Doodle God can be an addictive experience, but while it may be a good time killer on mobile, its highly marked-up price and pointless waiting times make it hard to recommend on console.
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Despite its technical problems, Dex is still an easy game to recommend.
Any torture platformer will unavoidably frustrate, but a good example of the genre will keep the player hooked through responsive and addictive gameplay and a desire to improve.
Ninja Pizza Girl fails to deliver either a potent anti-bullying message or a satisfying gaming experience.
Dungeon Punks can be tolerable in short bursts, but an extended play session could temporarily damage your will to live.
Chambara easily succeeds in its goal to be a fun couch multiplayer game.
The only other complaint I have is that it's all over pretty quickly but for such an inexpensive game, I suppose that's to be expected.
Although Moon Hunters can be beaten very quickly, you'll have to complete it many times - and in many different ways - to find all of its secrets.
Although Lifeless Planet has its fair share of faults, it's not a bad game.
If you don't mind brutally unforgiving games and like playing the same stages over and over, you might enjoy Mutant Mudds.
Other than that, there isn't a lot to fault Emily Wants To Play for.
Inversus's core gameplay is hectic and it can be fun in short bursts.
It's a shame that more of an effort wasn't put in to enliven Alone With You's gameplay.
W.M.D manages to add some interesting new aspects to the classic Worms gameplay, but it still feels almost identical to previous installments.
Metrico+ won't appeal to everyone's taste.
Despite its rough edges (and it does have quite a lot), Valley is still a very worthwhile experience.
Overall, Hue succeeds both as a cleverly crafted platformer and an emotional piece of story-telling.
Four Sided Fantasy is pretty to look at and listen to and many of its puzzles are cleverly put together and tough to solve.
140's minimalistic style will either be an appeal or a repellent, depending on your taste.
Claire does a good job of creating an unsettling world and telling a story that touches on some dark themes.