Sorry again for the longer wait.
I’ve realized I will need to update more often. When I put it off the list of new additions grows too big and it’s extremely hard to catch up once I start to fall behind.
Castle Vox takes the base of Risk, adds a couple of new elements, and produces a slightly unique and entertaining strategy experience. (…) Finally, the game features robust multiplayer matchmaking and is available for all three major operating systems. Castle Vox is strongly recommended for all players who thought Risk could use a bit more depth. – 8.5 from Out of Eight website
This is the biggest, prettiest Worms, yet. Strategy fans will find one of the most fun multiplayer games around, and there is plenty to do on your own, as well. Few games offer the chance to wield a weapon called the Buffalo of Lies — don’t miss yours. – 8.5 from IGN
Zombie Pirates takes the Plants vs Zombies concept and adds ships, water and pirates to great effect.(…)While the main story will take several hours to complete, there are also special challenges to partake in, achievements to earn, diamonds to collect and items to buy that will bump up your ship. Every now and again a game comes along with utterly surprises me, and Zombie Pirates has done just that. It’s fantastic fun, and well worth checking out. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Conquest: Divide and Conquer
onquest: Divide and Conquer reduces the commonly complex strategy genre into its basic elements, and the result is a usually entertaining game. (…)While Conquest might lack the depth of rival strategy games, the reduced mechanics do work well for quick online competitions. – 7.5 from Out of Eight website
Close Combat – Last Stand Arnhem
Close Combat – Last Stand Arnhem takes a great game, makes noticeable improvements, and comes up a bit short of “must buy” status. – 7.5 from Out of Eight website
With Ancient Trader, you come for the graphics and stay for the gameplay, at least for a little while. (…) Despite some limited features and a feeling of repetition after a couple of games, I enjoyed looking at and playing Ancient Trader more than some other trading games. For $10, the casual experience is worth the price of admission. Just watch out for the Kraken. – 7.5 from Out of Eight website
The Sims 3: Late Night
The expansion packs that have been released so far for The Sims 3 have been meatier than expansions from the previous iterations of the franchise, and Late Night continues the tradition. It really raises the bar for what we expect out of a Sims expansion. – 7.5 from IGN
Grotesque Tactics – Evil Heroes
Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes is an entertaining RPG adventure, offering both humorous parody and solid gameplay in equal measure. At roughly twelve hours in length, there is plenty of quest-running on offer, and RPG fanatics will adore the game references. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Nightmare Adventures: The Witch’s Prison
The story and the puzzles are more than enough reason for you to be downloading The Witch’s Prison as we speak, but the game’s difficulty level deserves mention, too. Items’ descriptions provide just enough information to point you in the right direction without clubbing you over the head with solutions, while hints will spells things out plainly, but only if you want them to. The Witch’s Prison does its best to make sure you succeed, without diminishing the overall challenge in the slightest – but it makes sure to slip in a few chuckles here and there, too. – 9.0 from Gamezebo
Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World
Kaptain Brawe is a quintessential point and click adventure: it looks beautiful, has a compelling story filled with interesting characters, and it’s plagued with puzzles that feel more like you’re guessing what the developer was thinking rather than doing anything logical. And even with the casual difficulty level, these puzzles make the game unfriendly to players new to the genre. But for adventure game veterans, there’s plenty to love, from the unique look and setting, to the intriguing plot and great sense of humor. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water’s Edge
Shadow at the Water’s Edge’s gameplay and presentation are as solid as ever; exactly what fans of the series have come to expect. Graphics hold their own with other current adventure games, and dialogue is all voiced with competent voice actors. (…)The game is recommended for players aged 10 and over due to some scary moments, but it’s certainly accessible to adults and kids alike and is a great choice for child and parent to play together. And although Nancy is without a doubt one of the best female role models in gaming, her games definitely aren’t just for girls to enjoy. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
