The Sojourn offers its players engaging puzzles with supernatural functions, although it doesn't focus on its storyline as well.
If this has been on my SNES when I was in school, I would have failed seventh grade spectacularly, and I would not have cared in the slightest.
All three games do offer a unique experience that helps set them apart.
Dungeon Warfare is Top-Down Tower Defence at its Finest.
Decent art but boring gameplay, Nevaeh is just a lackluster title that leaves me indifferent to the fate of the game world.
Get lost in the wonderful world of lights and shadows, with mysterious butterflies, that Nevaeh has to offer to its player.
A highly addictive, very satisfying arcade puzzler.
A worthwhile experience if you are into more challenging puzzle games!
Tamiku certainly has the retro flavour in appearance and sound, but it lacks the special sauce to make it a truly memorable title.
A game of strategy, resource management and... birds?