Fight for your life and your soul in Rapture Rejects, a post-apocalyptic online battle royale based on popular web comic Cyanide and Happiness!
Detective Case and the Express Killer is a text-based narrative comedy with light puzzle solving gameplay built around it. As a result the game thrives or falls with the quality of its humor.
303 Squadron: Battle of Britain is a light, action-oriented flight simulator, but does it ever quite take off? Read our review.
After Rain: Phoenix pays tribute to Super Meat Boy, perhaps as much for its difficulty as anything, while wrapping it in an intriguing but ultimately untapped sci-fi yarn. Read the full review…
The Station is a sci-fi mystery set aboard a space station; sent to observe an alien civil war, the crew suddenly vanishes. What happened? Read our review.
SeaBed is a story of two women told by flashbacks of their youth. Is this visual novel worth the many hours it takes to finish? Find out in our review!
Infernal Racket is a speedy, challenging arcade wreck-’em-up that almost seems to slow down time. Is that a good thing? Read our review…
What’s the best way to sell a cure? Invent the illness! Simultation/strategy game Evil Labs lets you do both. Read our Early Access preview.
Twist of Destiny by Oneshark is an Early Access, turn-based RPG with a unique art style, but still needs more work on its other core aspects. Read more…
Cooking Witch is a quirky little game about cooking children. Will its broom-flying, child-stealing action have you asking for seconds? Read our review.
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King may sound flowery, but this game has thorns! Read our full review of this deceptively cheery action RPG.
Mini’s Magic World is a charming platformer, but are its challenges magical or mundane? Read our full review to find out.
How to Shoot a Criminal is a full-motion video adventure inspired by Her Story but set at a 1930s newspaper. Is it headline-worthy? Read our full review.
Take the fight to the other garden insects in Glow. This luminescent SHMUP beams brightly in some ways and fades in others.
Can There was a Caveman hold its own among other classic 2D platformers? Or is it a remnant from the stone age? Find out in our review.