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15 Games Rated and Reviewed
Incredible physics-based puzzle game with stunning visual effects. The puzzles are a little too easy and simple, but exploring the game’s world would be fun even without puzzles. Worth a try just for the mind-bending experience!
A fun little asymmetric multiplayer game with a "one-vs-all" take on the territory painting mechanic found in Splatoon. Worth a try if you like easy-to-pick-up/hard-to-master multiplayer fun!
Shinsekai Into the Depths
It's a watered-down metroidvania game (no pun intended) with some survival and resource management mechanics. While pretty, it's very slow and gets very dull. Was a slog to play through and went on for longer than necessary.
The gyro controls are a bit hard to get used to and make it difficult to play in public or in moving vehicles, but great game otherwise. It’s fun, challenging, and honestly worth playing for the animated cutscenes alone. Try it!
A fantastic Zelda-like adventure game packed with dungeons, puzzles, quests, and a huge world to explore through seafaring. Don’t skip this one!
PAC-MAN Party Royale
As much as I love Pac-Man, this game simply doesn’t make the cut for me. Compared to its predecessors, it’s just not fun. Doesn’t offer anything noteworthy, extremely slow-paced, multiplayer-only, boring.
Pretty standard word puzzle game with a cute aesthetic. Relaxing and simplistic, but nothing really unique there.
Jenny LeClue - Detectivu
A fantastic mystery adventure game packed with point-and-click style puzzles and dialogue choices. Great visuals and really fun interactive mechanics. Unique narrative too! Play it!
This TCG brings me back to my young school days. Digimon meets Hearthstone with a cute narrative, nice characters, and a unique art style. It’s fun but, unfortunately, the combat and strategy doesn’t run very deep. Kids would love this!
Exit the Gungeon
The controls definitely require a little getting used to but, aside from that, it's a pretty great game! A unique take on the bullet-hell genre with rogue-like elements and filled to the brim with personality.
The Enchanted World
This game essentially boils down to a sliding tile puzzle game, but presented in a very unique manner. The variety of tiles and obstacles found in the game adds an interesting layer of puzzle and strategy. Worth a try.
An incredibly well illustrated runner. Hectic and seems to always have something new up its sleeve to keep the gameplay interesting. The movement controls, the scrap market, water system, dragon combat, eggs, freefall sections. So much.
Honestly, not much to say on that one. It’s a management sim with light RPG elements. Very light. It’s fine if you like that sort of game, but don’t expect Animal Crossing or Harvest Moon.
A rogue-like, turn-based, strategy game that focuses on resource management. Evade creatures, switch/upgrade cars, find better equipment, manage your crew and gas, and see how far you can make it. Looks beautiful. Expect a harsh difficulty curve.
A fantastically illustrated and animated point-and-click adventure. The story, characters, setting, dialogue is all so wonderful. Interacting with the various characters and keeping track of all the information is so fun. A must play!