Although Roxy Raccoon isn't a fast-paced platformer, it works quite well as a relaxing collect-a-thon, and is worth giving a look-see if you like raccoons, cute cosmetics, and a ton of collectibles!
Pupperazzi does a great job at being an adorable and relaxing game that's easy to put down and pick up at your leisure! 12/10 would pet the pups again.
Although lacking in some aspects, what Grow: Song of the Evertree gets right is the sense of whimsical fun and adventure. Definitely worth giving a try!
Whilst Lucius is an incredibly fun and unique puzzle game, the sheer number of bugs and slightly annoying ending somewhat brought the game down at the end.
Expedition Zero manages to scare without using any jumpscares, doesn't overstay its welcome, and delivers a great creepy and atmospheric post-apocalyptic experience.
Smooth controls, a varied and inclusive cast of characters, and a phenomenal amount of things to do make this such an easy 10/10 for me. The only downside I can think of is that it has an ending.
TAPE: Unveil the Memories is a pretty solid narrative story if you're into dark themes and exploring the subconscious.
A great idea that got bogged down by bad execution in multiple areas.
Party Maker has a lot of charm, and despite some of the features feeling a bit unpolished, I would've loved to recommend it. Unfortunately, there's a game-breaking bug and no way to fix it.
Probably one of the cutest, most creative platformer titles I've had the pleasure of playing. There's no reason not to pick this game up!
Although the game has potential, it falls short overall due to a lack of proper care and clunky gameplay.