Mulaka is a solid, fun entry into the action-adventure genre. But the greatest and most enduring feature that Mexico-based developer Lienzo treats its players to is a well-researched and deep cultural history of the Tarahumara region, history and peoples.
I’m finally off my new smartphone high this week and am returning to browser games. This is always where the heart of the Time Waster has been, and this week we look at There’s Just One Boss, a clever game whose title is slightly deceiving.
This week’s Time Waster is Trap Dungeons 2, which promises to frustrate players that enjoy difficult and cheap platformers.
This week Billy is checking up on Sword With Sauce. He originally previewed the game in Early Access a year ago and now the final version is out!
This week’s Time Waster is a fan game called Mega Man Arena that tries to turn the classic Blue Bomber into a battle royal game.
This week our local Time Waster is in love with a mobile racing game called Data Wing that mixes up the genre and tells an interesting story at the same time.
Billy’s old phone is quickly approaching death, so he got a new one this week and decided to test it out with a 2D platformer called Rotating Brave.
It’s been over 40 years since the original Space Invaders began assimilating piles of quarters from obsessed players in darkened arcades worldwide. Now, the little high-stepping aliens are back in the gorgeous Space Invaders Extreme.
This week our Time Waster is Duke Dashington Remastered, which is a remaster of a game Billy has reviewed before, but has much changed?
For a game with a tiny price, Sky Force Reloaded has a lot to offer. From its colorful and detailed graphics to its challenging gameplay, responsive controls and a heavy dose of nostalgia, everything about this game screams quality.