Is it a music album? Is it a twin-stick shooter? Is it a work of abstract art? Yes, to all of the above. Everyday Shooter by Queasy Games / Johnathan Mak is just as captivating and addictive as it is confusing. It brings a lot to the genre without being too overbearing in it’s play […]
A proud member of the Bit.Trip series which started on the Wii, this one by Gaijin Games is virtually an 8-bit parkour simulator. Well, kinda anyway. Move to the right and get dat GOLD. Jump the stuff, kick the other stuff, then sliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiide. Starring Commander Video.
Hallucinogenic, beautiful, LSD fueled twin-stick shooter from hell. Really Big Sky will keep you guessing and most likely smash you into an asteroid in the process. You get a drill, you get some lasers, you get lots of flashing colors, add some pumping techno, then you randomize EVERYTHING and you’ve got Really Big Sky. Give […]
A rather charming puzzle game that you should know about. A Virus Named Tom by Misfits Attic, is about spreading a virus you made (Tom) through the products of a company who fired you for becoming an evil genius. I love the premise and the developers sense of humor, I really enjoy the presentation, and […]
A wonderful physics based action/platformer by the studio Two Tribes. It seems like they pretty much did everything right with this game, I have very little to criticize. The music, the art, the quirky sense of discovery, it’s all there. You owe it to yourself to give this one a try. Check it out on […]
Holy crap dinosaurs… way to celebrate your game launch devs! Please pass this video on to keep more innocent people from spending their money on this.
Do you like your metroidvania games so much you wish they would never end? Well, here you go… A Valley Without Wind is your incredibly ambitious answer.
I know Rock of Ages is a generally older and more mainstream game, but I really wanted to show it off, since I find it very playable and entertaining… and Anza hadn’t seen it in action. A quirky off-beat combination of a tower-defense game and Super Monkey Ball (wtf, right?), Rock of Ages comes together […]
A quick rundown of some of the pros and cons to “Shoot Many Robots”. In short? Totally worth it. Demiurge Studios has created an outstanding RPG/Platformer/Shooter with some great co-op and robot smashing fun. Throw in all the over the top weapons and bosses and it’s easy to see why you’d want this one.