These games best captured the inclusive and experimental spirit of Different Games Toronto.
Toronto game developers share their experiences at TOJam 12: What Twelves Below.
The annual student showcase highlighted the work of the brightest game design students in the province.
Bootdisk Revolution's kinetic sequel improves on the original with excellent gameplay and endless replayability.
Our tour of PAX East concludes with some of the most offbeat and ambitious indie games of 2017.
From racing horror to co-op stealth, we're back with more of the best games from PAX East.
We made the trek to Boston for PAX East 2017. These are some of the highlights from Day 1.
In We Are Chicago, poor technical execution undercuts a game with good intentions.
The Toronto festival showcases films that explore the artistic boundaries of Virtual Reality.
Four Sided Fantasy is an excellent puzzle platformer that takes full advantage of its unique premise.
The final installment of TIFF's POP series showcased a series of experimental films that make the most of Virtual Reality.
VR trivializes important subject matter when it calls attention to the technology rather than the material.
The first of three summer VR events highlights music and art in virtual reality.
Axon Interactive's Tabby Rose and Jeff Rose discuss the all-ages inspirations for their debut game Quench.