Metropolis: Lux Obscura is a short, but interesting “Match 3” game with an amazing comic style look and a somewhat interesting story to tell. Note: the art in this game can sometimes be of a sexual nature.
Tokyo-based publisher, Chorus Worldwide, is delighted to announce that its charming mobile hit, RPGolf – developed by ArticNet – is out now on Steam.
Our hero seeks out druids’ wisdom to understand the strange visions she’s seeing and has to embark on a quest to save the world from an evil necromancer.
Mario Party, without Mario and without the party.
Boo! Greedy Kid is a casual indie puzzler with a very simple-to-understand, yet challenging levels.
Make Sail lets you build your own boat and sail it in a strange fantasy water world where seagulls guard islands and jellyfish can be harvested for energy.
North is a new walking sim on the PS4, previously released on Steam. It’s very odd and not particularly long, but it does stick to exactly what the store description says it does.
My Lovely Daughter introduces an amnesiac alchemist and his dead daughter, and piles of dead homunculi, betrayed by the father that they thought loved them.
Do you like cats? Do you like bouncing cats? Do you like bouncing cat puzzlers? Then read on.
FoxyLand is a somewhat difficult platformer with cute graphics and interesting levels. While this game brings nothing new to the genre, it should keep you busy for a couple of hours.