Enter a vibrant fantasy world and exit Existensis inspired.
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 classic that most of us get to experience for the first time
An interesting twist on the base game
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, boring platformer game with cheap mechanics towards the end of the game.
April. The month that starts with lying. Like many Early Access launches and more than a few game pitches. Luckily, the privileged and payed α/β Early Access testing we do for the developers can steer and alter the course of roadmaps, a catch-all
Although it has problems in the starting area, Narita Boy proves to be an enjoyable game with its combat.
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.