Tag: platform

Dec
13

REVIEW: Schatte ~The Witch and the Fake Shadow~

Schatte ~The Witch and the Fake Shadow~ is an adventure platformer about a witch trying to rescue the world from an evil demon.  The game introduces an interesting gameplay mechanic, but all that is badly affected by an over-simplification of […]

Sep
30

REVIEW: Hob

Huge open-world isometric 3D adventure puzzle platformer from the Torchlight team. Super slick and sophisticated, great graphics, absorbing gameplay.

Aug
18

REVIEW: Pixel Sand

Pixel Sand is a classic 2D platformer which introduces new and interesting mechanics to the usual formula.

Mar
02

REVIEW: Langoth

Langoth is a minimalistic 3D platform / exploration game. The title starts by stating that our world the “real world”, is nothing else than an incredibly advanced simulation, which now has been corrupted by an unknown virus, so every sentient […]

Jan
07

REVIEW: Vulture Island

Vulture island is an old school side scroller with platforming mechanics in an adventurous world, similar to that of the Super Mario Brothers games.

Dec
16

REVIEW: King Lucas

King Lucas is 2.5D metroidvania style game which focuses on King Lucas and his quest. Does it does live up to its royal name or impales itself onto its own spikes, let’s find out:

Nov
22

REVIEW: Cursed Castilla

Cursed Castilla could be a spin-off from Ghosts n Goblins, an arcade title of 1985. You know, those ridiculously difficult games designed to eat your coins by making you die over and over until you mastered the game and could […]

Nov
09

REVIEW: Goo Saga – HD Edition

Goo Saga – HD Edition is a 2016 platformer game by Toka Loka Games. A casual platformer with a cheery and cute art style, and a port of a mobile game with the same name, hence the “HD Edition” comes […]

Oct
13

REVIEW: Four Sided Fantasy

This is a platform puzzler with a unique twist. The 4 edges of the screen can be ‘wrapped’ so that your character disappears off one edge and appears on the opposite side, then you let go of the ‘lock’ for […]

Oct
12

REVIEW: Trials of Azra

This is a platform/adventure puzzler with 16-bit graphics. Before you say “meh” and move on, let me tell you that this game is so much more than its label suggests. I confess to having always been biased against low-res games […]