Yes yes, you can read this review, it is safe. No trap guaranteed. Just click here to display it, then scroll down a little bit, then BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! Are you ok? If you are allergic to jump scares, perhaps you should not read
Anate Studio is a new developer that has just released their first title, Octave. 2D in nature, the game blends a healthy dose of point n’ click interaction with the gloomy overtones of a horror game. Octave plays and feels like something you
The cover art from Shiny’s steam page got my attention right away. I’m a sucker for interesting looking platformers. Just look at those cute little yellow eyes, they almost smile at you. My initial thought was that Shiny would be a fun
Race.a.bit is a very simple indie racing game that is fun at moments, but isn’t so good overall.
Halloween is upon us, and the game developers are unleashing hordes of evil horror games to trap our souls during the festivities. Exceptionally this year, many of those games are multi-player. Among them, White Noise 2 is being released on Early
What would it genuinely be like to set foot in another universe? How would you survive? What kind of tasks would you need to perform to survive on an Unclaimed World? This particular Unclaimed World is a colony simulator. As leader, you give
Plantera is a cute take on the clicker genre, a genre which is already gone beyond over populated with most of them being free to play. What does Plantera do to set itself apart from its competition, let’s find out.
Ballistic Tanks is a simple, yet engrossing arcade shooter that falls neatly into the category of ‘party games,’ meaning that it’s a game best played with friends; the more the better. A simplistic single player mode gives way to a
FIVE: Champions of Canaan is an isometric action arena video game developed and published by Kingdom Games.
Platforming has been a quintessential genre in videogames ever since we figured out that making something jump over a pit successfully was immensely fun, and there hasn’t been a better time to indulge in that feeling than the indie videogame age we