Tag: single-player

Apr
09

REVIEW: Boo! Greedy Kid

Boo! Greedy Kid is a casual indie puzzler with a very simple-to-understand, yet challenging levels.

Apr
04

PREVIEW: Amid Evil

The revival of old-school FPS games continues with Amid Evil, by the same publisher as Dusk.

Mar
25

REVIEW: Far Out

Questionable design and tech issues are aplenty in this retro-futuristic space adventure game.

Mar
20

REVIEW: Bio Inc. Redemption

Bio Inc. Redemption is a fun disease simulator, which lets you either fight for the patient’s life or evolve the disease enough for them to die. The choice is yours.

Mar
17

PREVIEW: Party Hard Tycoon

Party Hard Tycoon is an Early Access game with incredible graphics, catchy music, and not very catchy gameplay.

Mar
04

REVIEW: Scavenger SV-4

The most unique sci-fi space exploration game that I’ve ever played.

Feb
24

REVIEW: FoxyLand

FoxyLand is a somewhat difficult platformer with cute graphics and interesting levels. While this game brings nothing new to the genre, it should keep you busy for a couple of hours.

Feb
10

REVIEW: Trespassers

Fight the pixel-art Zombie apocalypse with your bro!

Jan
30

REVIEW: BackSlash

A unique indie fighting game for local multi-player and single-player, if you can handle how destructive it is!

Jan
21

REVIEW: Seven: The Days Long Gone

When I first saw the reveal trailer for Seven: The Days Long Gone I knew that this was something that I’d end up playing sooner or later, so I must say that, when I finally got my hands on it, […]