Mini-reviews for a handful of colourful, creative indie metroidvanias: 9 Years of Shadows, Pronty, and Curse of the Sea Rats.
The ‘reverse city builder’ is more than just an intriguing concept: Terra Nil manages to blend a relaxing strategy puzzler with a potent message.
Can developer WB Montreal step out from Batman’s shadow, or are these caped crusaders trapped in the dark?
I’ve never paid much attention to stance in a skating game. Riding switch–what’s normally your…
‘A bit sexy, a bit rude and raunchy, a bit (lot) silly ‘: Matt Sainsbury opens up about his flirty comedy visual novel, A Week On The Water.
Farming and witchcraft make a magical combination, but it’s the heartfelt story of acceptance that really sets Wylde Flowers apart.
Classic arcade-style shmup action, a cute pastel art style, and a quest to save breakfast combine in indie cute-’em-up Hazelnut Hex.
A roguelike twist doesn’t always hit the right mark, but The Dragoness is still a decent introduction to Might and Magic-style strategy.
Loop8: Summer of Gods sees players reliving a sunny summer in a quaint seaside town circa 1983… while also battle demons to save humanity.
‘Bullet hell meets grotesque childhood nightmares’ in NeverAwake, a creepy twin-stick shooter that hits Steam next month.