Ever wanted to run your own ramen shop? Not capital required!
A dated title in terms of presentation and execution, Neighbours Back From Hell is quite a janky experience with choppy animation and repetitive gameplay, but it does entertain, in small bursts.
Far from being a Halloween expansion for Nussoft, Terror Squid crafts a clever survival arcade game with some unnerving undertones that are somewhat effective.
A compelling and unique game that gets my stamp of approval.
Like banging your head against a brick wall.
The positives of the game really stand out within the genre and the challenges that come with the levels leave you going back often to overcome them.
Life is lonely when you don't know who you are. Can you identify the real you when you share a mind with 9 others?
A wholesome throwback to the bygone era of point and click adventure games.
An enchanting and exciting adventure that manages to overshadow the graphical missteps with excellent storytelling and a remarkable approach to stealth.
So rarely has a game been properly cobbled together that I didn't find myself complaining about the underwater level once.