Sun Wukong VS Robot is a great platforming experience. It's addictively fun to play, hard as nails, and honestly a joy for fans of the genre. At the budget price of $4.99, it's easy to recommend this title to players ready for their next challenge.
Earth Defense Force: World Brothers is a good third-person shooter that's a little on the light side in terms of graphical style and humour, but don't be fooled – there are many missions to conquer and plenty of characters to unlock as you seek your ultimate team. The fast-paced action should keep you busy for hours.
Regina & Mac World is heavily inspired by platforming greats of the past, yet falls short on delivering the fun homage it aims to provide. It plays more like a demo, with a poorly designed platforming experience and clumsy controls. I am hopeful of an improved version in the future but, for now, this is sadly one to avoid.
Miitopia surpassed my expectations! There's a surprising amount of content here, given the initial appearance and cutesy graphics. If you prefer the light-hearted side of RPGs, there's a lot of fun to be had, with a lengthy game on offer. And it is loads of fun creating Miis of your family and friends (or teddies and pets) along the way.
Despite a fun premise overall, SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off is tough to recommend. Apart from its high price tag, it also lacks the touchscreen controls that made the original so fun. It’s missing some of the heart of the series, which could have been addressed with some simple audio cues. I actually enjoyed my time with this game, but it would be a better purchase if picked up on sale. A big sale.
Astro Aqua Kity is a super-fun shooter, with great audio and visuals along with fluid gameplay and spot-on action. There are a lot of options to keep even the fussiest player happy during this tough but enjoyable undersea adventure. Check it out!
Chess Knights – Viking Land provides hours of puzzle-based gameplay using a twist on the usual chess formula. With some additional incentives to replay, and a little more finesse in the controls, this could be a must-have puzzle game. It's still worth checking out, particularly anyone with a penchant for chess.
Dreaming Sarah's surreal world is fun to explore, all wrapped in great pixel art and an excellent soundtrack. There's plenty of variety and puzzles to solve. Despite its short length, it's worth checking out if you're after something different yet memorable in the genre.
Although it tries to shake up the shooter forumal, Redout: Space Assault doesn't fully succeed, with a lack of clear instructions and a control scheme that's not intuitive. Although there's plenty of action, it's not as satisfying as it should be to shoot your way through space.
Vera Blanc's second outing is very much like her first in terms of style and gameplay, bringing both good and bad elements from the original game along for another ride. Still, the story is fun to read and the mystery worth solving, so fans will find enjoyment here.
When the Past was Around is a well-made point-and-click adventure. The music and visuals contribute to the captivating, if abstract, tale. The puzzles are just right in terms of difficulty, although the game could be a little longer overall, making it a very good distraction for an afternoon.
Door Kickers is a complex game made for the strategic thinker. There's a lot of content to sink your teeth into, providing almost endless hours of S.W.A.T. combat. It could use better tutorials, and the convoluted controls may put some players off at first, but there's a lot to uncover here for fans of tactical shooters.
Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition is packed with content and should appeal to anyone who loves the Jurassic Park franchise and enjoys management-simulation games. There are presentation and interface flaws, but given the sheer amount of content on offer, fans should still check this one out.