A gorgeously built platformer that is utterly saturated in story, Even the Ocean is a memorable tale that begs the question: what is the cost of civilization?
Can you save the world by balancing dark and light energy and defeat the Geome's
It was all going so great, and then it just sort of...well, you know.
Prehistoric Dude is faithful to its setting: stuck in the past, which makes for a passable, if unremarkable Metroidvania platformer.
A fun and different game with an interesting story, but a handful of flaws. Certainly worth a playthrough.
When ham is all you love, you'll put everything on the line to reclaim your stolen dinner.
This is sure not to disappoint, but I'd still advice it to bake in the oven for longer before you install it.
A charming platformer with an art-style that is beautiful and simple.
Saboteur II: because sometimes international crime runs in the family.
Though arguably old school and a tad difficult to control, there's no discounting the amazing gameplay that comes from a nearly 25 year old game.