A Highland Song is a sprawling adventure through the Scottish Highlands that’s sweet, meditative, funny, and surprisingly replayable.
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DOOMBLADE is a gorgeous, action-packed Metroidvania with a fascinating combat system and some unfortunately-balanced difficulty.
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.
Project Nosferatu is a throwback to the NES era with addictive gameplay and an epic but convoluted, plot. Read our complete review.
TUNIC takes not just the gameplay but the spirit of classic adventure games and packages them in a brilliant way for the present day.
Sonority is a whimsical, puzzle-driven adventure game about the magical power of music. Is it worth singing about? Read on…
Moontrain is a mysterious melange of mini-games, mouse-men, and more. Put on your conductor’s hat, hop aboard, and read our full review.
Loot River combines unforgiving melee combat with…sliding blocks?! It shouldn’t work, but does it? Read on…
Transient is a cyber-Lovecraft horror game with plenty of interesting ideas but extremely middling execution.
No Longer Home is a narrative about saying goodbye. Is its fly-on-the-wall perspective worth unpacking? Read on…
Mango is a surrealist adventure that offers compelling weirdness but ultimately overstays its welcome well before it ends.
Dreamscaper combines Rogue-like challenge with social mechanics to create one of the most accessible and outright fun genre entries yet.
Pupperazzi is a game about taking pictures of dogs! What could be cuter?! But is there meat on this bone? Find out in our review.