Another great and gripping sci-fi story about a highly probable dystopian future to add to your list.
The third episode of Song of Horror doesn’t provide the same thrill as we’ve come to expect from the first two, but at least technical issues didn’t rear their ugly head this time.
An innovative and mind-bending 2D puzzle game that every puzzle lover should look into.
I swear Darksiders manages to change itself every iteration and keep my love and support for it.
Naughty goose! Such a naughty goose. Now go steal someone’s lunch and run like the wind!
Zachtronics, maker of such classic programming-like puzzle games as SpaceChem and Opus Magnum is back with a game… honestly a lot like both those games.
A side-scrolling adventure game with time travel elements that seems to fall short of its ambitions.
A big leap over the previous two games, We Were Here Together is pretty much one of the best puzzle games around… if you have friends to play with.
Return to the world of Song of Horror for its second chapter as it brings in some interesting new ideas, but doesn’t quite live up to the first episode’s nearly flawless experience.
A short puzzle game set in the underworld and done in an old-school pixel style.