The power of love is a curious thing, but in the case of Persona Theory Games’ Fires at Midnight, it could very well mean the difference between life and death. A visual novel that shows the darker side of relationships, does this heavy tale provide a captivating experience?
In what is quite possibly the biggest lie since Santa Claus, Draw Me A Pixel gives players a new game to explore in their new title There is No Game: Jam Edition 2015. This title effortlessly breaks the fourth wall, but does this meta title provide a compelling experience?
The 80s were a magical time, and RewindApp wants to take players back to this glorious era with their new title Retrowave. Featuring a fine blend of vaporwave aesthetics with synthwave stylings, should you get up and drive?
Part endless runner, part Tetris-like block management, Blazes’ Runpuzzle has players filling in gaps with a number of Tetronimo-style pieces. Does this unorthodox combination gel, or is there a reason it hasn’t been done before?
The enemy cyborg roller derby gang is out for blood in MassDiGI’s Roller Riot, and it’s up to you to knock them back into their place. Though this title only has a two button setup, does it offer up enough depth for even the most hardcore of fans?
Featuring a surreal world of monsters and nightmares, GrabTheGames and Stranga’s new title Red Bow transports players to a place where things aren’t what they seem. Does this top-down throwback captivate players, or is the end result an incoherent mess?
When it comes to taking on the evil robot menace, what better tool do you have at your disposal than an irate ram? Wloop777 and khukhrovr have put this theory to the test with their new arena brawler Battle Ram. Does this four legged fellow get the job done, or are you better off seeking heavier firepower?
Those who are part of the “PC Master Race” live and die by the amount of frames their rig can push out, but 4H StudioLab wants gamers to think differently with their new title Make Me Lag. Should players show things down, or should players go back to the world of consoles?
Summer in Mara sets out to deliver a calming, single-player narrative-driven experience in a bright and welcoming world. Promising rewarding farming mechanics, tons of quests to complete, and a diverse cast of characters to encounter, is this summer trip worth taking?
The 1997 cult classic Starship Troopers may have shown the citizens of Earth how to deal with a bug infestation, but SMU Guildhall approaches this dilemma in a new way with their new title Tex-Mechs. Featuring a hulking mech, countless insectoids, and a wealth of firepower, does it manage to tread new ground?
The world of kart racers gets a little bit smaller with the release of SMU Guildhall’s HaberDashers. Shrinking the drivers to little mini-mes down might provide a new perspective, but does it manage to provide big thrills?
Some video game pitches make sense – blast demons, build on an island, overcome a city overrun with zombies. However, The Irregular Corporation and Studio Oleomingus task players with eating buildings in their new title The Indifferent Wonder of an Edible Place. This premise has certainly never been done before, but is there a good reason for that?