Arcade Spirits is a romantic visual novel set it a wonderful alternative history where the videogame crash of 1983 never happened, and the arcades of yesteryear never went out of style. You get to run your own arcade while trying to find true love.
This week Billy feels like he’s back in high school as he checks out Chuzzle 2, a sequel to a game that came out back in 2005. Is Chuzzle 2 as good as the origional, or perhaps even better? Only one way to find out!
Mages of Mystralia is a cool Zelda-like game that puts a heavy emphasis on crafting your own unique arsenal of spells. It’s so powerful that you can even break the game a little bit, solving puzzles far before you should.
Overall, Rehtona is an adorable little puzzle platformer that has players navigating between light and dark worlds, and having actions taken in them influence one another. Even the name Rehtona is another puzzle itself. See if you can figure it out.
While Tower Of Shirin is every bit a puzzle adventure game, with all the pros can cons that entails, this one tends to rise above the pack a bit with colorful characters, and interesting world and a good story to move things along.
Backed by the full Star Trek license, the Star Trek Timelines free-to-play mobile game puts you in the role of a Starfleet Captain tying to unravel a temporal crisis. And you have just about every Star Trek hero from every era to back you up.
Townsmen has existed on the PC for a while, and later on mobile platforms. Now it jumps over to consoles for the first time, laying its foundation on the Nintendo Switch. Find out if this one is worth building on in our deep dive review.
This week’s Time Waster has Billy taking on the role of a bard’s love as he tires to guide it through challenges and to its recipient in Mellowdy.
The You Don’t Know Jack series has been around for about as long as people have been playing games on computers and consoles. The Jackbox Party Pack 5 adds new games and some innovations, such as turning any cellphone into a controller.
Designed purely as a party game, best enjoyed with a lot of people whacking each other in local play, Nidhogg II can be a blast in the right circumstances, but kind of a letdown if playing alone.