Lazaretto revisits some common horror game tropes, but is this creepy island worth a visit anyway? Read on to find out…
Weapon Shop Fantasy lets you run one of the countless shops seemingly dedicated to keeping characters armed to the teeth in every RPG!
911 Operator’s Special Resources DLC adds new vehicles and a management mode, but is this a priority call or just a wrong number? Read our full review.
Chowderchu is a platforming adventure with a unique, intentionally ramshackle design approach. Step up to the “chowd well” and read our full review.
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.
Liveza: Death of the Earth is a brief and perfunctory platforming adventure set in post-apocalyptic gloom. Read our full review.
Balrum is a well rounded RPG with survival, strategy and crafting elements, giving players lots of options and an open world to explore. Read our full review.
Vampire of the Sands is a retro-themed adventure that pits the hero against a cabal of nasty desert boss enemies. Read our full review.
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.
In a world where luck is irrelevant and skill is mandatory, Wondershot brings its players that challenging atmosphere many video games tend to lack.
The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human…the title says it all, doesn’t it? Venture below the waves to explore the last vestiges of a long-dead civilization in this atmospheric adventure. Read our full review.
Divide by Sheep is a clever, math-based puzzle game about saving cute little animals and/or slicing them up with lasers. Read about this cute but morbid puzzle game in our full review.
In Penarium, Willy is forced to perform in a twisted circus. While crazed onlookers call for his demise, he must nimbly dodge a series of deadly traps. read of review of this new indie game title from developer Self Made Miracle.
Ubermosh drops you into a pit filled with enemies, and a countdown timer. How many armed thugs can you take down in 90 seconds armed only with a sword?
From indie developers Maciej Targoni , Wojciech Wasiak comes Hook – a clean and minimalist puzzle game you can breeze through in under an hour. Read the full review…