Untitled Goose Game is undiluted genius.
SteamWorld Dig’s humble approach to indie platforming makes it an enjoyable choice to fill an evening or two.
Dusk is a retro love letter to Quake packed with horrifying images and clever level design.
Hidden Object Games are fun, bite-sized throwbacks to the plot-and-puzzle-driven adventure videogames of the 1990s.
Access Denied is an adequate test of problem solving skills that fills a free evening.
The Messenger is an excellent and efficient retro platformer.
I’m not trying to sound hyperbolic; CrossCode is just that good.
Golf Club Wasteland is intriguing as an atmospheric experience delivering an apocalyptic message, but as a golf videogame it’s a double bogey.
Dodgeball Academia’s beautiful sprite art and fun premise cannot overcome its tiny world and repetitive matches.
With its story-driven design and approachable mechanics, Griftlands is a great entry point to the deckbuilder genre.