Independent Salvadorian game developer The Domaginarium announced the release of their color-based arcade game Color Slayer earlier today. The studio, developer of psychological-horror Enola, and hidden-object adventure The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest has made the game […]
Million to One Hero doesn’t send you on the most epic adventure, but it gives you the tools to create one. Find out what friend of the site Justin A. thinks of this pixel art platformer.
Find out what we think of the 2d platform adventure that is Aggelos. Time to save the world again!
Tokyo-based independent studio Friend & Foe is proud to announce that after more than four years in development it’s hallucinatory adventure Vane is out now on Steam for $19.99, with an additional 10% launch discount. Additionally, the soundtrack […]
Developed by Deceptive Games Victor Rockford, a spiritual medium has been asked to use his otherworldly abilities to stop the EVIL that resides inside Room 208 of ‘The Great Leaf Hotel’. But, does Victor have […]
Find out what we think of BonusXp’s Isometric RPG. We review Stranger Things 3: The Game, but don’t worry, we won’t spoil the show!
Explore a kingdom full of adventures! Find your own path through the vast, non-linear kingdom and venture through forests, underwater areas, cave systems, and ancient temples to uncover magical elements and new skills! Use and combine them […]
We take a crack at Effie, a fantasy RPG from indie developer Inverge Studios. Find out what we think in our Effie review for PS4.
We take a look at Darkwood, the Horror/Survival game from Acid Wizard Studio and Crunching Koalas. Are you scared of the dark? Try playing this one with the lights off.
Fans of the classic Anime text-heavy game will love Zanki Zero: Last Beginning, for those unfamiliar with the genre it may be a harder sell.