There’s a new sheriff in town with the release of Quality Games’ twin stick shooter Long Arm of the Law. Featuring an extendable arm, grappling mechanics, and rootin’ tootin’ shootin’, should you set out to serve some robotic justice?
A prequel to the platformer Another Sight, Lunar Great Wall Studios and Fish Eagle’s Hodge’s Journey has players taking control of a cat across a number of different whimsical landscapes. Should you set a course for adventure, or is this cat a little unlucky?
NanningsGames proves that it can be tough to find the right footing in his new puzzle platformer Enchanted Path. With an endless abyss and only one way to proceed, should you set out to guide this little man to safety?
Treasure awaits all those who seek to enter a crypt in the prologue of Osarion and Mountaineer’s Unsung Warriors. Should players step into the shoes of this Iron Age-inspired warrior, or should this quest be better off ignored?
Thebrokenhorn puts players into a strange predicament in their new point-and-click visual novel The Crown of Leaves. Anthropomorphic animals meet supernatural stylings, but does it prove to be more than the sum of its parts?
Four different billy goats of wildly different backgrounds vie to be king of the hill in Alberto Santiago and Studio Canvas’ mutliplayer-friendly title GoatPunks. Featuring firepower, shields, dash attacks, and other methods of mayhem, should you climb that mountain?
Have you ever heard the concept of a self-insert? It more or less boils down to people putting a version of themselves into media, rather than carefully creating a unique character. Black Banshee Games takes this concept into overdrive with their new fighting game Chi Busters, throwing their entire staff into the title. The thing is, they forgot to create a good game in the process
The life of a cube in NanningsGames’ Cube Mission is rife with danger, filled with fire, spikes, bottomless pits, and other threats. Tasked with solving 36 different levels, does this game prove that it’s hip to be square?
The undead horde meets the world of cryptocurrency in NOHAM Games’ new wave-based shooter Zombie Bitcoin Defense. Giving players the chance to mine for cryptocurrency between bouts, should players enter this gory blockchain world?
The fates of two star-crossed lovers intertwine in the release of Team Zimno and Top Hat Studios’ Big Dipper. The snow-covered forests and holiday cheer make for an intimate setting for a tale of romance – does the storytelling keep up?
Gamers will be able to play like it’s 1989 with the release of Squidlit Ink.’s monochrome adventure Squidlit. Designed in the style of the Game Boy classics of old, should you set out to save the day?
The world of parkour meets the world of synth with the release of Playrock Studios’ Synthrun. This unlikely combo sounds like a novel concept, but the end result fails to capture what makes its inspiration so great