A seemingly simple puzzle/exploration game that offers a good variety of mini-games. Though it won't keep you occupied for an endless amount of time, it's quick to pick up and get stuck in.
Author: Justin McKay
An average side-scrolling beat 'em up with a few new twists on the genre by making combos much easier to pull off and having access to a teammate. However, over quite quickly and does get repetitive early on.
There's no other game like it: a sandbox clay game that features a built-in editor to make your own designs, but with no mess!
A classic point and click adventure with a deeper story than on the surface, Earthworms is an interesting take on the genre if a little frustrating at that.
For fans of the original Paperboy, you can't go wrong. For everyone else, a fun indie title that will test your patience and skill levels for a game that only has one level.
A classic platform action game with a reasonable amount of puzzles.
Learning a language can be exciting but also daunting. This is a nice entry title to dip your toes into learning some beginner level kanji.
A classic, though relatively unknown, arcade shooter from the late 80s - rebooted on the Nintendo Switch. Somewhat short, but is it worthy of your time?
A homage to the classic point and click adventures by the likes of LucasArts and Sierra that is witty, vibrant and challenging enough for any keen adventurer, though perhaps of the older variety. This isn't for kids.