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    I'm looking towards the year ahead of us and all the promising indie titles of 2015 that could potentially be the sort of games that we will be reminiscing about this time next year. I was originally aiming for 50 games split into two articles, but the more I dig around the more uncertain I become of being able to trim the list down that low. As to whether or not any of these games will be good, well, I guess we'll just need to wait until 2016 to see just how accurate this list actually was.

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    On October 27th, developer Oovee Game Studios released a major update to the popular off-road driving simulator Spintires. While the update does address some technical issues, specifically issues with some of the multiplayer functionality, the main feature of this patch is the addition of peripheral support.

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    2013 was a great year for indie games and now that it is gone, we’re excited for what the next year has in store for us. Some previously unknown names of both studios and individual designers were thrust in the spotlight over the last year gaining recognition and revenue for their amazing craftsmanship. Proteus smashed orthodox views of what defines a game and Don’t Starve dazzled gamers with its stellar use of hand-drawn artwork. Some genres evolved throughout the entire year; the multitude of innovative puzzle-types released last year includes some amazing experiences like Antichamber and Papers, Please. We saw interesting new ways of delivering narrative, way more art styles than we could ever count, and an overall sense that designers were now truly willing to step outside of the box when it came to designing new game play mechanics and challenging the established norms. Now we turn our gaze to the future to see what great things will come from the artists out there creating experiences for those of us who love what they do. In no particular order, here is what we at IGS are most excited about.

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    As the indie games market continues to grow, all-stars that depict the best of what critics and players alike have come to expect of indie titles begin to appear. Many gaming fans include Faster Than Light (FTL) and the Penumbra series among the stand outs. Narrative designer Tom Jubert developed much of the experience that those games are known for, and has recently released The Swapper which is receiving plenty of critical acclaim itself for its puzzles and storytelling techniques.

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    I'm looking towards the year ahead of us and all the promising indie titles of 2015 that could potentially be the sort of games that we will be reminiscing about this time next year. I was originally aiming for 50 games split into two articles, but the more I dig around the more uncertain I become of being able to trim the list down that low. As to whether or not any of these games will be good, well, I guess we'll just need to wait until 2016 to see just how accurate this list actually was.

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    I'm looking towards the year ahead of us and all the promising indie titles of 2015 that could potentially be the sort of games that we will be reminiscing about this time next year. I was originally aiming for 50 games split into two articles, but the more I dig around the more uncertain I become of being able to trim the list down that low. As to whether or not any of these games will be good, well, I guess we'll just need to wait until 2016 to see just how accurate this list actually was.

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    I'm looking towards the year ahead of us and all the promising indie titles of 2015 that could potentially be the sort of games that we will be reminiscing about this time next year. I was originally aiming for 50 games split into two articles, but the more I dig around the more uncertain I become of being able to trim the list down that low. As to whether or not any of these games will be good, well, I guess we'll just need to wait until 2016 to see just how accurate this list actually was.

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    With our earlier coverage of Merchant it seems that a trend is and has been growing where more and more games are allowing players the opportunity to step into the shows of what have been background characters or even NPC’s in many games. Where Merchant lets you play as the typical fantasy item shop manager, Orcish Inn has players serving drinks, raising crops, and managing a busy (hopefully) tavern full of thirsty Orcs.

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