The only complaint that I have about Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is that playing it makes me hungry.
Why put up with a horrendous neighbour, when you can prank him unmercifully to get your revenge. Help Woody to beat the bully in this puzzle adventure.
Ever wanted to run your own ramen shop? Not capital required!
A freaking massive dungeon crawler that combines tons of equipment and skills with the art and animation stylings of a delightful surrealist movie.
A dated title in terms of presentation and execution, Neighbours Back From Hell is quite a janky experience with choppy animation and repetitive gameplay, but it does entertain, in small bursts.
In Space Crew, once the gameplay is nailed, the game gets a lot funnier and really addictive, even though not having difficulty options.
Little Big Workshop reminds me of Transport Fever series and The Settlers. So if you enjoy those games, you'll enjoy what this game has to offer.
Deathtrap provides a lot of solid content, though nothing groundbreaking in the tower defence genre. For fans of the these types of games it should be a solid choice, though players who are more on the fence may want to look elsewhere.
Cooking from a van is stressful. Ignore the screaming customers and try to make the best of a bad situation.
It is a nice VR title with a lot of potential, but yet it is lacking.