With Nimbus, Noumenon Games delivers a creative, accessible, and intelligently designed title. Its style of gameplay fuses twitch action with puzzle and racing elements and offers challenges that, while sometimes frustrating, remain satisfying all the way through. With numerous reasons to replay stages, an appealing visual style and catchy electronic soundtrack, there’s enough here to be able to overlook the minor control issues and enjoy the ride. – 8.0 from IGN
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time is as inventive as it is humorous, providing clever gameplay based around the assembly of bridges, vehicles and a time-machine. (…) Doc Clock is really clever stuff, bursting with personality and neat ideas. A few little niggles here and there mar an otherwise cool and sophisticated indie release, and one that you should definitely considering delving into. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Mystery Legends: The Phantom of the Opera
It’s been a long time since I’ve been this excited about a hidden object game but Mystery Legends: The Phantom of the Opera is easily one of the best I’ve ever played. It may well be the best. I don’t know what else I can say about it – and I don’t know why you’re still here reading this review. Go! Play! Enjoy! Just don’t forget to come back and thank me later. – 9.5 from Gamezebo
Heart’s Medicine – Season One
All in all GameHouse Eindhoven is on a very good way to redefine the time management genre. Both the last titles of the Emily-series and Heart’s Medicine prove that connecting time management elements, puzzles, hidden objects, and a great storyline closely results in a very satisfying and original gaming experience. If general traditions such as fixed shifts (levels) and upgrades would be abandoned for more coherent and free gameplay Heart’s Medicine could really become a very interesting and original series in the future. As of now it already is one of the best options you can find in the time management genre. – 9.0 from Gamezebo
Fractal is a fantastic puzzler, providing thoughtful, slow-paced action that’s perfect for kicking back and unwinding with. It will certainly provide a challenge, but is also simple enough to entice more casual players. – 9.0 from Gamezebo
Women’s Murder Club: Little Black Lies
There’s no one big flaw to point to in Little Black Lies, but there are plenty of tiny irritants. Fortunately, the sharp plot, inventive puzzles, and good voice acting are enough to smooth over the rough spots. – 9.0 from Gamezebo
Tulula: Legend of a Volcano
Tulula: Legend of a Volcano blends HOG, puzzle and city building gameplay (…)With eleven chapters to progress through, Tulula is a fairly long title in the point-and-click space, lasting upwards of six hours, depending on your dependence (or lack thereof) on hints and puzzle “skips.” Each element of the gameplay may have been seen elsewhere, but when combined, it all feels new and fresh, especially with the unique graphical theme. If you’re a fan of the many elements represented here, the game is sure to please. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Youda Farmer 2
re are a lot of charming details to be found, and it is very rewarding to realize how complex the game really is. Different levels require different strategies and it might take some time to learn those, but it is definitely worth it. All in all Youda Farmer 2: Save the Village offers a very satisfying gaming experience. Sustaining the core of its prequel, but solving major issues and adding logical and welcome improvements and features prove to be a reliable recipe for successful and high quality sequels. Help that small village against Big Boss and enjoy this challenging and rather unique time management game. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Great Migrations is a line drawing game, not unlike Flight Control on the iPod/iPad. You’ll guide animals from one side of the screen to the other by painting a line for them to follow with your mouse. You’ll avoid predators and other dangers while trying to take advantage of things like wind to aid you on getting all the animals migrated safely – 8.0 from Gamezebo
In the end Farm Tribe still might be the ideal game for people who dislike both the lack of specific tasks in the Virtual Villagers series and the pressure and rush in time management games, although there is a lot of room left for improvement. Graphics and sounds could be a lot more polished, and at times it would have been better if there were more things to do, but all in all the pace and the number of features of Farm Tribe are satisfying. If you are looking for a relaxing version of Ranch Rush with a bit of mystery this might be exactly your game. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Campfire Legends: The Babysitter
Sequel to The Hookman even scarier than its predecessor. (…)Campfire Legends: The Babysitter is an excellent sequel to a promising trilogy that leaves us shivering, and yet dying to know more. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Mystery Trackers: The Void
