The Works of Mercy is a psychological horror story. Read on to find out what makes it such a merciless experience for the player…
Recently ported to the Nintendo Switch, this 2015 game about hunting, deer and arguably religion is nothing if controversial. Is it a tranquil and thoughtful work of art, or a big bucking disappointment?
Embark on a quest to gain gold coins in Questr. Is this game worth gold in the real world? Find out in our review!
What secrets lie within Dr. Doyle & The Mystery of the Cloche Hat? Check out our review!
Rayon Riddles – Rise of the Goblin King abounds with light fantasy humor, but its poor 3D implementation and silly puzzles fail to amuse.
Miniature – The Story Puzzle is a top-down narrative puzzle game. It looks gorgeous, but does the gameplay stand up? Read our full review.
Shooting Stars! leans on celebrity lookalikes and memetic web culture in this bullet-hell shmup. Read the full review
Red Game Without A Great Name is a touchscreen side-scroller about guiding a mechanical carrier pigeon. Read our full review to learn why it had us seeing red.
Wage a magic war with the Corgi Warlock. Join up to three friends on a quest to smack down the Skeleton Bunny King’s evil army. Read our full review.
Super Hipster Lumberjack by Day Dreamer Games has an interesting premise but fails to build an entertaining game around it. Read more…
Fleet micromanagement goes cosmic in StarTAG from indie game developer Casualogic. Build a base and prepare to defend it. Be warned: You’ll be calling all the shots when the enemy arrives.
Tassurus 3012 for XBOX 360 boasts of thousands of levels of top-down shooter action. Is this action indie game retro-chic, or haunted by the Ghost of Shooters Past?
Gods Will Be Watching is about a group trying to wipe out 4 billion souls to end galactic slavery. Does its heady premise add up? Read our review…
Humanity Asset from indie game developers Browny Application is a 2D platformer that’s inspired by Mega Man and Metroid with a more modern 3D graphical treatment and an emphasis on combat above everything else. Read the full review…
Auroch Digital presents Chainsaw Warrior. The digital version of the 80’s tabletop solo adventure stays true to the original. Is that necessarily a good thing?