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Game Tunnel is Back and Better than Ever

Posted by Dave Seaman on Tuesday, 2 August 2011

PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 2, 2011- Game Tunnel ( returns with new content, new features, and a new look. Game Tunnel was actually one of the first independent game review sites founded back in 2003. The site fell on hard times in 2009/2010, but now it’s back, redesigned and better than ever. Game Tunnel is no longer just a monthly indie game review site. GT strives to be an independent gaming hub that users can visit every day to discover a new indie game. 

Game Tunnel was purchased by the Indie Game Magazine back in March of 2011. IGM headed up a Kickstarter campaign and raised over $3500 to redesign, market and relaunch After months of work and a tremendous showing of support, GT is back and better than ever. 

Mike Gnade, founder of IGM, says, “Game Tunnel has always been very personal to me since it helped me discover indie games back in 2005. I loved Game Tunnel’s monthly reviews and would check the site every month to see what games were featured at the top. I am thrilled to be involved in the new site’s triumphant return!” 

The new GT is built to be a HUB for indie gamers and developers. The site is part review site, part indie game database with a dash of news and deals. The site is designed for gamers to discover a new great indie game every day. GT’s new rating system allows the best games to float to the top. The site was also redesigned to be an excellent FREE resource for indie game developers. Indie Game Developers can submit their game for review, add their game to the website, and they can even sell their game. 

Registration for gamers and game developers is completely free at You can support Game Tunnel by purchasing games via our website or by advertising on the website. 

Game Tunnel ( is the web’s home for independent video games. Game Tunnel was one of the first sites to provide news, reviews, previews and coverage of indie video games when it was founded back in 2002. It returns as a virtual tunnel to the independent underground. Intended for game lovers of all ages, Game Tunnel gives readers information about truly amazing and distinctive games you won’t find anywhere else and offers independent game developers great marketing and advertising tools for their games. 

Indie Game Magazine ( is the premier source of news and culture for the independent gaming. Started in October 2008 and published bi-monthly by Mike Gnade, 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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