Frontline Zed by Volcanic Games is a zombie shooter reminiscent of browser games from the early 2000s. It should have stayed there.
Katana ZERO is visually striking and fun, but it aims to be so much more than that. Read our full review to find out if it succeeds.
Lovely Planet 2 by QUICKTEQUILA is a fun, fast-paced FPS that will test your accuracy and speed. Read more…
Mulaka by Lienzo incorporates Mexcan folklore to tell the tale of a mystical journey to stop a god from destroying earth. Read more…
Hyper Light Drifter combines Link to The Past and Super Meat Boy to produce a surreal, punishing experience. Read the review.
Vampire of the Sands is a retro-themed adventure that pits the hero against a cabal of nasty desert boss enemies. Read our full review.
AI: Rampage offers a brutal and intriguing post-apocalypse complete with Terminator-inspired killer robots, but suffers from some odd build choices and a non-existent narrative. Read our full review.
Particle Mace combines twitch-based arcade action with asteroids-inspired physics. Once you get the hang of the controls, it becomes a beautiful ballet of asteroid collisions. Read our full review.
This short but beautifully hand-drawn platformer will see you utilize teleport mechanics in a new way as you explore and battle the four phases of the day.
Developed by Point 5 Projects, Bad Bots is a 2D shooter set aboard a massive retired battleship turned toxic waste hauler. The small army of robots onboard have turned against their human masters and it’s your job to fight your way through the horde. Read the full review…
While scouring distant corners of the galaxy, an unspeakable evil is uncovered. Collect resources and build fleets of ships, lest humanity end up devoured in Space Pirates and Zombies (aka SPAZ) from MinMax games.
A Two-Handed Review of Torchlight from Runic Games
This review is about a game by Jonathan Mak called “Everyday Shooter.” It’s a testament to the developer that this game is actually pretty hard to describe because of the level of abstractness he achieves.