Helheim Hassle brings a new take to the puzzle genre with a cast of amusing characters steeped in Norse mythology but with a new look. There is so much to do in Helheim Hassle you'll be hard pressed to be bored. It's slightly let down by a random bug that caused me to restart from the beginning but it did only happen once so is likely a rarity.
Maid of Sker has an interesting story based on the House of Sker folklore. The use of binaural sounds is extremely well done but is let down by its reliance on jump scares and repetitive sound effects. The holding your breath mechanic does help and adds an extra layer to the survival aspect.
Deliver Us The Moon is a fantastic sci-fi thriller which looks amazing with a soundtrack to match. It's slightly let down by sluggish controls and long loading and saving screens, but makes up for it with a compelling story that leaves you desperate to find out what happened during the Blackout event.
The Inner Friend is a decent horror and while it is incredibly short there is enough variety to keep it interesting. It does have a couple of issues but it is saved by its interesting look at childhood fears. It's a good way to spend an afternoon.
Hidden Through Time is an absolute gem of a game. The basic idea is simple but couple that with the scale of the levels and some of the obscure hints it'll provide plenty of hours of hide and seek fun. A must have for anyone looking for something a little different to get lost in.
La Poule Noire have done a fantastic job with Edgar: Bokbok in Boulzac. It's a funny, feel good time of a game that doesn't take itself too seriously but delivers an enjoyable story filled with likeable characters and beautiful artwork. Edgar: Bokbok in Boulzac does a good job in introducing a humble new hero that everyone will enjoy.
Even if you have a passing interest in puzzle games, I do think you'd enjoy 7th Sector as it's different enough to stand out, with an interesting story that will keep you playing through to the end
While Mosaic is a good game, it's hard to describe it as enjoyable due to its subject matter. It has the possibility to hit a bit too close home for some, but the overall message once you hit the end might be worth it. It is by no means a bad game, just very heavy handed when it comes to its subject matter.
Hardcore Mecha doesn't bring anything new to the table, but it is extremely enjoyable. While having Japanese-only VO could cause you to miss dialogue in heavy action sequences, you might be having too much fun flying around shooting things to even notice.
While Home Sweet Home doesn't bring anything new to the table for first person horror puzzlers, it does stand out with the inclusion of Thai horror folklore which is truly terrifying. It's let down with a couple of bugs but it's not a bad way to spend a few hours.
Super Daryl Deluxe isn't that bad a game. You'll face the classic trope of the RPG difficulty spike in each new area and maybe a menu bug along the way but for the RPG fans among you it has plenty for you to do and see that you'll spending a fair amount with Daryl and a host of familiar faces.
It’s Quiz Time is a great way to spend some time with family and mates with plenty of questions and categories that will keep it fresh for a long while with the bonus of it being highly accessible for younger players thanks to the family friendly option.