From Strategyinformer.com: "The past few years have been pretty good to the indie spectrum. Not that it’s gotten any easier making a living from pouring your heart and soul and blood and sweat and tears into what is ultimately a pet project or a wild idea. Crafted in whatever spare time you can muster under the dimly lit concrete walls of your mates’ dad’s garage. Maintaining a stringent diet of super noodles and caffeine. But the term ‘indie’ has at least cemented itself in the mainstream lexicon of late. This has meant in turn that the overall attitude towards indies has shifted, thus widening the scope as to how we actually define a ‘videogame’. Games like Tiger Squid’s Beyond Eyes push those boundaries further still. And I for one am glad of it.".