Red Matter does a fantastic job of immersing you in a virtual world that looks and feels as close to the real thing as you’re ever going to get.
Cthulhu deserves better.
Beat Blaster is a game where you travel through the level trying to dodge being shot and weave around obstacles; all while trying to earn as many points as possible.
Doom and Destiny is a pleasant Dungeon nostalgic romp that shows a real respect for the genre it is trying to parody to great effect.
Truberbrook has style, class and charm, and does a solid job of storytelling: however, some technical issues, combined with red herrings, may put players off.
An old-school classic that's been revitalised with a touch of modernity.
Vaporum is a surprisingly strong title, which does not only uphold the values of gird-based dungeon crawlers of yesteryear, but also gives the absent genre a breath of fresh air.
If you’re into games that revolve around farming, crafting, developing relationships with other characters, and managing your time, you’ll have a wonderful time in Portia.
Bring to Light chronicles a first person’s nightmarish journey through the subway.
A simple take on the 2048 formula, the detailed tiles are a nice touch, but don't bring anything new to the table for this well trodden path.