REVIEW: DreamBreak

When I first came across DreamBreak I was really excited by what I saw, the gorgeous pixel art, the lovely soundtrack, which you can listen to in the trailer, and the feeling of a dystopian USSR made me crave for this game.


REVIEW: Selma and The Wisp

In Selma and the Wisp you play as a ball of light that leads a little girl through several levels of dangerous situations in a nightmare world. It’s akin to platforming by dragging someone tied to you by a rope and hoping they make it all the way through the pitfalls. This can be good…


REVIEW: Lovely Planet Arcade

The original Lovely Planet was certainly an unexpected bit of joy – And by joy I mean frantic, stressful, skill-demanding shooting that was punctuated by a (mostly) strong soundtrack and bright, cheerful visuals.


PREVIEW: Bunker Punks

Roguelikes tend to fall into two categories when it comes to challenge: One in which the game does its best to stomp your face into the ground, and the other in which the game becomes laughably easy once you have a certain build or certain items. Bunker Punks however taps into the Spelunky school of…