A light-hearted platform game with beat 'em up elements that doesn't take an age or broken thumbs to master. It's pretty lookin' too.
You. Will. Die. A. Lot.
Leading the way for all overweight adventurers, Sir Eatsalot is a charming adventure, letdown by the touchscreen and slow pace (no doubt from his conditioning).
The world is doomed, a hero is needed. Up steps the unlikely man for the job Bard. His persistent optimism and love of singing will unite the world. Will the Earthsong be sung? Only time will tell.
It’s Yoshi as a rainy day crafting project, how could it be anything but endearing?
Pretty to look at but dark and uninspiring
Sorry, Kage, but your gameplay is in another castle.
Elena Temple returns for two FULL new temples, tons of technical tweaks and improvements, and some challenging, satisfying achievements to target.
Look around at your things: do they bring you joy? Electronic Super Joy does. If you're a masochist and like dying a lot. But it's got a good beat...
A straightforward platformer from a 8-bit era.