A game with the mechanics and graphics of the late 1980s but that is entirely forgivable in 2020 with it’s big selling point being just how funny it was…to me anyway.
Music Racer retails at the incredibly adequate £5.79. And such price tag is not just enticing, but also fully justifiable.
Well meaning and with a lot of potential, 198X is just on the cusp of greatness, but needs to finish the story before expecting everyone to jump on board.
A racing rhythm game that struggles to keep the momentum.
If you enjoy platformers then FoxyLand 2 definitely has a few things going for it, just be prepared for some frustrating gameplay.
A Downhill Riding adventure that is as much luck as it is skill. Can you complete the 4 different lands to be the best mountain Descender?
Ever fancied building the biggest Lego tower without it making a mess of the living room or treading on a block? Tower of Babel: No Mercy is the cleanest route.
Lumini promises a relaxing adventure in a similar vein to Nights Into Dreams and Chasing Aurora, but sadly fails to deliver on Nintendo Switch.
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.