Bombslinger Review: A New Take on the Bomberman Formula

Take a concoction that's two parts Bomberman, one part Wild West, and lace it with some thick rougelike elements. The result? Bombslinger, a game...

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe Review

It doesn't feel right to review Jettomero: Hero of the Universe like a product, because it doesn't feel like a product to begin with....

Caveman Warriors Review: An Action-Packed Blast From the Past

What comes to mind when you think of the defining qualities of 80's and 90's games? Would they include straightforward, undiluted action, or the...

Death’s Gambit Review: That Which Won’t Die

Developed by White Rabbit and produced by Adult Swim Games, Death’s Gambit is one undead’s journey across a war-ravaged land as Death’s soldier of retribution....

All Walls Must Fall Review: Tech-Noir Tactics With a Hint of Imbalance

If you eagerly scrolled to the bottom, you already know the Kickstarter game's All Walls Must Fall's final score; a three. However, there needs to...

Treasure Hunter Simulator Review: Digging up a Diamond?

Treasure Hunter Simulator is a game which managed to be surprising in a few different ways. Firstly it's use of the term 'simulator', isn't...

Oh My Godheads for the Switch Review: Falling Short of Devine

Oh My Godheads is the latest Nindie that is new to the Nintendo Switch but isn't new to gamers in general. When you're talking...

Seven: The Days Long Gone Review

Seven: The Days Long Gone, is at first glance, an unassuming game. It has a silly name, but it otherwise looks like a solid...

Desert Child Review: Left High & Dry

There's a lot to like about Desert Child, the new game from Oscar Brittain. The graphics hearken back to 90s DOS games, bringing about...

Nidhogg 2 Switch Review : Dueling for Best Nindie Switch Port

Nidhogg 2 is another in what is becoming a long line of very good indie games that are arriving on the Nintendo Switch. There...
Overcooked 2 Review

Overcooked 2 Review: A Fresh Second Course

Overcooked 2 finds you returning to the Onion Kingdom, once again teaming up with friends to save it in restaurant themed challenges. You and...
Where Are My Friends?

Where Are My Friends? Reviewed: Multi-Genre Reach Exceeds Its Grasp

Where Are My Friends? is developer Beard Game Studios’ first release, and trying to span four different genres in your first game is a...
“Armello” illustration, featuring an anthropomorphic lion king with a sword. A glowing, somewhat transparent, slightly purple crown floats in his other clawed paw.

Armello Review: Animal Kingdom at War on the Nintendo Switch

For relatively quick doses of strategic bouts with an attractive design, Armello hits a sweet spot on the Nintendo Switch. Made by Australian developer...