Mark your calendars, the studio who brought you SkullGirls, is launching their next game in a few short months! Lab Zero Games confirmed the news today as the upcoming RPG Indivisible finally has a release date. Following Ajna, with whom you’ll explore the world of Loka as you unravel the mystery of how your powers came […]
Director Lulu Wang talks to That Shelf about her film The Farewell, working with Awkwafina, living in Trump's America, and more!
Lulu Wang’s funny, thoughtful, and life-affirming feature, The Farewell, is one of 2019's best movies.
The creators of Arc Symphony discuss the game's incredible marketing campaign and the evolution of fan culture on the internet.
These games best captured the inclusive and experimental spirit of Different Games Toronto.
Toronto game developer Jon Remedios discusses his new local multiplayer game about stupid triangles.
Game developer Jarryd Huntley discusses his trip across international borders for TOJam 12.
The Toronto developer discusses the design evolution that occurred between Bleed and Bleed 2.
Our tour of PAX East concludes with some of the most offbeat and ambitious indie games of 2017.
The charming Chip's Challenge 2 is an engaging puzzle game that improbably lives up to the legacy of the original.
Earth Dream celebrates the environment without being preachy (mostly).
Don't let the name fool you, Indie Game: The Movie isn’t just something for gamers or geeks. The Kickstarter funded film follows several indie game designers as they struggle to complete their respective games - and it's a surprisingly familiar process. We sat down with filmmakers Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky to discuss how they came to make a movie about game development, their Sundance success, and about some of the criticism that has been leveled at the film.
Julie Doiron has been a familiar name within the Canadian indie folk-rock scenes for decades. In this interview with Doiron, we discuss her residency at Saving Gigi, living in Toronto, working on her next album and connecting with her audience.
When the air gets crisp, when the leaves turn colours and start to fall, the atmosphere noticeably changes. Generally around this time, I find people like to make a bit of a switch in the kind of music they listen to. Gone are the poppy summer hits and in come the warm and majestic folk-rock tunes. If you find that you're one of these people, then Toronto’s Parks & Rec will snuggle right in.
Montréal developer Polytron Corporation unveiled their mind-bending 2D/3D platformer FEZ last year and we haven’t heard much about it since. That is until the indie studio posted a brand new trailer for the game a few weeks ago. If you aren’t intrigued by this conceptually brilliant, multidimensional platformer… Well, then I guess I didn’t know you as […]