There’s no denying that some fighters are more complex than others, with the amount of skill required directly correlating to its replayability. New to the FGC, Aoineko’s Super Pillow Fight lands squarely in scrub territory
Ever wanted to experience the soul-crushing boredom that comes with working for the post office? No? toR gaming never got the memo, and has created the “exciting” (according to Steam) puzzle game Boxes Inc. Unfortunately, the endless sorting of packages and mail is as monotonous as it sounds
Ominous Entertainment takes Minecraft’s aesthetic and throws in a healthy dose of exploding space zombies with their new title Visceral Cubes. The chance to explore an abandoned space station might seem like a thrilling experience, but what is present here is far more frustrating than fun
Taking inspiration from Resident Evil’s infamous Mercenaries mode, Light Road Games’ Blood Waves has players fighting their way through waves of the living dead. Should you grab your gun and fight, or are you better off playing Capcom’s titles once more?
A port of the mobile game of the same name, Terarin Games’ MissileDancer has players locking onto enemies rather than blasting them outright. Does this new way to play pay off, or are you better off sticking with the classics?
Twin-stick shooters are addicting. So are roguelikes. Seeing the merits in both genres, Optical Override has combined the two in their new title Null Vector. Does this mashup prove to be a match made in heaven, or should some things just not mix?
The world of RPGs is boiled down to its most basic elements with the release of Biterkid’s Dragonward. Don’t be fooled by its stature though – this is one adventure worthy of any warrior
Snikkabo AS and FDG Entertainment pay tribute to Capcom’s Mega Man with the release of the retro throwback Venture Kid. This hero might steal a number of moves from the blue bomber, but can he stand toe-to-toe with this platforming legend?
The days of Micro Machines and R.C. Pro-Am are reborn with the release of Josep Monzonis Hernandez’s top-down Micro Pico Racers. The perspective and look might be the same, but sadly the gameplay just can’t keep up
Catfishbox and Konstructors Entertainment, inspired by the LocoRoco series, have applied its physics based platforming to the world of fat cats in The Big Journey. This roly-poly game might wear its inspiration on its sleeve, but does it manage to stand out?
Twin-stick shooters get thrust into the world of competitive play with the release of MECH’AT and Plug In Digital’s Galactic Orbital Death Sport (G.O.D.S.). Does the world of dodging bullets pair well with deathmatch stylings, or should you not take up the fight?
Robert Cardona, no doubt inspired by the antics of Grave Digger and other four-wheeled legends, lets players drive a monster truck of their very own in the appropriately titled Monster Truck Drive. However, he has managed to do the unthinkable: he has made the world of monster trucks an absolute bore