Escape Doodland is designed to mimic the drawings of a middle school age kid as you race through the game’s platforming mechanic. While the setting is sophomoric, the difficult gameplay is probably more college-like.
The Time Waster this week is an indie puzzle game called Clinically Dead that challenges players to think of time travel in a whole new way.
Lust for Darkness lives up to its namesake, blending intense sexual themes with Lovecraftian horror. It pulls no punches, but while at times can be jarring and certainly uncomfortable, the game never feels unreasonably gratuitous or insulting to the player.
If you have ever dreamed of building your own supercar, racer or supped-up jalopy, then Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 is your vehicle. You may have to perform a lot of drudgery to build up your garage’s prestige and funding first, but this is a digitalized heaven for grease monkeys nonetheless.
Bad Dream: Coma crafts a disturbing and horrific narrative filled with an unsettling ambiance that should appeal to gamers looking for an adventuresome twist, so long as they can appreciate the horror elements.
This is 911, what’s your emergency? Life and death situations are nothing to play around with, but 911 Operator does a great job of making working those emergency calls entertaining, if not quite totally realistic.
Giant Machines 2017 puts you behind the wheel of some of the biggest vehicles ever created by mankind. The problem is that, as in real life, these things move very, very slowly – so that initial gargantuan-fueled excitement may run out of gas pretty quickly.
Demolish & Build 2017 challenges players to do one thing: destroy everything in sight. Forget the build part of this one, the main focus is realistically destroying a variety of buildings in a surprisingly laid-back, highly destructive simulation.
Phantaruk is the first attempt at a horror game from indie developer Polyslash. While it provides an interesting setting and backstory, this freshman outing is likely too flawed to gain widespread success in the increasingly crowded horror genre.
Billy is playing Street Arena, a GTA2 clone, that promises him loads of explosions, gunfights and crazy action in a multiplayer setting. Does it hold true?