Tag: indie

Jun
22

REVIEW: Shift Quantum

Shift Quantum is a new game of the popular Shift series. With an enormous number of levels and even a story, it’s definitely one of the best puzzle platformers out there.

Jun
22

REVIEW: Juicy Realm

Juicy Realm is a little fun twin-stick shooter that is extremely pleasing to the eyes but lacks any real substance.

Jun
18

REVIEW: Tales of Maj’Eyal and Forbidden Cults DLC

Tales of Maj’Eyal is a popular roguelike RPG game with an incredible amount of content. Its new DLC called Forbidden Cults adds two more races, new classes, and a bunch of new zones.

Jun
15

REVIEW: Fugue In Void

View a top-tier art installation in the comfort of your own living room. Draw the curtains, put on some headphones, sit back and journey into another world…this is Fugue in Void

Jun
10

REVIEW: Catmaze

Catmaze is one of those games that seems that it isn’t getting the attention that it deserves, even though it’s a bit rough around the edges.

May
29

REVIEW: Vandals

Vandals is a cute puzzle game, with beautiful graphics and gameplay similar to Hitman GO.

May
27

REVIEW: Earthlock

Earthlock draws its inspiration from classic JRPG’s of the 90’s, yet with a modern graphic look and feel to the gameplay.  It has the most flexible option set I have ever seen and as you progress through the game, you’ll […]

May
18

PREVIEW: Bloody Trapland 2: Curiosity

Following the success of the first game, Bloody Trapland 2: Curiosity comes along with more hardcore platforming action.

May
14

REVIEW: Metropolis: Lux Obscura

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.

May
11

REVIEW: Last Encounter

While Last Encounter has all of the trappings of a good game, it is unfortunately marred by some pretty heavy drawbacks that drag down the entire experience.