Tag: indie

Apr
17

REVIEW: DragonFangZ – The Rose & Dungeon of Time

Rejoice! Finally, after waiting years, a Mystery Dungeon style roguelike hits the PC. DragonFangZ bares its teeth. Let’s take a look.

Apr
09

REVIEW: Boo! Greedy Kid

Boo! Greedy Kid is a casual indie puzzler with a very simple-to-understand, yet challenging levels.

Mar
20

REVIEW: Bio Inc. Redemption

Bio Inc. Redemption is a fun disease simulator, which lets you either fight for the patient’s life or evolve the disease enough for them to die. The choice is yours.

Mar
17

PREVIEW: Party Hard Tycoon

Party Hard Tycoon is an Early Access game with incredible graphics, catchy music, and not very catchy gameplay.

Mar
08

REVIEW: Haque

Oooh we spoil you. The golden age of PC roguelikes is here. Let’s take a good look at Haque. An interesting and refreshing take on the genre.

Jan
06

REVIEW: A Hat in Time

Hats off to this 3D platformer, which is one or two steps away from being a classic.

Dec
22

REVIEW: Morphite

Morphite describes itself as a “casual atmospheric FPS, inspired by the classics”.  While I agree with that assertion for the most part, I can also safely say that this is a perfect case of a missed opportunity to make something […]

Dec
17

REVIEW: Rage Quest

This quirky real-time RPG lampoons the internet, and does it with style.

Dec
11

REVIEW: Chaos Souls

Visualnoveler’s Chaos Souls aspires itself to be in the vein of the Dark Souls series and tries to put the core mechanics into a 2.5D action side scroller, but it fails quite badly at it.

Dec
02

REVIEW: Bannerman

Bannerman is what happens when someone tries to make a game with an engaging combat system while focusing on that gameplay element alone and ignoring the rest.