Test your own merit and moral fortitude in this amazing simulation of survival in an earthquake stricken city.
Author: Elliott Osange
The most diabolical thing about this game is tricking players into thinking they’ll get a parallel experience to another beloved franchise.
We are now in a reality where this game is the most accurate representation of the world today, and I loved every second of blasting everything that showed up.
If you’re looking for a difficult but satisfying shooter, then this is a Red Death you WANT to invite into your house.
Chasing ghosts and getting lost in your own mind has never been so romantically, heartbreakingly wonderful.
A fantastic, fiendishly difficult adventure that combines cartoonish design with dark, noir appeal, all bathed in the dirty starkness of neon lights.
Three compelling and exciting indie titles in a clean and straightforward package.
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That was so weird and exciting, and I can't wait to play it again, but first the room needs to stop spinning.
Sometimes going home again means remembering why you left in the first place in this reimagined version of a very classic game.