especially if you are trophy hunter. The game has you take control of a Chameleon, clue’s in the title, who must make their way through various traps and...[Read More]

Yesterday Origins looks nostalgically beautiful

As a kid there was nothing I loved more than heading to my friends house to help him solve some of the wonderfully challenging tasks in Day of the Tentacle. The 90’s was the decade the engrossing point & click genre, with brilliant titles such as; Day of the Tentacle, Monkey Island, Grim Fandango and so many more. I know point & click adventures never fully disappeared but I have struggled...[Read More]

Castles: brick building fun that feels nothing like it’s small price tag

As we all know gaming can be an expensive hobby, splashing out £50 on a new game can also be a risk. Cheaper games are often past over or judge as being a poor game, well, Whoot Games has proven that is not the case with Castles. Castles is a charming top down brick matching puzzler, think Bomberman meets 3-of-a-kind… just without the bombs. You play the role of a little engineer, who’s king has s...[Read More]

Vampyr will challenge your morals

I know some people would argue that DONTNOD’s upcoming release Vampyr isn’t an indiegame, but as a developer DONTNOD still runs independently… and the game looks bloody amazing. In case your asking ‘who are DONTNOD’, well, you have them to thank for Remember Me and Life is Strange, which happens to be one of my favourite games of the last few years. So, enough about DONTNOD, more about Vampyr. Vam...[Read More]

AER: Memories Of Old looks stunning

Recently we have been spoilt with beautiful worlds to explore within indie games; just look at the stunning ABZU released earlier this month – and boy did I love that game. So if getting lost in an awe-inspiring environments is your thing then you’re in luck. Forgotten Key’s AER: Memories Of Old is a new and exciting exploration puzzler; set in an environment of floating islands ...[Read More]

Review / Bear’s Cant Drift?!

Whenever picking up a kart racer it always brings back warm memories of sleepovers, Sugary sweets and my beloved N64. As so many others, growing up in the 90’s this console created some of my favourite gaming moments, in particularly the multiplayer. I have longed for another kart racing experience like this (apart from Crash Team Racing) and on some levels Bears Cant’s Drift delivers. The moment ...[Read More]

Tricky Towers Review

Brick stacking puzzle games have been around since console gaming shot to popularity in the 90’s. Most gamers have played a column or brick stacker many times before, so to get our attention there needs to be some originality in the game – thats exactly what Tricky Towers manages to do. Throughout my time with tricky towers I experienced a carousel of emotions form joy to anger to triumph to...[Read More]

Neverwinter: The MMO I can’t put down Part 1

Below are my thoughts on Neverwinter lvl 1 – lvl 30. There will be three parts overall, part 2 focussing on lvl 30 – lvl 60 and part 3 on lvl 60 – lvl 70. Since playing Final Fantasy VII back in the 90’s Fantasy RPG’s have been my favourite games to get lost it. Adventuring through magical lands and slaying ferocious beasts along the way – who would love that! So when MMO’s...[Read More]

ABZU Review

The depths of the ocean still remain one of mankind’s greatest mysteries, the fear of not completely knowing what lurks in the deep. I found myself with a similar sense of mystery when loading up ABZU for the first time – not really knowing what to expect from the underwater exploration game. As soon as the game begins, it’s clear to see what developer Giant Squid’s main focus was, to bring ...[Read More]

Gone Home Review (PS4)

When looking for a new game to get my teeth into, the exploration genre is one I often skipped past, having never really had an enjoyable experience within it. However it’s safe to say that upon playing Gone Home, my views have completely changed. Gone Home, a first person exploration adventure game, sucked me in from the start – I found it a privilege uncovering the Greenbriar’s family secr...[Read More]

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