Got 30 minutes to kill? Then jump into Vibrant, the fastest arcade shooter in development for the longest time. Read our complete 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…
Forming the third part of a triptych, Tacoma is the spiritual successor to Fullbright Games’ Gone Home, but adds a few new ideas. Read our full review…
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! will put your skills to the test, but speed and accuracy will ensure culinary success! Order up!
Tooth and Tail from Pocketwatch Games is a simplified realtime strategy (RTS) titled set in a revolutionary setting between warring factions of cannibalistic vermin and forest fauna. Read the full review…
Greedy Guns by Tio Atum is an action-focused 2D platformer inspired by games like Metal Slug and Contra. But does it do enough to stand out? Read more…
Monsters and Medicine is a casual puzzler about helping sick monsters get well. Are its 100 levels a cure for what ails, or too big a pill to swallow?
Night in the Woods is a beautifully drawn coming of age story that incorporates both economic and supernatural fear. Read our full review.
Oxygen Not Included brings both comedy and grit – germophobes and emetophobes be warned – to the base-building genre. Read our Early Access preview.
Dead Horizon is a brief meditation on violence and its consequences that also happens to be a tribute to ‘80s-era light gun games. Draw!
Crafting? Check. Town building? Check. Race relations and trading? Check. Community Inc has what fans of the simulation genre are looking for.
Cryptark is a brilliantly strategic action game wrapped in the painstakingly beautiful graphics that have become an Alientrap hallmark. Read our full review.
Steam Squad offers a mostly whimsy-free steampunk take on the Great War. Get into the trenches with us and read our full review.
DreamQuest IX is a JRPG-inspired dungeon crawler and not much else. Check your potion inventory and read our complete review.
Kimmy, the latest offering from Nina Freeman, hints at the dark side of historic American family life from behind its cheerful, childlike veneer. Read our review.