Tag: indie

Oct
20

REVIEW: Megaquarium

Hey! Have you ever wanted to run your very own Aquarium? Do you think you know your Parrotfish from your Neon Tetra? I might just have the ideal game for you. Read on…

Oct
19

PREVIEW: Big Day

Big Day is an isometric shooter with a focus on loot where you play as Pancho, just another random guy caught in the middle of yet another zombie outbreak whose only goal is to be reunited with his daughter.

Oct
18

REVIEW: Kingdom Rush Origins

The most addicting tower defence game returns in an all-new prequel adventure – welcome to Kingdom Rush Origins! Fans of the series can now play the game in glorious high definition. But how’s the PC port you ask? Read on..

Oct
17

REVIEW: Juliäntli

Juliäntli is a small rhythm game about clicking on ducks while listening to duck techno. Are you ready for tons of quacking? QUACK!!

Oct
15

REVIEW: 60 Parsecs!

The long-awaited sequel to 60 Seconds! is finally here, and now you get to play as survivors of a nuclear holocaust in space.

Oct
01

REVIEW: Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt, where you can channel your inner Van Helsing, hunt down the monsters terrorizing a small village, and uncover something much more sinister.

Sep
29

REVIEW: HEVN

HEVN is an extremely hard nut to crack, not because it’s convoluted, but because it seems to deliberately make your time with it as cumbersome as possible.

Sep
27

REVIEW: Depth of Extinction

With a deep dive into a quality turn-based strategy game Depth of Extinction melds retro looks with hardcore permadeath. Are you up to the challenge? Read on…

Sep
23

REVIEW: Freedom Planet -Nintendo Switch

Blast to the Colorful Past.

Sep
22

REVIEW: Afghanistan ’11: Royal Marines

Afghanistan ‘11 came out early last year, and after being pretty well received across the board by fans of wargames, the game is now back with a few new additions.