Stacks on Stacks (On Stacks) is a surprisingly addictive game that will keep you coming back for more, whether you play alone or with friends there is something here for all ages.
Tricky Towers definitely holds replay value across the game, especially in multiplayer mode due to the online capabilities that it also holds.
When cute meets complex it can turn messy, but Day and Night perfectly balances fantastic game play with a very sweet presentation that works wonderfully.
Crystal Crisis finally brings competitive tile puzzles to the Switch with a fresh cavalcade of characters, some innovative techniques, and plenty for everyone.
Darkest Hunters is best played in a casual capacity, but does offer good value for money with its depth and playabliity.
The free game that came with the purchase of a Gameboy is now the hottest online showndown, and I'm totally okay with that.
A game that towers in its multiplayer aspect, yet in single-player, simply comes crashing down.
Sushi should not be a dish served tepid, and yet that is how things have been delivered in this Switch exclusive.
Great challenges await even the most experienced players but inviting to all types of players at the same time.
An adult-orientated title that, despite some flaws, still provides an element of fun; especially in a casual capacity.