In a quiet town called Pineview, a murder-suicide turns up more information than the residents knew about the deceased couple--and coincidentally about the detective working the case.
With the compelling reason of nurturing the last remaining human to inspire you to keep trying after the RNG chews you up and spits you out, void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium is an excellent example of the roguelike "one more run" ideal.
Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet has a decent mix of good and bad endings, but the cute characters and the majority of the writing will still end up giving you a cavity.
Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers won't wow any veteran JRPG fans, but it's likeable cast and charming story might be worth a look.
Predictable and unremarkable, Queen's Quest 2 is a solid, but forgettable hidden object title.
Citadel: Forged With Fire is a classic example of a PC game being ported to console without bothering to optimize, well, anything.
Little Town Hero has some big ideas that don't quite translate into good game mechanics.
Survival is unforgiving out in the wilderness and Seeds of Resilience takes that to heart.
Beyond Blue is one of those games that stays with you long after the credits roll.
Clunky and painfully slow, Grimshade has no business being on a handheld device with such cluttered UIs and tiny text.