Mystery Trackers is a polished and enjoyable hidden object adventure that should hit all the right notes with fans of the genre. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star
In short, Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star is a great addition to the Jewel Quest match-3 franchise. Like its predecessors, it offers weeks and weeks of gameplay for those who want to achieve everything there is to unlock. The American frontier setting adds some freshness to the series too, and the interesting story and top-notch presentation make you want to stick around to see what happens next. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
The Island Castaway
The detailed graphics, long list of items and extra challenges makes the price tag worth it. It’s a polished product, and for one targeted at casual gamers, it offers lots in the way of questing and exploration. There are natives to befriend, ancient statues to collect, trees to fell, tools to acquire (and upgrade), bartering to do, caves and forests to venture into, watermelons to eat and mysteries to solve. You’ll spend hours playing The Island Castaway. The tribe has spoken. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Columbus: Ghost of the Mystery Stone
Ghost of the Mystery Stone may not have many puzzles or minigames, but the ones it does have are well-executed and inventive – even if they don’t always make a whole lot of sense. With a mere 30 days before he turns to stone and a long ocean voyage ahead of him, Columbus probably shouldn’t be taking time out to paint an accurate rendition of his ship the Pinta, but it makes for a fun minigame, so who cares? Columbus: Ghost of the Mystery Stone is light on story and puzzle-solving, but brings real style and artistry to its object searches. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Knightfall: Death and Taxes does a wonderful job of infusing match-3 gameplay with RPG elements. The action can become rather tricky at times, but overall this is a journey definitely worth taking.(…) It’s one of the freshest match-3 puzzlers I’ve played in a while, and you’ll most likely find yourself hooked by its challenging gameplay and charming visuals – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Paradise Beach 2: Around the World
In the end we can safely recommend Paradise Beach 2 to all fans of building simulations. Minor issues aside, the game features a highly entertaining and diverse story mode, which serves players who love challenge and those who prefer a relaxed pace at the same time. The latter ones can disregard the timer and develop their resorts at personal leisure, while the former ones will welcome the high pressure that ensues the effort to beat any level in gold time. Give it a shot and see if you are a born resort developer. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White
Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White is an excellent game. It starts strong, finishes strong and never overstays its welcome. Puzzle fans may find it a little lightweight, but the fast pace, engaging story and exceptionally high level of production make this one a winner. If you’re a hidden object fan, this is one game you won’t want to miss. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Heroes of Kalevala
Heroes of Kalevala mixes building and RPG elements with the match-3 genre to great effect, and there are many hours of enjoyable grid-searching and village building to be found. Make sure to check out the demo if you’re at all interested. – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Trinklet is very much an old-school casual game: easy-in, instant gratification gameplay with no way to “fail,” perfectly suited for short bursts of play – 8.0 from Gamezebo
If you’ve got a hankering for some Pachinko fun, this new offering from Gamecask may just do the trick. Dachinko offers ball-launching gameplay with huge addictive qualities and a very distinct graphical style.(…)Dachinko provides plenty of addictive Pachinko gaming with a lovely authentic feel. Pick up a copy and prepare to say “just one more game” a fair few times – 8.0 from Gamezebo
Cooking Dash 3: Thrills & Spills
As more and more Dash games are released, I approach them more and more skeptically, doubting whether they can actually build upon the gameplay that I love. But Cooking Dash 3 does it, and does it wonderfully. I’ve had way more fun playing this game than I’ve had playing some console games that cost almost 10 times more. If you’re a hardcore gamer who has never tried a Dash game, I really encourage you to give Cooking Dash 3 a try. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what you find. If you’re already a Dash fan, then this is a must-buy. – 8.5 from IGN
Another entry in the biggest casual puzzle series.
