After falling on hard times, the Leisure Suit Larry series goes back to its roots, but unfortunately it has plenty of problems, old and new.
Frontline Zed by Volcanic Games is a zombie shooter reminiscent of browser games from the early 2000s. It should have stayed there.
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.