Nocturnal delivers side-scrolling combat and thoughtful puzzle design in a moody, dark fantasy setting. Read our complete review.
Landline is a Hitchcockian puzzler built on a novel idea that is unfortunately too fiddly and vague to stand amongst its peers.
Covenant: Project Zero is a space opera adventure, currently in Early Access, that recalls the wild-west-in-space mood of shows like Firefly.
Floating Islands of Nucifera combines JRPG combat with shop management, but is its airship steampunk setting ready to fly away? Read on…
HROT combines classic, ’90s-style first-person shooting with an imposing Soviet-era art style for an essential experience for FPS fans.
“Propagation: Paradise Hotel” by Wanadevstudio is a thrilling VR horror game that immerses players in a zombie outbreak. Explore the eerie and realistic Paradise Hotel, fight for survival with limited resources, and solve puzzles to find clues. The game’s sound design adds to the immersive experience. Available on Meta Quest 2 and PCVR.
Grief Trigger is a mini-game-based adventure game about someone coming to terms with the death of their father. Read more…
Lost Memories Part 1 improves on the base Bonfire Peaks experience but still struggles to run well on Switch.
RUSHAWAY is a high-speed vertical platform with lots of bite-sized levels. Should you be rushing to play it now? Find out in our review…
Papetura is a jaw-dropping work of interactive papercraft that, while short and sometimes fiddly, is absolutely worth experiencing.
Figment 2: Creed Valley is a wholly unsurprising sequel in most aspects, but it’s actually more fun than the original! Read our review.
The Legend of Gwen is a 3D platform game about a little witch. Is it a spell for success or a frustrating hex? Read our full review.” is a 3D platform game about a little witch. Is it a spell for success or a frustrating hex? Read our full review.
Pizza Tower takes the Wario Land formula and injects it with the speed of Sonic the Hedgehog to produce a monster of a good time.
Gods from the Abyss is a classic arcade brawler inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, an unusual choice for the genre. Read our review.
Luck Be a Landlord combines two of the most addictive genres, deckbuilding and gambling, into something guaranteed to eat up your time.