303 Squadron: Battle of Britain is a light, action-oriented flight simulator, but does it ever quite take off? Read our review.
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?
Badass Hero brings together Rogue-like mechanics and over-the-top comic book themes. Is it on track to become the next superhero blockbuster? Read our Early Access preview…
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…
Armed with Wings: Rearmed continues Sun-Studios’ series with more stylized sword-swinging and eagle-soaring action. Read our full review.
8-Bit Invaders combines classic RTS tropes with an accessible gameplay style and a playful, voxel-based aesthetic. Read our full review.
Field calls as a 911 Operator, and get your teams to disasters across real city maps. Dispatch the right units to avoid catastrophe. Read our preview.
Heart&Slash charms so much with its fast-paced tactical combat and endearing soundtrack, you’ll forget you’re playing a Roguelike…right up your until sudden death. Read our full review.
Ascent – The Space Game does what it says: it’s a space simulation loaded with options and focusing on mutliplayer cooperation. Does it ascend to greatness? Read our review to find out.
Indie dev Bernard Nicolas presents a first person shooter that uses mechanics from Pac-Man and Unreal Tournament with destructible environments in a diminutive although intriguing package.
You Must Build a Boat is the more than worthy successor to EightyEightGames’ already excellent RPG/puzzler 10000000. Sail the river, match tiles, fight monsters, and read our full review!
A gritty noir story in a grittier future metropolis, Technobabylon is the perhaps best cyberpunk adventure since Neuromancer. Read our full review.
A new two-man studio from Cologne updates the text adventure with cinematic sound and voice acting.
Based on Inupiaq folklore and even narrated entirely in the Inupiaq language (with subtitles in English), Never Alone (Kisima Ingithchuna) is a gorgeous and unusual approach that works in spite of a few rough edges.