"An enjoyable astronomical experience."
"If you take away the shark-themed coat of paint, it just becomes a game you’ve played many, many, MANY times before."
"Sure, Relicta doesn't look pretty on Nintendo Switch but its ingenious puzzle design more than makes up for it."
"A replication of something better."
"Certainly one to try out if you're a fan of the genre."
"Dicey Dungeons knows what it is trying to do and fully takes advantage of its lighter tone."
Fans of the classic manga/anime Death Note will likely enjoy the premise of Death and Taxes. You are a grim reaper and your sole purpose is to decide who
The era of 2D racing has all but died with Mario Kart and Grand Turismo and all their cohorts storming forward into the era of 3D, action-packed tracks. For all
Shantae: Risky’s Revenge Director’s Cut is the definitive edition of the 2010 DsiWare hit that revived WayForward’s Shantae franchise from deep obscurity. The original game was a
Truth be told, I haven’t experienced the franchise’s debut, Electronic Super Joy, but the sequel is fun in its own right, if not a little tedious.
Röki isn’t just an indie adventure into Scandinavian folklore, it’s an enchanted modern fairy tale brought to life by sublime artwork and a melodic score that
Run a manufacturing workshop where you fulfill client contracts for an assortment of items from toys, furniture, catapults, and sporting goods. Little Big Workshop is a fun little resource management
It’s pretty clear from the get-go that Unrailed! is an abstract mish-mash of neat ideas hurled at the canvas from the developers given that the main menu isn’t
Breakpoint’s neon sign shoots out after a quick axe to the shin, revealing a minimalistic rogue-lite with oodles of charm and polish. Imagine the feeling of booting up Space
Party Hard 2 should not exist. The entire premise is mass murder of civilians in public places; a disgusting prospect in general, but even more so due to the senselessness
The classic jump-y puzzle games of the internet’s hay-day that you would boot up in the middle of class when your teacher wasn’t looking are a nostalgic treasure
Following the triumph of the Portal-like Superliminal, it’s a treat to have yet another abstract puzzle game to sink your teeth into. Manifold Garden is wonderful, with its
Serious Scramblers tests the player’s knowledge of 2D arcade platformers, having you not jump but fall downward from one platform to the next. Make your way to the
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