Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
The Indie Game Magazine (http://www.indiegamemag.com), the premier source of independent gaming news, reviews and culture, has just released its 23rd issue and reduced the price of its entire back catalog of print issues on MagCloud.
This issue features an amazing interview with the veteran game developers behind the upcoming RTS game, March on Oz. There’s also a feature article that looks at all the upcoming indie games for Nintendo's Wii U, previews of Intrusion 2, Cardinal Quest 2, and Steve Swink's Scale and tons of indie game reviews. Check out our reviews for Splice, Home, Ether Vapor, Velocity, Gratuitous Tank Battles, McPixel, Tiny and Big, Indie Game the Movie and more all in this colossal 46 page issue. Grab it now at http://www.indiegamemag.com/issue23/ !
The Indie Game Magazine recently became a monthly publication, after eliminating its print subscriptions. This month, IGM has been selected for MagCloud’s Advocate program and has reduced the price of its entire back catalog of print issues. Grab a print issue for cheap and read a free digital copy of that issue immediately: http://www.magcloud.com/referral/5206/publication/405625
IGM is available for single purchase as well as via subscription in both print and digital formats, as well as the iPhone and iPad. Our recently updated iPhone app is only $0.99 and features newsstand integration, embedded videos featuring indie game reviews, developer interviews and more. Check it out in the App Store: http://www.bit.ly/igmappns
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Indie Game Magazine (http://www.indiegamemag.com) is the premier source of news and culture for the independent gaming. Started in October 2008 and published monthly, IGM has matured into a definitive voice for the indie gaming scene. Combining no-nonsense reviews, in-depth reviews and long-form features with the leading lights of the industry, the magazine, like the games it covers, is independently owned and fiercely independent as it strives to highlight the artists and community behind what it deems the most creative branch of the video gaming universe.
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