Ethan: Meteor Hunter is a game that challenges you while also trying to offer support. Dying is commonplace, but level design means you get another run at things moments later. It does however suffer from inconsistencies in dif...
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Considering I'd never played the original Superfrog before, I found Superfrog HD to be an enjoyable, solid plarforming experience. Anyone who did play the old version might enjoy it more than I did due to the nostalgia value. ...
Even on the new platform, even playing with a less-than-ideal control method, Guacamelee! stands out as being a very good game. The platforming side of the game is magnificent, balancing some real difficulty with encou...
If you’re looking for a single player platformer to fall in love with, this likely isn’t the game for you. Fortunately, the addictive simplicity of the multiplayer mode is enough to salvage the experience and make Rush Bros a g...
Bit Trip Runner 2 is a triumph of a game. The power of an independent studio left to iterate on a simple idea and push it towards perfection. Issues can be found in a steep difficulty later in the game that can lead to frustrat...
Deadlight may not quite be a classic, but is an extremely atmospheric platform title with some great moments - and is nigh on ruined by a poorly considered mouse-and-keys control system. If you can play it with a pad on PC, or ...
Cargo Commander is a great game with lots of charm and subtle depth, with more polish on the design and mechanics than the visuals. While it's not the greatest example of this kind of game (Abuse will probably be my favourite u...
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