Tag: top down

Aug
11

REVIEW: Castle of No Escape 2

Castle of No Escape 2 is not afraid to make fun of its own retro aesthetic. It pulls off its stylistic approach to the point where even its unintended bugs look like a throwback to the classics it pays homage […]

Jul
13

ARTICLE: Neon Chrome: Overseer 5.0

Neon Chrome is widely said — by Genkipro — to be the best twin-stick shooter money can buy. But recently Genkipro had a rude awakening.

Jun
14

PREVIEW: Don’t Stand Out

A look at Don’t Stand Out, a top-down voxel battle royale arena

May
16

PREVIEW: Gaia Beyond

Gaia Beyond is a top-down space RPG with a classic feeling to it that, even in Early Access, shows promise and is fun to play in spite of having only barebones core mechanics in place. It is a good title […]

Dec
20

REVIEW: Freaky Awesome

A mutated cross-over between The Binding of Isaac and Crawl. CO-OP friendly!

Oct
19

REVIEW: Riskers

Riskers is an amusing cross between an early, top-down GTA and Hotline Miami. It has interesting characters and a good sense of humor; it’s just a tad short.

Aug
19

REVIEW: Solstice Chronicles: MIA

You will have to find a way past all the hordes of mutated people and creatures and make it back alive. The premises sound simple, but this game has surprising variety and content, as you will soon read about.

May
08

REVIEW: Furious Angels

Furious Angels is a top-down 2.5D classic shooter, with strongly competitive-oriented and skill-based gameplay.

Apr
03

REVIEW: Burgers 2

Burgers 2 is a classic top-down shooter with modern elements.

Mar
26

REVIEW: Greenwood the Last Ritual

Small European village is consumed by a mysterious green fog emerging from the darkness that sucks out the life from everyone that wanders in the darkness. Inquisitor’s exorcisms have failed to dispose the threat in time, and the resident have […]