Lead your faction in its conquest of Imperial China with a familiar cast of characters and plentiful options to customize each of the many scenarios available to you.
There is too much emphasis on resource management, to the detriment of shooting demons to pieces.
A Metroidvania mixing a retro look with a very dynamic modern platforming style.
Visit a dark future where humanity has all but been wiped out as you struggle against the odds to make your way back home.
Experience Adolf Hitler’s rise to power through the eyes of an underground German resistance group as they do everything in their power to keep him from dismantling their democracy in this narrative strategy title.
It’s like Rampart, but mobile game-ish.
Song of Horror redeems itself in a big way after a lackluster third episode only to lose its newly built credit with a game-breaking bug near its conclusion
Although it lacks the depth and malleability to truly make an MMO in your image, it shows plenty of promise in becoming an entertaining and interesting entry in the business simulation genre due to its unique concept.
Clearly inspired by the classics of the 2D sandbox RPGs, RE:OZMA sports some interesting features but has a long way to go if it hopes to compete with the genre’s heavyweights.
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.