Fans of the genre might find enough in this Indie experience to merit its addition to their library, but unless you’re a die-hard fan of these elements I suggest looking for a more complete, polished Rogue-lite package.
Author: Lori May
A look at SOS, an online competitive Multiplayer game with Co-Op elements that puts players into a Reality TV Show inspired deathmatch.
A look at Distortions, a surreal Adventure game with strong musical elements, fantastic monsters, and questionable camera angle choices.
A look at Rise of Insanity, a Psychological Horror title with complex atmosphere and a mystery to solve.
A look at Ninja Tycoon, a Simulation/Management game that focuses on the development of a small village complete with hired ninjas.
A look at The Chronicles of Nyanya, an adorable, surprisingly endearing jRPG featuring a cast of feline characters and plenty of quality chaos to enjoy.
A look at Dragon Sinker, an 8-bit, Retro-style title that tries to recreate a bygone era of gaming.
A look at Stay Alive: Apocalypse, yet another zombie-themed video game in Early Access, but at least this one has RPG elements and nifty character customization.
A look at Staxel, the love child between Stardew Valley and Minecraft, which is an epic Multiplayer title with farming themes.
Defunct is a fast-paced, speedy-zoom style of game that gets players whirling, whizzing, and leap over Earth's rolling hills.