REVIEW: The Planet of the Vicious Creatures


The Planet of the Vicious Creatures is an old-school themed and inspired platformer. The player will control a nameless astronaut and will have to guide him (or her maybe?) through various platform-based levels of increasing complexity.

REVIEW: Astervoid 2000


Back when the Nintendo 64 was released, it opened a fantastic era of 4-player games sharing the same screen while the PC focused on online gaming. Twenty years later, 4-player games are released on PC like an avalanche since TowerFall has shown that there is a strong demand for it. Astervoid 2000 is one of…

REVIEW: Black Hole Hazard


It’s rare, even among indie games, for a developer to try something truly unique, instead of going with some tried-and-true formula.  With Black Hole Hazard, developer Superthumb makes the attempt at something unique, a game that really doesnt play like anything else.  The results are… interesting, but also very mixed, creating a game that I…

REVIEW: Xenoraid


Xenoraid is an interesting beast… certainly different from the usual fare within it’s genre. In many shmup games, the focus really is on dodging more than anything else.  Actually hitting the enemy with your attacks in most games is practically a given, particularly in bullet-hell games.  If they’re in front of you, and if you’re…