Clunky movement aside, Tetragon manages to create a beautiful-looking puzzle platformer with the right difficulty. Puzzles are not too hard but still manages to leave you stumped at times.
Papo & Yo excels at its subtle storytelling and breathtaking backgrounds. It’s more aimed at casual players who are looking for something magical in their mundane world.
Greak: Memories of Azur’s controls can be challenging to learn, mostly because of its unique mechanics, but you’ll appreciate the game even more once you get it covered.
No need to decide between a 2D or a top-down game if it’s both.
A relaxing and a reflective journey through a lost civilization. An interesting array of creatures, the sumptuous soundtrack, and the colorful aesthetics make the trip worth the effort.
A sad journey through a decaying world.
Although the idea behind INK isn’t a bad one, with controls that don’t feel precise and such basic gameplay, it doesn’t make for a game worth playing.
An attractive 2d puzzle game with a futuristic feel. Out of the Line delivers on aesthetics and atmosphere but could prove to be a little too easy for puzzle enthusiasts.
If you like puzzle platformers, jump into the fabric universe of Where’s Samantha?, a seemingly well-stitched together, engaging yarn with puzzles containing many fun ways to dye.
A short, nice puzzle game where you can pause the screen and move between them. Puzzles are cleverly designed to rack your brain.