Review - Vibrant

Got 30 minutes to kill? Then jump into Vibrant, the fastest arcade shooter in development for the longest time. Read our complete review.


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Review: Sparkle 3 Genesis

Sparkle 3 Genesis by Forever Entertainment S. A. is a relaxing, surreal ocean exploration game where you play as a hungry organism. Read more…


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Review: Pushcat

Pushcat is a retro-styled indie casual game like Bubble Bobble meets Match 3 from indie developer Zut games that attempts to update the genre with double-layered puzzles and overlaid conditions. But our reviewer is having flashbacks to casinos and other childhood traumas…read the full report…


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Review: But to Paint a Universe

But to Paint a Universe is a mellow, casual indie match up game from developer Marten Jonsson. But does it sparkle? Read the full review…


Review: The One and One Story

The One and One Story is a free-to-play browser based platformer with a slight flair for melodrama. This game has an aesthetic style and narrative that is reminiscent of Braid in that it is a mildly bittersweet romance with a dark atmosphere in its excellent artwork. While a short experience, it has some noteworthy qualities.


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Review: Containment: The Zombie Puzzler

Containment: The Zombie Puzzler from Bootsnake Games is a top down puzzle game following the theme of surrounding a particular kind of tile with another type. It’s an interesting twist. Read the full review…


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Review: Xperiment SB1

In Xperiment SB1 from Interactive Exchange Company, you take on the role of some form of microorganism known as Furry Ball. Your life consists of floating around in fluid absorbing whatever comes too close to you. Read the full review…


Ancient Trader - It's the simple things in life

Ancient Trader, a game of sailing the seas, trading goods at port, and ships combat vs other traders and monsters from the depths. So what makes this one special? It’s all about simplicity and execution.