Wilmington, DE– February 23, 2010–It’s almost March, which means a new issue of the Indie Game Magazine is available to read and purchase now. The Indie Game Mag is the only magazine focused on the creative and unique indie game community. Issue 9 of IGM features an in depth look at Wolfire Games and their upcoming indie title: Overgrowth. Overgrowth is the sequel to Lugaru, which is reviewed in this issue along with the IGF nominated Eufloria, Aaaa! A Reckless Disregard for Gravity, Critter Crunch and 11 other indie games! There are also developer interviews, and the 3rd part of our Guide to Indie Game Development. What are you waiting for? Buy this issue now and support indie games and the geeks who write about them. The March/April Issue of the Indie Game Magazine is now available online at

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About the Indie Game Mag

Based in Wilmington, DE, The Indie Game Mag is a small independent publishing company with a passion for video games and specifically the indie game community. The magazine was started in October of 2008 and in its first year partnered with HP Magcloud, Zinio, Target, Pixel-Mags and others. The Indie Game Mag strives to highlight the artists and community behind the most creative video games. For more information on the Indie Game Magazine, please visit the magazine’s homepage at or contact us for an interview or more information.


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