I don't think God would let this game into heaven, at least not yet.
A promising cooking simulator that can be a bit frustrating if you don't click with the control scheme.
Repetitive and incredibly simple, IHUGU may be appealing to those sick of the dramatically violent games, but may be boring beyond words for some.
While truly massive in scope, Everything delivers in attempting to connect all life, but this title is more of an educational piece and less a game.
Nidhogg II's great combat and level design layer the game with strategy, making it a joy to endlessly replay with friends.
Potatoes, weapons, and pop cultural references--oh my!
Drop the milkshake, start drinking the blood of enemies, and be a man for Koom's sake. Your tribe's future depends on it.
Because when you need the best weapon to defeat the darkest of enemies, you put your faith in a damn potato. Strangely, that works out well.
Fight off Martians in the name of the regime, in this blend of tower defense and twin-stick shooter. Mars or Die!
Once you begin your murderous spree in this humorous puzzler, you'll find it hard to stayaway from slayaway.