Inspector Waffles is the cat’s meow, hitting the sweet spot for fun in point-and-click adventure games.
Although it has problems in the starting area, Narita Boy proves to be an enjoyable game with its combat.
This game is horrendously repetitive and boring, with a veneer of cuteness plastered over it.
The lack of a proper follow-up and repetitiveness makes the interesting game not shine at its fullest.
Minoria presents you with dark-themed areas and stories where you must use your quick reflexes against the enemies that are standing in your way.
The best post apocalyptic pen & paper RPG yet?
A casual and relaxing puzzle for puzzle lovers, although the price might be too much for its short playtime.
Having to puzzle out all of the game’s mechanics on your own is quite a hindrance for a puzzle game with such particular mechanics and rules.
Hmm… you look different. Did you do something to your hair?
There are definitely areas where Dogworld stumbles, such as some overly difficult moments and a lackluster conclusion, but overall it’s a pretty good boy.