It's tough to be both an indie developer and an indie publisher. Apparently no one told that to Fabraz Company. At Play NYC 2018 they brought a pair
I have a real love for the little games you see on itch.io.
I need a vacation. I knew I needed a vacation when I took a trip to Play NYC and honestly had a fun time hanging out in the hotel room relaxing and
Animation and art style can do a ton to bolster a game. One game I saw at Play NYC 2018 was Scrap Bringer, a top-down action beat 'em up that really
Chef Umami is in a class of games that I had seen at previous Playcrafting events but didn't have the time to check out.
ESC Games is a company that I first learned about after 2017's Playcrafting Bit Awards.
Sumer is a title that holds a dear place in my heart for neatly combining tabletop games and video games into one fun package.
Play NYC 2018 had over a hundred developers and nearly twice as many games.
Physics based survival games aren't exactly a new concept. However, there's a joy in growing your own eco system.
If you haven't seen our best of Play NYC article yet, one of the games chosen for this was Jupiter & Mars.
I first met Saturday Morning Games developer James Seetal at Play NYC 2017 where he was showing off his ga
While wandering the show floor at Play NYC, many games caught my eye. Cede was one such game. It had a unique style that really made it stand out.
On the second day of Play NYC, I was up on the second-floor balcony checking out the dozens of games jam-packed into one tiny area.
Tucked away on the third floor of the Manhattan Center was Haiduc, a card game created by Haiduc LLC where players are trying to build a backstory
Play NYC has come and gone yet again.
This year at PlayNYC I got to see plenty of games that did weird things. However, a game that took Tweets, mixed them up, and asked you to unscramble
Who would have thought feeding Llamas would be so relaxing.
Amongst the sea of games showcased at Play NYC, Razbury Games From Rust is perhaps the biggest tone shift from a previous work.
Play NYC, a gaming convention run by Playcrafting with a strong focus on indie games, will be happening on the weekend of
The world of gaming conventions grows ever larger, and for the longest time there was a distinct void in the New York City area.