Onde isn’t a platformer or rhythm game (though it has pieces of both), but an ethereal, sensory journey through a colourful, abstract world.
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Aspire: Ina’s Tale weaves a thoughtful tale through its striking visuals, but weak puzzle design and finnicky controls only get in the way.
Where’s Samantha? joins the growing trend of fabric-themed platformers, though it lacks the creative variety of its inspirations.
A heartfelt interactive fairy-tale about love, trust, and the power of a genuine apology, The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince is a stunning achievement.
The Missing looks at a glance like a grim puzzle platformer, but that’s a means to an end: a brilliant, hopeful story of masterful embracing one’s identity.
Playdead’s morbid puzzle platformer debut is back with a Switch release, giving it a well-deserved return to the spotlight.
Clockwork has a gorgeous steampunk world, intriguing story, and clever puzzles, but sluggish controls make it a frustrating experience.