Poker Night at the Inventory
It comes with all the polish I’d expect from Telltale, and while it only features Texas Hold ’em, is a really entertaining way to kill some time, especially if you want those TF2 unlocks. It may not be the best poker game out there, but it is definitely the funniest. And, as most people will tell you, a little humor goes a long way. – 8.0 from IGN
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit is pure over-the-top driving entertainment. The cars and environments are gorgeous, the crashes are spectacular, and the new Autolog feature breathes new life into the time-honored tradition of video game competition among friends. The single-player races can become somewhat repetitive and there are some presentation issues, but overall, Hot Pursuit is a blast. If you’re looking for a high-octane racer that grabs on tight but doesn’t take itself too seriously, give this one a shot. – 9.0 from IGN
Super Meat Boy
Super Meat Boy is one of the best modern platformers. It’s infuriating, exasperating, and arduous, but it’s also delightful, thrilling, and hilarious. The NES games of yore were simultaneously simpler and more challenging than today’s games, a quality perfectly emulated here. Invite some friends over and pass the controller around — you’re gonna need all the help you can get. – 9.0 from IGN
If you like sweet loot, hacking things to death, looking at beautiful landscapes and laughing at good writing, you might want to pick up DeathSpank. However, although the game shines in many areas, it does have its flaws. Questing can turn into a noticeable chore, and I would have gladly substituted some of the “go fetch” missions in favor of some more brainteasers. Still, DeathSpank is a fun adventure worth exploring. – 8.5 from IGN
DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue
If you enjoyed the first DeathSpank, you’re gonna love Thongs of Virtue. It’s just as addictive, just as pretty, and I dare say it’s even a little funnier. Fans of quests and, more importantly, sidequests will find more missions here than they know what to do with. Hopefully this won’t be the last we see of DeathSpank. – 8.5 from IGN
An appealing retro presentation mixed with an old-school challenge and addictive gameplay makes Bit. Trip Beat an easy choice for long-time gamers looking for something new that still conjures up a sense of nostalgia. It’s a rhythm game that requires fast reflexes and, even on its normal difficulty setting, can be a punishing experience. With time and dedication, you’ll be able to better appreciate the finely crafted challenges Gaijin delivers. The length of the game’s stages can wear on your patience and often there’s seemingly too much visual noise for the game’s own good, but that’s no reason to pass on this clever title. – 7.5 from IGN
Zen Bound 2
Even though the mouse controls for the PC version can be a bit fussy, Zen Bound 2 is still a worthwhile puzzler to unwind with after a stressful day. – 7.5 from IGN
Fans of character action titles should pull out their virtual wallets without hesitation, but otherwise, Shank might just be too sharp to handle. – 7.0 from IGN
FIA World Rally Championship
It’s no Richard Burns Rally and nor does it hold a light to Codemasters’ DiRT games, but WRC is a surprisingly enjoyable take on the sport that gets the fundamentals right. It’s a shame that its often excellent and consistently exciting driving model is hidden under layers of turgid presentation and uninspired visuals, but those dedicated enough to see through it all will be as happy as pigs in mud. – 7.0 from IGN
Apache: Air Assault
New arcade-sim from makers of Winds of Prey (8.3 from IGN)
The mod that started the whole genre is now getting a commercial sequel from Valve Software.
Anomaly: Warzone Earth
Tactical game that plays like a revers of tower defense genre. It’s being made by 11 bit, a new studio formed
Commercial follow-up to the best Europa Universalis 3 mod ever made.
Spiritual successor to Panzer General.
Indie turn-based tactical game inspired heavily by X-COM.
New puzzle game from the maker of Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble.
Massive online FPS from RED5 Studios (ex Blizzard people) and lead designer of Tribes 1 and 2.
Heroes and Generals
Online WW2 FPS from a studio formed by lead designers of Hitman series.
Serquel to the classic PC FPS franchise. It’s being developed by makers of Global Agenda, which scored 8.4 from IGN.
Indie FPP action-adventure with strong puzzle element built on Unreal Engine 3.0.
Free military FPS from Crytek.
Seasons after Fall
Beautiful indie puzzle platformer where you use effects seasonal changes to overcome obstacles.
Very promising and unique puzzle platformer based around the idea of a device that can create copies of yourself with whom you can then swap placesIt features interesting light, shadow and relativeness based game mechanics blended with an ambiguous storyline embedded directly into and told throughout the game.
Free to play entry in classic FPS franchise.
Indie arena-based game.
Indie platformer from the makers of Harvest: Massive Encounter.
Swimming Under Clouds
An indie 2-D physics-based puzzle platformer
Online arcade flying game from the studio that made Snoopy: Flying Ace (console game that scored 9.0 at IGN)
Space Shuttle Mission Simulator 2
Sequel to the best sim of it’s kind.
Need For Speed: Shift 2
Sequel to a racer that scored 9.0 from IGN.
The Cursed Crusade
Action game from ATLUS
A Vampyre Story: Year One
Episodic prequel to humoristic adventure game series.
