Guntech 2 tries to recreate the simple joy of classic arcade shooters but undermines itself at almost every turn.
Pesterquest is a love letter to the Homestuck universe that fans of the comic will undoubtedly love, but there’s little here for anyone else.
Femida is a trial simulator with an interesting political undercurrent, but it fails in execution (pun intended).
Lust for Darkness is a horror game with – as the title suggests – erotic elements. But is its story something worthy of drooling over? Read our review.
King of the World is an RTS game inspired by Risk and boasting of a simplified, stripped down approach making for easy accessibility. Is it a conquering hero, or did the developers simply things too much? Read our Early Access preview to find out.
Is Agony worth all the hype, or is playing this game a hellish experience? Find out in our review!
Take a walk on the water side with Glass Bubble Software’s Roguelike underwater adventure Fisherones. Read the full review…
After a pro-gaming session (and a drunken celebration), Jack Hoth is teleported to a bizarre world. Face off against vulgar denizens on the quest to return home. Read our review.
Does brief narrative puzzler Shiver satisfy the questions it raises? Will you be too creeped out to find out? Read the full review…
Xenia is a hack-and-slash platformer based on Greek mythology. Is it an epic or a Greek tragedy? Read our full review to find out.
DreamQuest IX is a JRPG-inspired dungeon crawler and not much else. Check your potion inventory and read our complete review.
Sorgina: A Tale of Witches charms with its art and story, but glitches and control issues might spoil this witch’s brew. Read our full review.
Krai Mira: Extended Cut is a brutal and at times dreary trudge through a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Read our full review.
Rogue Continuum offers twin-stick action with Roguelike elements, but how well does it deliver? Read our full review to find out where it sits on the rogue…um…continuum.
Can Galaxy Reavers compress complex RTS elements into a mobile framework? Read our review to find out!