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Mar
26

REVIEW: Synthetik

Synthetik is wonderfully crafted top down roguelike shooter that is one of the best I’ve seen in ages. At its price point it offers a ton of content, and will grant dozens of hours of fun to the lovers of […]

Nov
12

REVIEW: Hand of Fate 2

Hand of Fate is back, and it’s prettier, bigger and better than its predecessor in pretty much every single way.

Nov
07

REVIEW: SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell + The Drunk Side of the Moon DLC

SEUM is all you need in order to satisfy your heavy metal and platforming needs.

Oct
11

REVIEW: Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder

ACE Team is probably most known for the unique aesthetics that their games have, as well as the fact that they tend to make some rather unusual games, pretty much unlike anything else you can find in the market. Rock […]

Sep
13

REVIEW: 3030 Deathwar Redux

3030 Deathwar Redux is an open world space exploration game that mixes a lot of elements from various other space games into a nice little package.

Aug
17

REVIEW: Death Road to Canada

Death Road to Canada is best described as a road trip simulator that takes place in a zombie-infested USA, where you’ll be facing random odds and doing your best to overcome any obstacles. Something which is bound to offer you […]

May
21

REVIEW: Flinthook

Flinthook is a 2D action platformer made by the folks over at Tribute Games, who were also behind some rather well known indie titles such as Mercenary Kings and Wizorb. Flinthook continues the studio’s preference for 2D games with an […]

Apr
15

REVIEW: Battle Brothers

Battle Brothers is a turn-based tactical RPG where you assume the role of the leader of a mercenary company and in which you fight in order to make a name for yourself and your brothers in arms. The game has […]

Apr
14

REVIEW: Mr. Shifty

Hotline Miami with teleportation should just about sum up Mr. Shifty, and yet the two are fairly different.

Apr
13

REVIEW: Thimbleweed Park™

In a town like Thimbleweed Park, a dead body is the least of your problems.