Posts Tagged ‘indie’
Even with the game elements lacking I still feel a compulsion to recommend people check out The Bunker purely because the story is reasonable and there’s very little else like this on this level of production.
A good sign after a preview is you wanted to play more, for the credits not to roll and that's exactly how I felt with Forgotton Anne.
More so than something like Unfinished Swan, The Collage Atlas felt like a game you could indulge in for refuge or self-meditation and reflection.
If you enjoyed Rogue Legacy or Spelunky then this could very much be for you.
With a strong look and a tongue in cheek feel Dead Pixels 2 has a lot going for it, even watching from a distance it looks like solid fun.
The Collider 2 has a very atmospheric feel, and whilst you may get bored of flying through the same tunnels and hearing the voiceover say “mission failed”, you can’t fault the game for looking the part.
The world of Inside hasn’t been created for you to explore. The world of Inside has always been there, seamlessly existing alongside our own. It’s a totalitarian vision of a world of our own creation driven by the uniquely huma...
10 Second Ninja X blurs the line between blistering speed with original entertainment and galling control issues with unoriginal content.
Don’t Die, Mr. Robot is a solid and enjoyable arcade puzzle score-attack title that has issues.
Superhot is a game that takes a beautifully pure core mechanic and throws no needless filler around it. It feels fresh throughout and offers up a challenge worth taking.
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