Category: Reviews

Reviews of the latest indie titles (and some non-indie)

Zenzizenzic is a Heavenly Bullethell Shooter

There’s real beauty in the game’s simplicity and how its individually simple design elements combine to create something gorgeous to look at. Pair it with Bignic’s eclectic, bass-heavy soundtrack and you’ve got a game that apes its contemporaries but still manages to break off in a direction of its own.

Zenzational!

Everything Is (Kinda) Awesome In Lego Minifigures Online

To get you going in Lego Minifigures Online you’re given a choice from a handful of starter characters and then thrust into a world of adventure, fun and mercilessly unrelenting product placement – but that was to be expected.

Kill Bill and four others in RONIN

RONIN snuck up on us this month with a rather confusing premise. Turn based action platformer it’s little badge said proudly. At first, thinking perhaps there had been a mistake we came over to politely explain that that would never work.

Build Many Bridges in Polybridge

There’s nothing like a good bridge building simulator to awaken the civil engineer inside of me. It’s one of the few genres that allows me to be creative, giving the freedom to eschew the more obvious solution and allowing my mind to come up with something truly innovative

Rootin’, Tootin’ and Shootin’ in Westerado: Double Barreled

In Westerado: Double Barreled you’ll choose your side, be it with the native Americans or the oil tycoon, become a hero or a villain, and pull your gun out in mid-conversation for no other damn reason than you felt like it.