You play a father searching for a child lost deep in the woods in Someday You’ll Return, although there is a lot more going on beneath the surface. With light horror elements and an engaging story, this is a good game to get lost in for a while.
Released at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, The Complex is an interactive movie about bioterrorism and virus fears that is well acted and extremely interesting, but which might hit a bit too close to home. The movies might be closed, but you can still enjoy cinema deep inside The Complex.
Excerpt: If you are looking for a unique game to while away the hours, In Other Waters fits that bill. It’s a point and click adventure cleverly disguised as an exploratory title where you must plumb the depths of a mysterious, alien ocean.
And you thought your coronavirus lockdown was bad? In Crew 167: The Grand Block Odyssey, you have been alone for over 100 years, and your mind is playing tricks on you in this delightful sci-fi puzzle adventure.
Yes, Your Grace puts you in the role of the king of a struggling kingdom. You will need to satisfy the needs of your people, interact with your sometimes unreasonable family, and keep everyone from getting murdered in a pending invasion.
Congratulations, it’s a girl! Ciel Fledg: A Daughter Raising Simulator puts you in the role of a 30th century parent of a planet overrun by aliens. No pressure, but your job is to raise the most important child in the world.
You’re an apostate hunter in a world where demons roam and hide amongst humanity. Your goal? Liberate RotBork and kill them all. This comic book game has action, mystery, puzzles and lots of demon killing. So pretty much everything.
This week we take a look at a brand new visual novel series focused on adventure and romance that is coming to both consoles and mobile platforms. The first story is called Code Realize: Rebirth of the Guardian, so let’s dive right in.
We’ve all played deep MMOs on the computer, but what about on your phone? This week the Modern Gamer checks out Black Desert Mobile, the portable version of the popular PC online RPG. Will it cast a similarly powerful spell?
Are you bored with everyday life? Need a boost? Pick up Paranoia! It’s a game where the average worker-gamer gets introduced to a whole new parody of gaming in slapstick frustration. It’s weird, wild, weird again, and a little wonderful.