D.H.Zombie Zone Review

D.H.Zombie Zone Review

The night of the living dead is stacked against the player in Sun&Eyes’s new shooter D.H.Zombie Zone. Gamers are no stranger to blasting away the undead horde, but does this title manage to stand out?

Fur the Game Review

Fur the Game Review

The Fur Dev Team lives up to its name by giving players the chance to play with Furs in the appropriately titled puzzle game “Fur the Game.” Featuring a number of round blobs and some physics puzzles, are these little guys more like Furbies or Tribbles?

Marvin the Hatter Review

Marvin the Hatter Review

Red twice potato puts players on a perilous journey with their new platformer Marvin the Hatter. The idea of baiting your enemies is a novel one, but the execution here leaves something to be desired

Muse Dash Review

Muse Dash Review

Packing two button controls and tons of tunes, PeroPeroGames and XD have entered the rhythm game genre with their new title Muse Dash. The premise might be simple, but does it have enough to attract those looking for a challenge?

Peku the Space Dragon Review

Peku the Space Dragon Review

Zindeaxx Games brings absolute chaos to the cosmos with the release of Peku the Space Dragon. An eater of worlds, does this hungry dragon satiate the appetite of all players?

Shadow Fencer Theatre Review

Shadow Fencer Theatre Review

The world of shadow puppets gets a lot more high tech with the release of ShuddaHaddaLottaFun’s Shadow Fencer Theatre. Featuring quirky aesthetics and even quirkier mechanics, is this a class act or a piece of work?

Indecision. Review

Indecision. Review

Bilge Kaan throws players to the wolves in his new title Indecision. Featuring a few dozen different scenarios and absolutely no context, should you try to decipher this enigma?

Ravva and the Cyclops Curse Review

Ravva and the Cyclops Curse Review

A terrible curse has befallen your mom, and it’s up to you to save the day in The Hidden Levels and Galope’s new throwback platformer Ravva and the Cyclops Curse. Featuring graphics and action straight out of an eight bit platformer, does it manage to feel more like a timeless classic or an antiquated relic?

Journey Review – Climb That Mountain

Journey Review – Climb That Mountain

After making waves on PlayStation consoles, Annapurna Interactive and thatgamecompany have brought the journey of Journey to the PC. The title received a fair amount of attention when it launched in 2012 – does it still provide a compelling adventure seven years later?

Rogue Reaper Review

Rogue Reaper Review

The almighty Grim Reaper has certainly got his hands tied with the constant influx of people sliding off their mortal coil, but he’s got some help in the form of his daughter in Fireroot Studios’ new title Rogue Reaper. Though this pint-sized undertaker packs the necessary tools for the job, this is one title that should have stayed dead

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD Review

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD Review

A lot has happened since 2007, but the swashbuckling adventures of Application Systems Heidelberg’s 12-year-old title Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! still ring true today. Remastered in HD and featuring a number of quality of life improvements, does this 2019 rendition of the game have the mettle to save the day?

Pathologic 2 Review

Pathologic 2 Review

Pathologic 2 is a remake of the original Pathologic, bringing with it some modern updates. Does it hold up against other games in the same genre, or should it have stayed in the past? Check out our review and find out