Thank you so much for joining us here at Indie Games Plus, the New Game + of IndieGames.com!
We’re very excited for you to be here. Let me frank, though. We need your help with what we hope to do.
IndieGamesPlus.com is a Patreon-funded look into the world of indie games and their development, continuing to provide coverage of unique games, interviews with the artists who created them, and reviews and editorials that delve into the nuances of many titles. Our goal is to find the games few are talking about and give them the spotlight they deserve, promoting the variety, inclusivity, and heart that is poured into these works.
We also aim to move beyond the newest releases, opening our doors to games of all ages. Too many incredible works get left by the wayside because they were missed during their launch window. We aim to highlight any and all evocative games, regardless of when they were released. Please contact us at email@example.com with your work, no matter when it was released!
In that spirit, we have also introduced a Random Post section on IndieGamesPlus, which highlights a random legacy post from IndieGames.com‘s twelve year history, introducing readers to unique games from years before. These games were worth playing then, and they’re well worth playing now.
We are also on the lookout for other perspectives in games and in our writers. We are striving to cover works from artists of all walks of life from across the world, and are actively seeking out digital experiences from LGBTQIA creators, artists with disabilities, and developers of color. Marginalized voices deserve to be heard, and we hope to give them a welcoming home at IndieGamesPlus. Again, please message us with your work at firstname.lastname@example.org!
For our readers as well, we look to make IndieGamesPlus a safe, welcoming space for all, one where we treat each other with kindness and respect. We will make every effort and rigorously moderate the site and its content to make this a comfortable place, one where we can grow together as artists and players.
To these ends, we ask that you consider donating to our Patreon. Even $2 goes a long way to helping us pay our writers and bring on more diverse game journalists to broaden our coverage and views of games and their meanings. We welcome your support in any way you can give it, though, and hope you will continue along with us on this amazing journey through what games can be.