Feudal Alloy is a delightful platformer where you play a determined little robot and his fish companion on a quest to save the other robots in the old folks home. It’s also one of the funniest titles that our Modern Gamer has ever come across. Medieval mayhem abounds this week!
Working on the railroad was never so much fun as with Unrailed, a clever building game where you have to deal with outlaws, harsh terrain and supply issues to try and keep your train moving forward through this colorful, procedurally generated world.
One of the most exciting platformers released in a very long time, Jet Kave Adventure arms our stone age hero with a futuristic jet pack so he can take on invading aliens in this colorful, action-packed 2.5D platform adventure game.
Grab your shiny new pennies and head down to the arcade for some impressive old timey shooter action with Bartlow’s Dread Machine, one of the first games to earn a perfect score review from our Modern Gamer. So you know this is a good one!
The World of Darkness universe comes to the Nintendo Switch, with deep storytelling and plots that up to now, only PC gamers got to really enjoy. We stroll into Werewolf: The Apocalypse as it takes a bite out of consoles.
In Body of Evidence you act as a crime scene technician, only this title has a major surprise. You don’t work for the cops. You are an agent of the bad guys, cleaning up all the evidence of their nefarious crimes.
When you inherit a cat cafe from your mysterious aunt, it’s up to you to improve operations, find some new resident animals, cook some tasty dishes and save an island in this fun and savvy adventure that anyone can play. It’s Calico in Modern Gamer this week!
Tanuki Justice finds Japanese racoon spirit animal ninjas taking on the world to save it from an evil feudal warlord. And while you have lots of weapons at your disposal, the enemies just keep coming. Fight for justice if you dare, Tanuki style.
This week our modern gamer tries out the Valve Virtual Reality gear with a few great games like Half-Life Alyx and Beat Saber, as well as some drawing programs. It was great fun, but we don’t know if we will ever get her back to real life.
Channeling destruction in its purest form, Destropolis provides a minimalist shooter that is both sparse and beautiful at the same time. Set to the music of LukHash, Destropolis is one unique, and uniquely challenging, twin-stick shooter.