Release date announced for 2D platformer 88 Heroes

    Rising Star games have today announced that the release date for their eagerly anticipated platformer 88 Heroes from acclaimed developer Bitmap Bureau, will launch...

    Cuphead Developers Remortgaged Their Houses To Make This Game

    The developers of the highly anticipated platformer Cuphead have shared their story in an interview with Having originally been unveiled at E3 2014, people...

    Review: Unmechanical Extended

    Unmechanical Extended is a physics-based puzzle game with a strangely soothing (and equal parts enjoyable) music. It sports an interesting mix of biological and mechanical imagery throughout its artwork and, despite their being very little plot to the game I found myself immersed in the continually changing puzzle types.

    Review: Deadbolt

    When we think of the Grim Reaper we imagine a tall, black robed figure with a sickle. The developers of Deadbolt, Hopoo Games, imagined...

    West of Loathing’s Release Date Confirmed: August 10

    From the creator's of the highly beloved broswer RPG Kingdom of Loathing comes the long awaited sequel by Asymmetric Productions, West of Loathing. You...

    Flat Kingdom launches next week!

    Flat Kingdom will officially be released on April 7th

    The Longest 5 Minutes review: A JRPG Distilled from Better JRPGs

    Despite a good start and its many sterling qualities, TL5M is shackled by its temporal premise.

    Indivisible Preview: Something To Look Forward To

    Indivisible is the new game from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games. Indivisible was successfully crowdfunded in 2015. They have released a preview of the game for backers to show the people who pledged money how the development is progressing

    None of That Weak Sh!t: Lethal League Blaze Coming to PC...

    Earlier today, Team Reptile dropped a trailer for a sequel to their beloved baseball fighter, Lethal League, called Lethal League Blaze. Not too much...

    Tartarus review: Highs Gradually Turn to Lows

    Tartarus is a game with many elements that gradually decrease in quality as the game progresses. All of these elements however, are just window-dressing for the meat of the game which is the puzzles.