Onde isn’t a platformer or rhythm game (though it has pieces of both), but an ethereal, sensory journey through a colourful, abstract world.
Aspire: Ina’s Tale weaves a thoughtful tale through its striking visuals, but weak puzzle design and finnicky controls only get in the way.
Mini Motorways may look like a simple simulation game, but its puzzle-like nature and the inevitability of failure bring it closer to Tetris.
Where’s Samantha? joins the growing trend of fabric-themed platformers, though it lacks the creative variety of its inspirations.
Crossword City Chronicles is a barebones port of a woeful mobile game that turned Scrabble into a tedious, mind-numbing grind.
Darq: Complete Edition is a trip to a surreal nightmare world full of intriguing ideas, but it never lives up to its full potential.
Pixel Puzzle Makeout League charmingly blends surreal humour, super-cute romance, a heartwarming story, and plenty of pixel puzzles.
Jupiter has announced Picross S: Mega Drive and Mark III Edition, a Sega-themed Picross game coming soon to Nintendo Switch.
Etherborn’s gravity-bending, perspective-twisting puzzles are a perfect vessel for a game that wants to challenge your perceptions of reality.
After an hour of Etherborn’s gravity-bending twist on 3D platformers and surreal world, I can’t wait to see what the full game has in store.