One of the most interesting takes on the brick breaking genre, Strikey Sisters can be chaotic and unbalanced, but still a fun and fantastic adventure overall.
Author: Elliott Osange
Hamster drags a true keystone to gaming history into the spotlight with Image Fight, the space shooter that launched a thousand bullets.
Alpine Ski sticks to its classic roots, delivering an arcade experience that's true to form but straight down the middle of the lane in terms of gameplay.
Tyr: Chains of Valhalla really puts the speed in speed platform.
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa is such a weird place.
A Jake Hunter game with no mention of Jake Hunter, DAEDALUS may be a confusing title, but it’s a well made and mechanically exciting visual novel experience.
Crystal Crisis finally brings competitive tile puzzles to the Switch with a fresh cavalcade of characters, some innovative techniques, and plenty for everyone.
Rabbits, dogs, cats & even turtles come together to tear down the establishment in Anarcute, a perfectly accurate simulation of if anime animals went full mob.
No bones about it: Skelly Selest is a great roguelite brawler and dungeon crawler, packing a ton into a tiny package.
As a game, Back in 1995 is tepid and short: as an artistic recreation of gaming in the 90s, Back in 1995 is such an accomplishment that it blows my mind.