Guard Duty is a throwback to the classic point-and-click adventures of the ’90s, favoring humor and charm over difficult puzzles.
Sin Slayers: The First Sin brings classic JRPG mechanics into a grim afterlife. Is it sinfully delicious or straight out of hell? Read on…
Volcanoids is a survival and crafting game with an unusual tropical steampunk vibe. Is it ready to erupt? Read our Early Access preview!
Plane Mechanic Simulator focuses on mechanical accuracy rather than lifelike physics. Grab your spanner and read our Early Access preview.
NAIRI: Tower of Shirin is a point-and-click adventure in the classic mold with visuals inspired by Studio Ghibli. Read our review.
After winning heart and minds at IndieCade an on Steam, does this local multiplayer port for Nintendo Switch leave orbit?
Using a comic book aesthetic, Fury Unleashed offers fast-paced action with perma-death and randomly generated levels for an engaging combination.
Detective Case and the Express Killer is a text-based narrative comedy with light puzzle solving gameplay built around it. As a result the game thrives or falls with the quality of its humor.
Outpost Zero aims to set itself apart in a genre that is heavily saturated, so is it an unmissable evolution or just another survival game?
Omensight is at once a murder mystery, a time travel adventure, and a story about the end of the world. Read our full review.
Primarily geared as a cooperative game, 39 Days to Mars is a point-and-click steampunk space adventure that tasks its players with overcoming a string of puzzles. Read our full review…
Double Kick Heroes is a post-apocalyptic rhythm game that will test your mettle while blasting you with metal. Get those horns up and read our Early Access preview!
InnerSpace lets players explore inverted spherical worlds, but are its flight mechanics enough to keep you intrigued, or will this game just leave you blowin’ in the wind? Read on…
Apocalipsis: Harry at the End of the World is a short but sweet point-and-click adventure inspired visually and thematically be the early Renaissance in general and Dante Alighieri in particular. Is this journey into hell worth taking? Read our review.
Abo Khashem is a charming – if occasionally flawed – collection of varieties crammed inside a single bizarre adventure game. Read our complete review.