Tinykin is a wonderful 3D platformer, almost totally devoid of notable flaws.
Potion Permit has good puzzle and simulation ideas that are ground down by tedious busywork.
Kaze and the Wild Masks is a complete package: beautiful graphics, excellent platforming mechanics, and satisfactory challenge.
Wayward Strand is an easy recommendation for anyone looking for something slower, quieter, and sweeter.
Cult of the Lamb is a hollow chocolate effigy: Satisfactory, but empty and leaving me wishing for more.
Endling effectively employs adventure and survival mechanics to make its pro-environmentalism points.
I find it difficult to express anything but relentless positivity towards Shredder’s Revenge.
Star Renegades’ smart strategy RPG battles are undermined by relying on the same few tactics with little variation.
Disco Elysium is intricate, dense, and often genius. It is also slow, unfocused, and sometimes boring.
Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth is a strong option for adventure platforming fans looking for something small and tough to sharpen their skills on.