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Arcade-type beat-’em-ups are usually good fun, as there’s not a lot of plot to consider; you can just beat the crap out of things. Movie theaters (and some pizza parlors) used to feature these types..
Warning: This game contains bright lights and fast movement, which may cause issues with photosensitive viewers. Please use caution when watching the video. We showed you some screenshots of Black Ice back in March, and it’s only..
Released on July 1 for Windows by Ludicrous Games, The Bounty is a Roguelike JRPG created to be difficult. The player’s goal is to solve puzzles that block physical progress, kill enemies as they appear, collect..
When I play horror games, I spend a lot of time yelling, “Nope!” while running in the opposite direction of whatever monster is present. Thus, side-scrollers make me distinctly uncomfortable when they have horror elements,..
The Last Tinker: City of Colors, a new game by Mimimi Productions and Unity Games, is a very colorful adventure platformer with unique mechanics and navigation. You play as Koru, a kid who lives in..
Everyone’s favorite nazi fighting, half human-half vampire femme fatale, Agent Rayne, is back in a new game that is more of a celebration of gore then either of her two previous games, or any of..
1849 is a new game by SomaSim, and simulates the experience of living in California around the time of the Gold Rush. There are two modes, story and sandbox, where the ultimate goal is to..
I complain sometimes about games being difficult, or make the excuse that I’m terrible at games. It’s more about saving face than anything else, but there’s always this feeling of frustration I get before I make..
Casual games are an interesting breed. Years ago, these games might never have been on an actual device, except through a flash player on the computer. Now, most of us have at least one casual..