Tag: pixel graphics

Sep
13

REVIEW: Death’s Gambit

An action platformer with a strong emphasis on combat that takes a lot of inspiration from the Souls series, but does it have what it takes to stand out on its own?

Sep
01

PREVIEW: MoonQuest

After around seven years of development, a successful Kickstarter campaign, and even a name change, MoonQuest has finally arrived on Steam.

Aug
10

REVIEW: Purgatory II

Welcome to Purgatory… II! Enjoy your stay! You will be grinding here for a long time.

Jul
17

REVIEW: Mercenary Kings Reloaded

When the evil forces of an organization called CLAW have occupied a secret island, it’s time to tie your bandanna and free the world of another menace.

Jun
28

PREVIEW: Paper Dungeons Crawler

Paper Dungeons Crawler melds a new runic system into the roguelike genre, and it also offers a couple more unique systems to the mix. Let’s take a dive into Cyndaria and see what we can unearth.

Jun
26

REVIEW: STAY

Quinn, I think I know who kidnapped you. It was the developers!

Jun
10

REVIEW: Catmaze

Catmaze is one of those games that seems that it isn’t getting the attention that it deserves, even though it’s a bit rough around the edges.

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.

Nov
15

REVIEW: The Scrungeon Depths

The Scrungeon Depths is a real-time dungeon crawl with rogue-like elements, which leaves you wading through piles of pixel-graphic bodies as you try to dodge vicious monsters and game-breaking bugs.

Oct
11

REVIEW: Let Them Come

Let Them Come puts you in control of Rock Gunar and his tripod-mounted machine gun, then lets you mow down wave after wave of mindless mutant pixel creatures.