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 Jul 05, 2005 - 04:00 PM - by Michael
* Indie Games mid-year report

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GameTunnel's got their mid-year report on independent game titles.

The verdict? Some good stuff coming, but the crop is thinner than previous years. Lots of sequels, too.

This year has been a little different for Indie games. In our Monthly Round-Up there hasn't yet been an Editor's choice winner, and until we hit April we were starting to wonder what kind of year we were going to experience in Indie games. Thankfully April showed off a good number of quality indie titles, and the rest of the year looks to improve on that strong month with a number of sequels that we are excited about. Often the games that we don't hear about until they are released end up being the most amazing, so keep your eyes here for things to come.


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