HEVN is a game that, while flawed, punches well above its weight and provides an interesting sci-fi adventure. Read our complete review.
Space Food Truck serves up a tasty blend of FTL-inspired interstellar encounters and Futurama-flavored sci-fi comedy. Fire up the grill and read our full review.
Explore sound itself and unlock your own electronic music studio in Fract OSC – an atmospheric and difficult puzzle game from Phosfiend Systems.
An exploration of obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression, this psychological horror game isn’t “fun,” but it makes up for it by being immersive and thought-provoking.
Falling to your death has perhaps never been so beautiful as in this release from Russian developer Egor Rezenov.
Fleet micromanagement goes cosmic in StarTAG from indie game developer Casualogic. Build a base and prepare to defend it. Be warned: You’ll be calling all the shots when the enemy arrives.
In Labyrinthine Dreams, you are on death’s door. You reconstruct memories by solving various puzzles. Each new problem binds you to a new set of rules.
Take to the stars with everyone’s favorite stabby whale-esque critters. Square off against up to 4 players, each hoping to break a few hearts…by piercing them.
Conquest of Elysium 3 features a sixty-page manual in PDF format that is filled with more than just the credits list and some shortcut keys, it explicitly outlines everything from how to play, what to do and even some good back story. And you will need it.
Developed by Jaroslav Meloun (aka Jarnik), On The Shoulders Of Ancestors is a vertically scrolling platformer with a few unique twists to its gameplay and a charming retro artistic theme. Read the full review…
Recetter: An Item Shop’s tale from indie developer Carpe Fulgur involves old school Zelda-style hack and slash dungeon crawling combined with a casual store-keeping game you might catch your mom playing. Sound like an unlikely combination? It is. Does it pay off? It does. I think we’ll look at the two elements individually, then tie them together
Review of Incognito: Episode 1 from independent Canadian game developer Magrathean. How does the first episode in the epic indie fare?
The story-line that weaves together the cross-genre web of game-play that is Incognito is kind of like what would happen if an episode of Doctor Who did it with an episode of the Twilight Zone. The resulting offspring is a vague but seemingly colourful tale that is going to be told across multiple downloadable episodes.
How do you voice your criticism for a game that looks this good? It may be the Whispered World would have served itself better by just staying quiet. Read the full review…
A Two-Handed Review of Torchlight from Runic Games
Crazy Machines for iPhone or iPod Touch is the latest in the franchise from German based developer Fakt Software. The object is to use the provided items to make a contraption in the spirit of the old board game Mousetrap. Read our review.