Solaris Assault Tech
Multiplayer game set in BattleTech universe from people who for the last 12 years modded previous MechWarrior games as MekTek group.
Baitiful indie retro platformer.
A MMO from Katauri Interactive, which is a studio responsible for gems like King’s Bounty: the Legend (8.1 from IGN) or Space Rangers 2 (8.0 from IGN)
World of Darkness
MMO from makers of EVE Online
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm
Second part of StarCraft 2 trilogy.
The Call of the Fireflies for Crysis
“The Call of the Fireflies is a puzzle-based singleplayer mod for Crysis. There’s no guns, explosions or nanosuits involved. Just an old man who follows mysterious fireflies through mountains and dark caves, sleeping villages and frozen woods, and has to use all kinds of mechanisms to open his path, while battling to stay alive in the winter cold.”
The Worry of Newport for Crysis
A Crysis Horror Mystery built around the key ideals of the genre: Immersion, story, and atmosphere.
1187 for Half-Life 2
Great and extremely polished mod taking place in Holland during early stages of alien invasion.
Attempt to survive for Half-Life 2
Sad post apocalyptic adventure.
Nightmare House 2 for Half-Life 2
Horror-themed singleplayer mod.
Tedium for Half-Life 2
Very unique and abstract art-mod
Final Project for Half-Life 2: Episode 2
Horror-themed SP mod.
Overheid for Half-Life 2: Episode 2
“There was more going on in City 17 than just what Gordon Freeman and Alyx were doing. Follow a new recruit as he struggles to find his place in the movement, and see just how sinister the Combine can be”
Dead Before Dawn for Left 4 Dead
Campaign based on the 2004 remake of George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead.
Left 4 Mario for Left 4 Dead 2
Crazy campaign inspired by classic Nintendo platformer.
Fairy Tale for Civilization IV
“Fairy Tale puts the Civilization IV nationbuilding, warring and strategy elements in a Fairy Tale world with witches, knights, elves and damsels in distress”
The Forgotten for Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
“Command and Conquer 3: The Forgotten aims to bring back and tell the story of a fascinating faction. The Forgotten, featured in Tiberian Sun and Firestorm, are an ever-growing group of individuals afflicted with Tiberium-based illnesses. Detested, marginalized, and oppressed by the three superpowers, The Forgotten have begun to rally against GDI, Nod, and the Scrin. Since their story is not featured in C&C 3, the mod aims to tell it in a compelling fashion, through a deep singleplayer campaign, unique faction composition, and engaging gameplay. The Forgotten is also the only mod to feature high-definition Full Motion Videos, just like real C&C games, that advance the story. ”
Halo: Homefront for Homeworld 2
A mod that recreates Halo’s legendary space encounters.
SimMars for SimCity 4
“SimMars is a mod for SimCity 4 taking the game to Mars. It will bring new buildings, transportation systems, user-interface and music and will replace the Maxis SimCity 4 content as far as possible, giving you the feeling to play a colony on Mars.”
Star Wars: Clone Wars for Star Wars: Empire at War with Forces of Corruption add-on.
This mod takes place right after the Battle of Geonosis in “Attack of the Clones”. Replacing the Empire, Rebels and Zann Consortium with the Galactic Republic, Seperatist Alliance and Pirates.
Space Hulk for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II
“A total conversion mod in order to adapt Dawn of War 2 to Space Hulk, the board game developped by Games Workshop.”
Hellgate Tavern for Dungeon Master
A new adventure for a classic RPG.
Nehrim – At Fate’s Edge for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Gigantic total conversion for Oblivion which offers dozens hours of excellent new content.
Mount and Musket: Battalion for Mount & Blade: Warband
A mod that tries to represent a historically accurate early 1800s. It has real factions, with historical troops and items including historical maps, sounds, cannons and more.
Cleric’s Challenge for Neverwinter Nights with both add-ons.
A Conversion of classic pen and paper module. Plot: “Pommeville is a sleepy little town that seems like a good place to stay for the night. That is, until the town’s dead rise from their graves and begin terrorizing the village! Ancient evil threatens to overwhelm the good folk of Pommeville unless someone can find a way to comfort the restless dead. A lone cleric will have to be clever, courageous, and more than a little lucky to solve the mystery and save Pommeville from the mindless zombies that threaten it!”
