What do you get when you mix a gun with an umbrella? You guessed it. A pretty darn good game, that’s what.
“Vandalism sim” Sludge Life 2 doesn’t reinvent the spray can, but the vibes are impeccable.
The second entry in the McPixel saga will have you chuckling your way through an incredibly silly compilation of short 20-second long minigames.
Past Dropsy’s surreal presentation and wordless gameplay lies a positively moving experience that will likely get to you.
Cult of the Lamb is a deliciously adorable game where being evil does indeed pay.
Trek to Yomi fails to rise above its issues with repetitive combat, despite its beautiful presentation that emulates old samurai flicks.
Weird West is an indie action RPG that has strengths, but also a design which was arguably too ambitious for the small team that made it.
Flying Wild Hog have taken big risks to radically streamline the Shadow Warrior formula, and the result is a blast – while it lasts.
Unless you’ve already done so on other systems, then you’re excused. Or you can buy it again now, it’s totally worth it.
Perfectly timed for Halloween, this game from the developer of Pony Island also mixes roguelike and escape room elements into its heady combination.