If you’re into indie gaming, then Steam is the platform to beat. Here are our picks showcasing the absolute best independent titles out there.
A triumph for immersive storytelling, this narrative adventure combines the skippable narration of audiobooks with the mechanics of mid-’90s game tutorials.
An awe-inspiring underdog story for independent developers, this farming simulator was programmed, written, composed, and designed by just one man who must be truly impossible to work with.
This loving homage to classic action platformers is an exact, pixel-for-pixel reproduction of Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse that has yet to catch the attention of Konami’s lawyers.
Part of the growing “passive-gaming” trend, Unlocker has no interface or controls and simply rewards you with a new achievement of an unlocked message every few hours you’re logged in.
That Dragon, Cancer:
This one is an artsy game about battling cancer, so it’ll make us look pretty bad if we don’t include it on this list.
EatSim Vol 32: Grapes:
The latest in this popular indie game series captures what it’s like to eat an entire bunch of grapes with stunning attention to detail.