The parade has been ruined, and the people of Warlock Woods are at a loss. This sounds like a case for the Frog Detective!
Frantic, frustrating, but often fun. Traffic management where you build the tracks.
A half-step back towards the formula of the original, Train Valley seems a little confused about what it seeks to be.
A terrifying world full of supernatural evils awaits you, but at least you’re getting paid for it.
Although rough around the edges, and still rough on the eyes and ears, Queen’s Wish may be Spiderweb Software’s most well-paced adventure to date.
A useful list for your next party! I have been reviewing Party Games for 4 players on a single screen on PC for several years. In a not-so-distant past, the Nintendo consoles were a exclusive home to the whole genre, […]
When life has got you down along the tracks, take ten minutes with RAILED and you’ll feel like a contractor who gets the job done after everything when so horribly wrong in your favor.
Somewhere between an entrepreneur’s wet dream and a programmer’s nightmare, Tech Corp. is a management sim that offers a lot of big ideas with some assembly required.
The Gardens Between takes a simple method of puzzling and manages to make it something notable, which is an achievement in and of itself.
Yeli Orog manages to create a short-but-immersive, realistic, Lovecraftian experience that brings to mind several of its classic peers. Though held back by two problematic puzzles, the game is presently being offered for free, easily making it an attractive diversion.