12 of Itch.io’s best, weirdest, and most fascinating indie PC games April 7, 2017 Jared Newman Uncategorized It's Steam for the indie crowdImage by Jared Newman/IDGOver the past few years, the gaming portal Itch.io has been making a name for itself as the indie antithesis to Steam. There are no barriers to entry for game developers, unlike with Valve's storefront. Additional features, such as the ability to tip creators, has turned Itch.io into a breeding ground for games that are off the beaten path. Spending a few hours on the site (or in its PC app) is a fine way to expand your sense of what games can do.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Facebook Twitter Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn E-Mail About The Author Comments are closed. Recent Posts Farewell, AIM: AOL Instant Messenger has signed off permanently Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition review: Taming Vega’s flaws with brute force How Microsoft is wading into ‘fake news’ with Bing opinion-based search results Bosch Connected Control BCC100 Wi-Fi thermostat review: Pretty to look at, easy to program Star Wars gift guide: Top picks for fans who are tech geeks BrandPost: Tomorrow’s workforce, today. Orchestrated by CDW. BrandPost: Less-risky business. Orchestrated by CDW.