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Most Anticipated Indie Games

Like it or not, the Indie Game revolution is upon us. We define an "indie" game as one that has been developed by an indie developer. In some cases indie games are backed by large companies such as Microsoft, Activision, or Sony, but at as long as the core development team is indie so is the game! The DRM Gamecast has compiled a list of our Most Anticipated Indie Games (in no order) that have a planned console release. Let us know what your most anticipated game is in the comment below!

The Fall

"Looks like a very interesting adventure game where you take control of an A.I. trying to save her pilot and while doing so it has to overcome her programming." - Rand
"The trailer puts off a The Swapper vibe when it comes to atmosphere, that's enough to get my attention" - Omega

Over The Moon Games:

The Fall is a unique blend of traditional adventure game puzzles and action, mixed together nicely and set in a world rich with atmosphere. Players of The Fall will find themselves, thinking, exploring, and sometimes fighting with the world and its unusual inhabitants.

Hyper Light Drifter

"I love me some Zelda and I can’t have that on the Xbox. Hyper Light Drifter looks like it will be the closest thing I can have to it and that leaves me very excited!" - Bond

Heart Machine:

Hyper Light Drifter is a 2D Action RPG in the vein of the best 8-bit and 16-bit classics, with modernized mechanics and designs on a much grander scale.

Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut

"QUBE looks like a stylized, complex version of Portal... and that sounds fucking awesome." - Magic

Toxic Games:

Q.U.B.E: DIRECTOR’S CUT is a brain-twisting first-person puzzler. Using special high-tech gloves to manipulate cubes in the environment, the player solves an array of conundrums - from physics-based challenges; to 3D jigsaws; to platform-based trials.


"From the creators of Limbo... nuff said." - Rand
"I'm always a sucker for the black and white noir style. Plus it's the spiritual successor to my favorite XBLA game." - Doa


Since the release of LIMBO in 2010, Playdead has been working very hard on their next game, INSIDE. Expect INSIDE in the first half of 2015, debuting on Xbox.

Doodle God 2

"Alchemy phone games are one of the few I play without achievements and the Doodle series is one of the best."     - Doa


The Next Generation of our unique Mixing-and-Matching gameplay is coming soon! The critically acclaimed Doodle God series takes a giant leap forward!

Magnetic Cage Closed

"Portal with a magnet gun instead of the portal gun. That pretty much sums up the look of the game and who doesnt love Portal!!!" - Bond

Guru Games:

Magnetic: Cage Closed is a first person puzzle game where the player manipulates magnetic forces to accomplish their goals. The mechanics are focused around a single tool: The Magnet Gun which allows you to create electromagnetic fields with either positive or negative charges.


"SUPER.....HOT.... Time only moves as you move in Superhot. That mechanic alone excites me but when you throw in the simplistic, contrasting art style I'm sold." - Magic


Superhot is a unique, stylish first-person shooter game where time moves only when you move. With this simple mechanic we've been able to create gameplay that's not all about reflexes - the player's main weapon is careful aiming and smart planning - while not compromising on the dynamic feeling of the game.

Space Engineers

"3 of my favorite things to do in video games are breaking stuff, building things and being in space. This game has all of those..." - Omega

Keen Software House:

Space Engineers is a sandbox game about engineering, construction and maintenance of space works. Players build space ships and space stations of various sizes and utilization (civil and military), pilot ships and perform asteroid mining. Space Engineers utilizes a realistic volumetric-based physics engine: all objects can be assembled, disassembled, damaged and destroyed. The game comes with two game modes: creative and survival.

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