Review: Dr. Green

Take to the trees with Dr. Green! This retro-themed platformer pits the titular character against the scourge of industrialization. Read our full review…


Review: Deep Under the Sky

Deep Under the Sky is the psychedelic, physics-based endless runner from the creators of Incredipede and Pineapple Smash Crew – Rich Edwards and Colin Northman, respectively. Read our review…

Review: 80 Days

In 80 Days, you must plot your course around the globe in this engaging interactive narrative. All of your decisions are set in stone, so choose wisely.

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Review: Hero of the Kingdom

Rise from your humble beginnings as a farmer to become a legend. Learn new skills, and collect items to assist you in battle. Vengeance shall be yours!

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Review: Tengami

Tengami from Nyamyam Games offers a unique pop-up book design set in a beautiful Japanese art inspired setting. Read our review…

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Review: Strata

Strata, from indie developers Graveck games is an origami-inspired abstract puzzler that showcases the effectiveness of clean, minimalist design that begins simply but rapidly scales in difficulty. Read the full review…

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Review: The Yawhg

The Yawhg from Canadian indie developers Emily Carroll & Damian Sommer is an original Choose Your Own Adventure type interactive story with the added twist of engendering multiplayer interaction and begs for multiple playthroughs. Read the review…


Review: Greedy Bankers for iOS

Occupying a space somewhere between Puzzle Fighter and Clickr! Greedy bankers incorporates the iPhone touchscreen scheme to add a frantic level of heightened speed. Read the full review…

Review: Luminati for iOS

Wolves and Eagles duke it out on a magical battlefield that closely resembles a Connect Four board. Does it all line up, or does the bottom drop out?

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