Hexanome Review

Hexanome Review

A brand new turn-based puzzler, Abdullah Firat’s Hexanome has players outsmarting the AI in as few moves as possible. Its cerebral and serene nature create a unique atmosphere, but does it prove to be a worthy challenge?

Super Captain 3D Review

Super Captain 3D Review

The world is in danger in Team Gizmoid’s Super Captain 3D, and it’s up to shoot-em-up aficionados to take to the skies and save the day. You would think that a caped crusader that cribs notes from Superman would make for some heroic adventures, but this shmup features your average, ordinary chump

Steel Vampire Review

Steel Vampire Review

Shmups typically have only a handful of difficulty settings, but Henketo Doujin allows players to choose their challenge on the fly with their new title Steel Vampire. Does its six levels offer enough variety for both neophytes and veterans, or are players better off sticking with the classics of the genre?

Mercury Race Review

Mercury Race Review

Racing games are white knuckle affairs as it is, but Herrero Games kicks things up a notch by adding enemies, obstacles, and unlimited ammo to the mix in his new title Mercury Race. The concept of car combat has been captured well by titles like F-Zero and Road Rash – can this racer keep up?

URO Review

URO Review

Equal parts anime novela and casual rhythm game, AECRNIA and Anela Games Studio’s URO has players guiding a little girl through a number of different worlds on her quest to restore color. It may look like your bog-standard music game, but this is one title that fails to hit the right notes

Find the Balance Review

Find the Balance Review

Digital Melody tasks players with making wild and wacky stacks in their new puzzler Find the Balance. Should players seek out a method to the madness, or is this one title that’s not worth building up?

The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game Review

The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game Review

There’s something spooky afoot in Grace Bruxner and Thomas Bowker’s new title The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game. Featuring a motley crew of misfits, should you set a course to this mysterious land?

Timber Tennis: Versus Review

Timber Tennis: Versus Review

People normally do not associate lumberjacks, chefs, and aliens with the game of tennis, but these characters all come together in Digital Melody and Crunching Koalas’ new game Timber Tennis: Versus. Though this arcade-style sports game is accessible, it proves to be too simplistic for its own good

Golf Peaks Review

Golf Peaks Review

Afterburn trades out golf clubs for cards in their new puzzle game Golf Peaks. Players might not require much knowledge of the sport to succeed, but does this title tax player’s minds rather than their patience?

The Great Voyage Review

The Great Voyage Review

Inspired by the text-based PC-98 adventures of old, Ladybug Games and Black Poodle Entertainment’s The Great Voyage tells of a crew in a dire situation. Its setting and style are not often seen in this day and age – does it break new ground, or is it stuck in the past?

Wormster Dash Review

Wormster Dash Review

GAMELAB Zrt. scurries into the runner genre with their hand-drawn beauty Wormster Dash. Featuring a giant worm and a healthy dose of danger, should you set out to set a new record?

Heavy Burger Review

Heavy Burger Review

Data East’s catalog of arcade classics come together in the retro-inspired Heavy Burger. The sprites and cabinets people will fight through might evoke nostalgia, but does this top-down team based shooter bring something new to the table?