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.
A sci-fi puzzle platformer where we play as a sentient jelly blob and everything is out to kill us.
A big, bland, almost empty world, hemmed in by overbearing fog and filled with repetition.
A beautiful adventure into the mythology of classical Greece marred only by its occasional journey into the hidden object genre.
If the first episode is an indicator of things to come, this psychological horror experience is one that fans of the genre will not want to miss.
Applewood is 40% classic platformer, 40% a challenging puzzler, and 20% a spectacular bullet-hell, and 100% of it is an amazing and gratifying experience from start till the end.
A singular vision realized. The impossible made possible. Jump into the infinite. Jump into Manifold Garden.
Although it is a promising early look at what could one day be a great entry into the survival horror genre, Fear the Dark Unknown’s demo has enough flaws to scare me away in its current state.