Looking for a new game to play is much like fishing. Sometimes you’ll catch a tasty salmon with its high fidelity scales and stunning photorealistic movements. Other times you’ll catch a beautiful tiny fish that has so many colours and is such a quirky little thing you can’t help but mount it on the wall. Then there are the brown fish. A zoologist would tell you they are all different species but it’s hard to tell. The brown coated Gearow, the brown grey Cod and the splurge coated Scourge: Outbreak (Lat: Scourgious Shittius).
Fight the dragon understands this and focuses on giving you endless amounts of locations to chop and burn foes and solve puzzles. The only cure for alcoholism is more alcohol after all!
Personally we think this is a ridiculous observation. Anyone who claims that games are too easy these days has clearly never played Demons souls or Dark Souls or Super Meatboy or I wanna Be The Guy… the list goes on and now Cloudbuilt has every right to join their ranks. Anyone who thinks games are too easy, we challenge you to play this.
Quest of Dungeons could be classified as the training wheels of rougelike games.
Wizards and Dragons and all types of fantastic beasts await you in this ambitious and fun turn based strategy game.
Windforge brings a lot of new ideas to the crafting/platformer table, which is refreshing when you see the amount of stale clones out there. If you want to be a steampunk Captain Ahab chasing the white sky whale through the seven skies or if gutting whales and piloting them like some Leatherface parody. Then this is the game for you.
When the market is bloated with gritty war shooters and generic fantasy RPGs, we will immediately be drawn to a game with a unique setting or a fresh art style. A game like Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan. Often this urge to try new things can lead to a pleasant surprise but in this case, curiosity killed the reviewer.
Infested Planet is a Real-Time Strategy game set in the future developed by Rocket Bear Games. A platoon of hardened space marines are deployed on a hostile alien planet, host to a rampaging horde of xenoforms and, as you might have guessed, they aren’t the friendliest of critters.
Diehard Dungeons does have its own character but it’s lagging behind a crowd that have embraced newer graphics and more unique mechanics
Over-sized props are where the similarities to Micro Machines end though as the setting is mostly superfluous to what is essentially a Kart racer.