An atmospheric cyberpunk shooter with interesting comic book aesthetics and a pumping soundtrack. Gameplay feels a little repetitive but the story is short enough to keep your interest.
A deceptively charming city builder wrapped into a slightly obtuse puzzle management game.
Although there’s a charming aspect to how the game looks, the UI and controls hamper the experience from the very beginning.
For those who have conquered the Dark Souls games, this will feel like a 2D younger sibling that’s not as hard or refined. It’s a pretty good game regardless, and warrants a playthrough.
An interesting coop-versus real-time strategy, with beer
Sparklite is a charming game that leaves you wanting more
Stranded Sails – Explorers of the Cursed Islands: A Great Adventure For Children, but Adults May Be Disappointed
Sailing somewhere between a game and a therapy session, Solo: Islands of the Heart asks a lot of you to enjoy a niche experience.
RIOT:Civil Unrest takes momentous global conflicts and reduces them to a simplistic pixelated tug-of-war, lobbing in a few Molotov cocktails for dramatic effect.
Crimson Keep is a first person action RPG. Descend into an ever-changing labyrinth full of monsters, traps, treasure, repetition, missing content, broken achievements, and terrible RNG.