Red Bow evokes both Japanese horror and ’90s Gameboy games in an experience that’s interesting but ultimately dull.
Your wife has succumbed to an illness, but you refuse to give up. In The Way, you are an explorer on a journey across the cosmos to unlock the secrets of eternal life.
Strap on that keytar and rewind all your John Hughes videotapes. Megamagic: Wizards of the Neon Age will take you back to the alternative future in this action RPG.
In a bleak retro-future world, the drug NOX is overwhelming junkies, and leaving them without the use of their limbs. Pilot your RUSH cruiser and rescue them.
A mysterious frog appears on the doorstep of a potato asking for help. Guide Spud and the Prince on a journey to get the Monarch-to-be’s groove back.
Huenison combines the best parts of games like Tetris, Arkanoid, Space Invaders and a slew of others. The result: fast, addictive play that demands strategy.
In Droid Assault from indie game developers Puppy Games, hi-tech Droids are rebelling! Omnicorp has lost control of its collection of death machines. Using a virus, you must take control of drones, then send them into battle.
Who knew car-jacking a time machine could be so much fun? In Retro City Rampage you bring an entire city to its knees, and make it pay homage to the gaming greats of yesteryear.
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…