The highly anticipated Indonesia Game Awards has returned triumphantly in 2023, setting the stage to celebrate the zenith of gaming ingenuity, where visual splendor, auditory mastery, and overall gaming magic converge under the archipelago’s banner. The spotlight is firmly fixed on a roster of nominees, all born and bred within the vibrant Indonesian game development […]
Join us on an adventure through the mesmerizing world of A Space for the Unbound video game. Our comprehensive review covers gameplay, graphics, and immersive story-line. Get a glimpse into the mechanics, features and find out if this indie game is worth the hype.
Fans who watched the Nintendo Indie World showcase last night had good news to look forward to. Two of Indonesia’s most anticipated indie titles showed new gameplay and announced a release date: A Space for the Unbound and Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly.
In a joint press release and via public social media channels, the Indonesian game studios Toge Productions and Mojiken Studios announced that the release of their upcoming title, A Space For The Unbound, will be delayed indefinitely. The reason for postponing the 90s slice-of-life adventure is a dispute with the publisher PQube Games.
The unusual and delightfully good-looking pixel adventure A Space For The Unbound is to be released later this year. As part of the MIX Showcase, publisher PQube has shown a new trailer for the Indonesian slice-of-life narrative adventure, which offers more gameplay but raises more story questions than answers.
Sometimes it’s only short moments that have a big impact: When The Past Is Around is just a short game, but rarely has the experience been so impressive and emotional. This point ‘n click adventure by Mojiken Studio from Indonesia tells a story about love, loss, pain, and moving on, which doesn’t get lost in depression but also manages to remember and celebrate the beautiful things in life.