Dragons of Autumn Dark for Neverwinter Nights with both add-ons.
Great Dragolance campaign.
Legacy of White Plume Mountain for Neverwinter Nights 2 with Storm of Zehir add-on.
A ‘treasure hunt’ sandbox campaign for single/multiplayer.
Nihil Trilogy for Neverwinter Nights 2 with Storm of Zehir add-on.
“Is it a dream you are awakening to or a living nightmare? When you open your eyes, all you see is shadow, unable to differentiate yourself from the multitude of voices you wander. You may have once been a great hero, a powerful arcanist, or merely a lowly thief, but no matter what you were before, you are a Asper. So shall you remain until you discover the reason behind your cursed state, and more importantly, how you may escape it.”
Risen Hero for Neverwinter Nights 2 with Storm of Zehir add-on.
“You awake in a destroyed village covered in blood, all around you are bodies dead and nameless. Your memories are gone, yet there is no sense of urgency or burning desire to discover your past. You are pulled into an epic journey and battle that extends throughout the realm. You will rise to become a powerful hero against an unknown and growing evil that threatens all.”
Circle of Eight Modpack for The Temple of Elemental Evil
A bugfix, rules compliance, and expanded content modification for Troika’s ‘The Temple of Elemental Evil
Right to the Throne for THe Witcher
“Right to the Throne is a short adventure focused on smooth action. ”
FUEL: REFUELED for Fuel
An enhancement modification for the game FUEL, which brings multiple bug-fixes, improvements and the addition of various new content.
Wings of the Federation for Freelancer
Long and polished custom campaign.
Armed With Wings 3
Awesome platformer with strong adventure elements.
Chase Goose 2
A Canabalt-style side-scrolling runner in which you control a goose that is running and flapping away from a giant snake monster. -Indiegames
Unreal Engine 3.0 based platformer.
Great little action puzzle where you help typical enemies from platform games leave their levels long after the hero passed through them.
A story of a little girl who accidentally loses her sheep friend by tying balloons to him and sending him into the skies. You must use ropes to attach yourself to birds and fly up as high as possible. -Indiegames
Your objective in Get Home is to help a man reach the safe comfort of his house before the song in the background ends, with many seemingly-unreachable platforms and obstructions doing their best to prevent you from getting to that goal. < -Indiegames
Gil is a simple platformer that explores a variety of different mechanics, from breaking bridges to jetpacks to levers to portals. -Indiegames
The objective here is to prevent elves from reaching the top of the building and sliding down your unprotected chimney hole, since the game is over when you’re too overwhelmed to prevent that from happening. -Indiegames
Heart of Ice
Quirky experimental platformer
Unreal 3.0 based side-scrolling platform-puzzler game in which the player uses magnetic abilities to move blocks and launch their character around. -Indiegames
Moby Dick: The Video Game
Fun little survival game where you play as a killer whale.
MooD: Waist-High in Hell
A top-down shooter that features enemies from Doom 3.
My First Quantum Translocator
A clever puzzle platformer that is centered around the concept of teleportation and inertia, created by the two brothers (Teddy and Kenny Lee of Cellar Door Games) who first came into the spotlight with their quirky text adventure game Don’t Soil Your Pants. You play as an unnamed test subject that had just applied for a translocator device experiment, helped along by an observer named Steve who offers advice on how to survive the challenges ahead with your newfound teleportation ability. -Indiegames
An entertaining platformer in which you control a platform rather than the hero. Our little guy has fallen down a hole and needs to get back to the surface, but he’s a bit of a lemming. -Indiegames
Ray Ardent Science Ninja
Cute little ninja platformer.
An arcade-style blaster in which you zoom around the sky, laying waste to tanks, towers and UFOs with upgradable lasers and special powers. Levels become progressively more difficult as you go along, although a lot of the unlockables require you buy nasty Mochi points which is a bit of a downer. It’s also a little strange that there is no real indication of how much energy you have left – instead, Red Riot is suddenly start smoking, then die with just a couple more hits. -Indiegames
Road of the Dead
Road of the Dead puts you in the seat of a car speeding down a straight highway, attempting to escape both the army and a zombie outbreak. -Indiegames
Unique parkour platformer.
