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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Irritum is an interesting and unconventional puzzle-platformer featuring a story line that focuses on depression and suicide.
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...
Green Jelly is a truly challenging game that will keep you coming back for more. With a colorful cartoony vibe, easily picked up yet increasingly challenging mechanics, and load of levels to keep you busy, it’s got everything...
Old Clockmaker’s Riddle is a fun and relaxing way to kill some time. It’s super easy to pick up and to put down, so it’s great for both long and short gaming sessions. While it doesn’t do anything completely new in the world of...
Where Angels Cry is a casual game and won’t take you very long but it’s very well done. There is not a lot to the game but everything in it is solid. Nice visuals, nice voice overs, with puzzles and scenarios that make sense. ...
Journey - The Heart Of Gaia is a fun romp through a really gorgeous landscape of fascinating creatures and environments. While it does suffer from a cliche and hackneyed story and poor voice acting, it's the high quality of the...
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