Together Is About The Challenges Of Balancing Love & Personal Needs

Together places players in a loving relationship with someone they care about, but asks them how they can take care of themselves when that love starts to die, or their partner starts needing so much from them that they have little left for their own well-being. In Together, the interactions seem quite simple. Players can […]

Action/Gardening Dark Soil Has Players Reaping What They Sow

Gardening is no easy task, and coupled with deadly plant life, it’s down right dangerous. Dark Soil is a mix of Dark Souls and gardening, having players planting seeds, sprinkling them with water to raise them into vicious vegetation, then fighting the sinister plants they’ve grown. Armed with your trusty watering can and a sack […]

Austen Translation Is Satirical Strategy Game About Marrying Well

Taking players to a somewhat sillier Jane Austen-inspired world, Austen Translation, tasks players with marrying a wealthy bachelor, doing so by sabotaging rivals for manipulating opponents, spreading rumors, and maybe dropping a piano on someone. In Austen Translation, the player’s aim is to make their rivals look bad in the eyes of the bachelor they’re […]

20,000 Atmospheres Promises A Dungeon Crawler Deep Beneath The Ocean Surface

There’s something unique about a game that focuses on a tactile UI and mechanics. From the hands-on manipulation of The Room and Myst to the command consoles of Deadnaut and the grainy screens of Capsule, it’s one way to immerse the player in the role of a character and in a setting. 20,000 Atmospheres looks […]

Make Evil Underwater Robots Kill Each Other In Action-Puzzler Subaeria

In a dystopic future where humankind has to live in underwater cities, President Dorf’s capitalist totalitarian democracy isn’t to everyone’s liking. Poor people have to toil in the factories, overseen by robots with a licence to kill. Young Styx and her friendly drone companion won’t have anymore of that and set out to give Dorf […]

First Winter Is A Short Dread-Inducing Slice Of First-Person Horror

Dan Sanderson’s Pacific was a very short, but quite effective piece of uneasy tension, with its shifting halls and minimalist storytelling. First Winter is a remake of that project, now with more detailed but no less unnerving environments and a more intricate narrative. The set-up for First Winter is already one steeped in paranoia and […]

Battle Bullet-Winged Bosses In Hectic Arcade Shooter Vectorium

Vectorium is the latest entry in the “minimalist bullet hell action” category of dual stick shooter, complementing the fast-paced combat with clever boss designs and a frenetic abstract style. Guiding an agile triangle through increasingly crazy gauntlets, survival is the goal in Vectorium. It doesn’t take long for the screen to become a kaleidoscope of […]

Everything Is Going To Be OK’s Final Update Brings Personal Exploration & A Fever Dream OS

Everything is going to be OK, a beautifully surreal and darkly funny game of healing tragedy through humor as best we can, has received one final update. In it, players can lose themselves in a ‘fever dream OS’, exploring the developer’s own vulnerabilities, the sensations of an OS that doesn’t necessarily want the ‘player’ there, […]

Roulette Knight’s Thrilling Life Gamble Is Surprisingly Appealing

Russian Roulette is all about risk, but you may be able to cheat the odds in Roulette Knight! Players will be able to take advantage of items, abilities, and risk level to level up their knight and traverse the map, trying not to shoot themselves in the head the entire way. You’ll start as a […]