Crazy arcade action game
A slick puzzle-platformer in which you hack firewalls, decrypt files and try not to activate the security protocols. -Indiegames
Super Crate Box
Super Crate Box is coming to bring back the glory of the golden arcade age, when all that really mattered was getting on that high score list. Grab your baseball cap and loosen your pants, it’s time to fight endless hordes of enemies and collect every weapon crate you can. Prepare for an arcade delight with interesting, refreshing game mechanics, cracking retro art and a terribly hip chiptune soundtrack.
A 2D platformer that features unconventional controls to learn about, where the only way you can acquire new skills is by conversing with spooky silhoutted characters for some useful wisdom and advice. There’s no text to read and instructions to play are near non-existent, but the game does provide just enough clues for you to overcome one challenge after another at a very steady pace. -Indiegames
…But That Was [Yesterday]
…But That Was [Yesterday] follows the story of a guy who is trying to push back horrible memories from his past and move forwards. At least, that’s what I think it’s about… but whatever the case, it’s very powerful stuff. -Indiegames
Activate the Three Artefacts and then Leave
Freaky exploration game
Apples in the Tree
Surreal exploration game.
Beautiful adventure game set in the old west.
Isometric maze exploration game.
In Corporate Climber you play as a working man who is trying to get to the top of the corporate ladder, having started his first job without even a piece of clothing to his name. To climb to the top of the building you would have to reach the elevator that takes you to the next level, and every new floor presents a different challenge or another puzzle for the player to solve. -Indiegames
Horror mystery adventure.
Earl Grey and This Rupert Guy
Beautiful and polished adventure game.
Gretel and Hansel Part 2
Second part of beautifuly twisted and dark adventure game.
Haunt The House
A game where you play as a ghost and your goal is to scare people away from the house.
The Infinite Ocean
New version of 2003 sci-fi adventure game with great plot and atmosphere
Morbid 2: the Cure
Spooky horror adventure game.
Next to Evil
A short 2D adventure game created in under four weeks for a monthy AGS competition, featuring only five locations to explore and a roughly the same number of simple puzzles to solve. Here you play as a woman named Duet who possesses the power to split herself into two personalities whenever she desires it. A chance encounter with a hooded figure has spurred her on to investigate who this mysterious character is, leading her to seek an audience with the rest of her royalty siblings residing in the same castle. -Indiegames
Organ Trail is a zombie homage to the classic Oregon Trail game. Amidst a zombie outbreak, a small band of friends grab a station wagon, stock up on supplies and hit the road in an attempt to reach a safezone all the way across America. -Indiegames
Interactive movie horror game
StormWinds: The Mary Reed Chronicles
Short, but fun pulpish adventure.
The Trader of Stories: Bell’s Heart
Visually stunning adventure where you Myosotis, a barterer of tales, if you will, who’s on her way to a place called The Cradle.
A physics-based puzzle game which puts you in control of a rocket launcher that can be used to fire missiles at pink-coloured brains. The objective here is to destroy all of the brains in the area (marked as green squares on the mini-map) so that you may progress to the next stage, where more brains await for their eventual annihilation at your hands. -Indiegames
Unique, but extremely fun puzzler
is a clever first-person puzzle game that tells the story of an unnamed protagonist trapped inside a maze, equipped with a pair of gloves that allows him to extrude or contract multi-coloured cubes by willpower alone. Manipulating the cubes is as simple as targeting them before pressing the left or right mouse button, although cubes will stop responding to your commands when they have reached the limit of their extension or contraction capabilities. -Indiegames
Physics puzzler where you kill zombies with metal balls.
A multiplayer racing game that features procedurally generated tracks, where every new piece of the track is built by whoever currently occupies the pole position. A floating arrow always point to either the leader of the race or the next striped pillar to reach, and the player who reaches the required number of checkpoints first (determined when the server is created) will be declared the winner. -Indiegames
Best Friends Fighter
A simple fighting game between robots made up of lots of blocks with faces. -Indiegames
Nifty little managment game.