Tag: procedural

Jun
10

REVIEW: Straimium Immortaly

Mashing up multiple genres, it’s difficult to sum up just what this game is and how it plays. Please follow and like us:

Mar
23

REVIEW: Neon Chrome

An action-roguelike from the creators of Xenoraid, Neon Chrome is a twin-stick shooter that sees you climbing your way through a procedural tower on your way to defeat the Overseer at the top.  Big on action, it’s filled with a […]

Mar
14

REVIEW: Xenon Valkyrie

I have to say, Xenon Valkyrie rather caught me by surprise. In my seemingly unending quest to find more good games with roguelike elements and procedural hilarity, I was surprised to see what at first glance appeared to be something […]

Feb
11

GAME SPOTLIGHT: ATOMINE

ATOMINE is a twin stick procedural shooter rogue-like set in a virtual world with minimalist design, where the player recounts on the screen the real events of STUXNET, the first weapon ever created in the form of computer virus. In every run the […]

Dec
29

PREVIEW: Unexplored

Action roguelikes, or “roguelites”, however you want to put it, have become quite the popular thing lately.  Many of them go with all sorts of different gameplay concepts, but the focus is usually purely on the action… a far cry […]

Nov
15

REVIEW: Xenoraid

Xenoraid is an interesting beast… certainly different from the usual fare within it’s genre. In many shmup games, the focus really is on dodging more than anything else.  Actually hitting the enemy with your attacks in most games is practically […]