Tag: indie

Jun
28

REVIEW: Dawn of Andromeda

A real-time 4X space strategy game that throws free play out of the window for pre-defined missions. Sounds interesting, but how well does it excute all this?

Jun
22

REVIEW: Gluon

With very few mediocre points in its favor and a massive quantity of points against it, this game should really be an early access title, or rather IT IS an early access in disguise. Do not waste your money and […]

Jun
11

REVIEW: Badass Hero

Badass Hero is a roguelite platformer set in a comic book universe, packed with a procedural generation of levels. While simple, roguelite fans will find it addictive.

Jun
09

REVIEW: Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King

From the minds behind Rex Rocket comes another retro homage.

Jun
04

REVIEW: Ghost Blade HD

Ghost Blade HD is a fairly typical bullet-hell shmup, not really doing anything new, instead sticking to a solid foundation that has been used well by many games in the genre. Unfortunately, it suffers from a few problems that really […]

May
23

REVIEW: A Hole New World

A Hole New World is a throwback to the old days of the NES era, from which it draws a lot of inspiration.

May
23

REVIEW: Shadows Peak

A decent horror exploration game with some well-done elements, undermined by imperfections and some unexplainable level design choices.