I have to admit- I lack experience on the genre of this game. Still every single time I played a Japanese mech fighting game the experience was awesome, but I always had the
HAL Laboratory is most well known for the Kirby series, but has been creating games for various consoles (especially Nintendo ones) since the 1980s. Obviously a fan of retro style titles, BOXBOY! is a throwback
For a few years now, the mobile market has been booming with different types of games, and some of them (regardless of whether they had creative ideas or not) eventually saw release on a
In a world where food doesn’t have an expiration date, getting ingredients from monsters is just as safe as buying it in shops and grabbing fish from the ground is as fresh as
The side scrolling adventure game, Zombie Incident is brought to you by the one manned operative indie company, Coder Child, based
The Nintendo DS had a large variety of shooting games on it. From console ports like Call of Duty: Black Ops, to story-driven horror games like Dementium, to even Nintendo's own Metroid Prime: Hunters, the
Titan Attacks is a Galaga-clone that released on Steam from Puppy Games. Hardcore fans of games like Galaga and Space Invaders seemed to take a liking to the game, and the game was
Moon Chronicles is a remake of the original game, Moon, which came out on the DS as a retail title. Developer Renegade Kid remade the game to harness the 3DS\'s additional power and
One man studio Hörberg Productions released the original Gunman Clive a couple years ago on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for only $2. The title was heavily inspired by 80s classics (Mega Man, Super
Should you bother to think inside this puzzlebox?
I love retro video games. The sense of pureness, the lack of any stupid DLC or day 1 patches, everything just felt more pure. Sure, games were much simpler then, but that wasn\'t
Truth be told, I never was the biggest dungeon crawler fan until the DS. I remember reading a review for a certain dungeon crawler on a website and they basically said they couldn\'t
Tappingo 2 is a game about sliding tiles. Tap them in the right order, satisfy each tile\'s number, and you\'ll form some nice pixel art. Cherish it forever. Also, it\'s $3.
Everything you love about the genre, only slower and a bit boring.