Tag: local

Jul
13

REVIEW: Ball Grabbers

Outstretch both arms and grab ’em balls.

Nov
06

REVIEW: No Heroes Here

There is a castle to defend, and those cannons ain’t gonna man themselves. Bring your friends to help!

Mar
26

REVIEW: Death’s Hangover

Have Fun Storming The Castle

Mar
23

REVIEW: Neon Chrome

An action-roguelike from the creators of Xenoraid, Neon Chrome is a twin-stick shooter that sees you climbing your way through a procedural tower on your way to defeat the Overseer at the top.  Big on action, it’s filled with a […]

Feb
22

REVIEW: POLYCRUSHER

POLYCRUSHER is a fun indie shooter that is meant for playing with your friends in local co-op mode.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Metal Tales: Fury of the Guitar Gods

Metal Tales: Fury of the Guitar Gods is a top-down, rogue-like, twin-stick shooter. The game is in the same vein as “The Binding of Issac” or “Pixel Boy and the Ever Expanding Dungeon”. The game reminds me a lot of […]

Feb
11

REVIEW: THOTH

My thumbs were aching slightly after an hour of playing THOTH. Look for an angle, look for a way around, try not to smash into a moving obstacle, and then “bam!” you are toast. It is a one hit instant […]

Jan
22

REVIEW: 8-Bit Hordes

This is the second title (by release date) within Petroglyph’s 8-Bit series and as soon as you start playing it one thing becomes clear: it’s a homage to both classic Command & Conquer as well as Warcraft RTS’ from back […]

Jan
21

REVIEW: Woodle Tree 2: Worlds

Woodle Tree 2: Worlds is a 3D open-world platform / exploration game set in a very colorful and bright fantasy world, populated with a variety of creatues, including sentient leaves, flying squirrels and others.

Jan
10

REVIEW: Operation Hardcore

Operation Hardcore is a 2D side-scrolling stick shooter with some modern twists, but still heavily inspired by old classics of the same genre like, for example, Contra.