Issue 23: July 2012 is Available Now

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In this explosive issue of IGM, we interview the veteran game developers behind the upcoming RTS game, March of Oz, take a look at all the upcoming indie games for Nintendo’s Wii U, preview Intrusion 2, Cardinal Quest 2, and Steve Swink’s Scale and review a ton of awesome new independent games. 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.

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Issue 23: July 2012

Indie Game Magazine: Issue 23: July 2012

In this explosive issue of IGM, we interview the veteran game developers behind the upcoming RTS game, March of Oz, take a look at all the upcoming indie games for Nintendo’s Wii U, preview Intrusion 2, Cardinal Quest 2, and Steve Swink’s Scale and review a ton of awesome new independent games.…

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