As you may have noticed it has been very quiet with Orange Bison over the last several months. There has been no new indie game reviews, no new content being published, even the twitter account fell silent. Why did this happen? Did we just abandon you? Have we lost interest in indie games? Will Orange Bison come back? All fantastic questions, read on and all will be revealed. Life Sometimes Has Ot...[Read More]
Do you want to write for Orange Bison? Orange Bison is currently looking for talented writers who are aspiring game journalists. At this point there is no pay for our writers. The main advantage for writing for us is to gain experience with a recognised game review website which will allow you to move on to paid positions. We have had several of our team members start their careers in this way. Ot...[Read More]
After a great partnership with Microsoft, Codeglue received a surprising email one day proclaiming the independence of Rocket Riot. The studio was free to publish the game themselves! Once the studio found the time to further develop the game, they made sure the game was compatible for Windows 10 devices (phone and PC), this in addition to the earlier releases on Xbox 360, iPad, iPhone and Windows...[Read More]
Game developer Eipix Entertainment has added another title to its roster of independently published games and continued its ambitious release schedule with the release of Nom Nom. The company’s second self-published game is a free-to-play endless arcade “muncher” that will show you that you truly can eat your way out of anything. The game is already available on the iTunes app store, with Android ...[Read More]
Princess plays Skelattack once again. Improvements have been made since the first play. Check it out.
The Forest Beyond is not just your average game production, its practically a media revolution. In an age heavily dominated by digital content, The Forest Beyond wishes to bring real craftsmanship back into the… Well.. Craft! How? By utilizing the art of stop-motion animation, meaning the whole world is built by hand, and not on a computer. Stop motion is the art of moving an object frame by...[Read More]
Eipix Entertainment, a game development company renowned for its hidden object puzzle adventure games developed for Big Fish Games, has entered the new stage of its operations with the release of its first independently published game on August 31, 2016. The company’s first self-published game is Hoppy Land, a free-to-play endless arcade hopper guaranteed to keep you occupied for as long as you’re...[Read More]