Do you like pixel art? Of course you do! Read on for May’s top underrated indie game releases, featuring distinctive pixel art.
Hazardous Space is a simple but entertaining turn-based Roguelike with pulp sci-fi flavor. Grab something heavy and bash some space zombies!
The Cthulhu mythos as an action Roguelike? Find out if this unlikely combination works in our review of Lovecraft’s Untold Stories.
Using a comic book aesthetic, Fury Unleashed offers fast-paced action with perma-death and randomly generated levels for an engaging combination.
Dead Cells combines the popular features of the Roguelike and Metroidvania genres; a game that aspires to provide the thrill of perma-death and the sense of persistent exploration that comes with finding hidden routes or accessing new areas.
This charming and difficult bullet hell will keep you coming back for more pain. What makes To Hell with Hell so great? Find out in our preview!
Pylon: Rogue by QuantumSquid Interactive is an isometric action game that offers a fun but repetitive experience. Read more…
Rogue Islands might look like Minecraft, but this is no clone; it’s a fantasy FPS with survival elements. Are these islands worth the trip? Read our review.
Cryptark is a brilliantly strategic action game wrapped in the painstakingly beautiful graphics that have become an Alientrap hallmark. Read our full review.
Death Road to Canada is a lighthearted – though not purely comical – take on both the Roguelike and the zombie apocalypse. Read our full review, eh?
GoNNER is a minimalist side-scrolling platformer with Roguelike elements…and occasional moments of headless action. Try and keep your head and read our full review.
Rogue Continuum offers twin-stick action with Roguelike elements, but how well does it deliver? Read our full review to find out where it sits on the rogue…um…continuum.
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.
Cryptark is a sci-fi Roguelike about mechs and space hulks. Check your load-out, arm all weapons and breach the hull to read our full review.
Flamebreak manages to cram a bunch of recent indie game trends – MOBAs and action Roguelikes in particular – into one compulsive little package. Read our review.