Hoa proves that you don’t need clever puzzles or wild boss fights to succeed as a platformer.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is a beautiful, challenging, and fantastic successor to the Wonder Boy series.
Inspired by the 8-bit and 16-bit action-platformers of yesteryear, The Messenger is an ambitious and well-balanced side-scroller that's as difficult as it is funny.
Phantom Doctrine blends several complex mechanics and a well-realized Cold War setting into one brilliantly engaging experience.
The unique blend of Metroid and pinball makes Yoku's Island Express as entertaining as it is charming.
City of Brass is a good dungeon crawler, with some of its best moments and mechanics derived from its rendition of an Arabian Nights theme. While its repetitive scenery and uneven presentation are noticeable tarnishes on its sheen, the satisfying combat and well-balanced difficulty curve will keep you going back for more.
OK K.O. Let's Play Heroes perfectly captures the tone of the show, but the shallow mechanics prove to be its kryptonite.
With more errors (forced and unforced) than winners, AO Tennis is a disappointing return to the tennis game world.
Rumu combines some superb character work and heady sci-fi themes into a heart-wrenching story about love, family, and loneliness.