We take a look at PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate by Double 11 and Q-Games. Does the PC port deliver the same experience as the PS4 version? Check out our review to find out!
SkyScrappers is a classic arcade-style, vertically scrolling, competitive platform-fighting game. Does it succeed in what it sets out to achieve? Check out our review!
Does Armikrog’s nostalgic appeal make it a success? Check out our review to find out!
Get trapped in a fear and loss riddled dream in Niko: Through The Dream, a beautiful little indie game from Paint Studio.
In Penarium, you play as a small farm boy who ends up in a circus of death. Does the game keep you enthralled for hours on end ? Check out our review to find out.
We review Armello! Does it live up to the expectations and hype that surrounded it fairly recently? Read our review to find out.
We review the first episode of the adventure game Blues and Bullets!
So I heard you like dying in video games ? N++ is definitely the game for you. Read our review!
We take a look at Feist, read our thoughts about this game right here!
We review Her Story, an indie game with a difference.
We take a look at the team-based shooter Primal Carnage: Extinction and find out if it has what it takes to become a much-loved, well-rounded indie.
A Day in the Woods is a charming, simplistic puzzler inspired by the story of Little Red Riding Hood. It’s developed by a local independent South African gaming development company, RetroEpic. Situated in Cape Town, the team started out as just two people, but have since grown to 12. Are they capable of developing games on an international level? Well, going by their latest title, we sure think so. Here is what we thought of the game.