Peaky Blinders: Mastermind has a unique concept with you being able to rewind and fast forward time to execute perfect coordination.
Murder mysteries with deck building roguelite mechanics. Is there anything that can’t be turned into a deckbuilding roguelite?
An open-world feature might not be something that is commonly used in puzzle games, but A Monster’s Expedition does it very well. It allows you to see a puzzle game from a new perspective.
A man has to relive the same few minutes of his evening that goes terribly bad, each time hoping to change things and escape the loop.
It has been a long road getting from there to here. It has been a long time but my time is finally near and I can feel the change in the wind right now, nothing’s in my way…actually this road is starting to feel too long… time is running
Not as one-note as it might first appear
A casual point and click game with a colourful presentation about nightmares coming to life.
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.
Is it hot in here or is it just the fire?
Challenging, frustrating and rewarding in equal measures. Glyph will have you swearing and rage quitting. It might even ruin your day, but you’ll probably come back for more!