Dodge between bullets and try not to get killed as you attempt to take out each of the bosses offered in Obsolescence. If you’ve never seen a bullet hell, then you’re either in for a treat or a beat down.
With a theme based on using little to accomplish more, is using less really able to make a good game? Well this week I’ve got one that manages to pull it off; read on to learn just how Less is More faired.
A small platformer that has turned me into a ghost seeking forgiveness from the only person who can give it to me: a goddess that hates my guts. But does that stop me? Nope. Read on to find out why.
Pushing pieces one way and then another, it’s the only thing I can do in order to solve the sliding block puzzles in a game called Push Me. Read here to see my opinion on this game of brain teasers.
When using different magnets to help my little block progress, is all the trouble, trial and error really worth the time? You’ll find out my thoughts on Magnetized when you read this week’s article.
This week is a maze game where I have to navigate multiple layers of a single level in order to unlock blocks and find my way out, but is this many-layered maze as grand as it could be? Read on to see.
A little white box is under my control and I have to get him through several levels of difficult obstacles in order to reach the end. Can I do it? And is it worth it? Read the article and you’ll see.
This week I end up as the Captain of a ship in a far flung universe filled with war and espionage! Now how’d I manage that?
Now nothing but a head, I have to search and destroy the lab at fault in order to build myself a new body, and I do this with nothing but lasers and my face. Sound fun? Read on to see if I think so.
We have a text adventure game this week, a genre that I haven’t touched in a long time. But even with being text based it earns a recommendation from me. Read the article to find out exactly why.