Don’t let the adorable characters fool you, AK-xolotl is a tough Rogue-lite shmup that’ll have you coming back for one run after another!
Adore puts an action twist on the monster-catching formulate to try to make Pokemon for people who get bored playing Pokemon.
Escape from Terror City is an unpolished low-poly shmup that seeks to answer the question, “What would Contra have been like as an N64 game?”.
30XX is an immensely satisfying and easy-to-pick-up Megaman-like, but victory feels a bit too dependent on random ability upgrades.
Fans of Celeste will love the fast-paced platforming and clever level design in Garlic, as long as they can get past its weird sense of humor.
Behind the Frame presents itself as comfort food. For some, that's sorely needed right now. And for me, it's a welcome treat at any time....
Blasphemous was a brutally tough Metroidvania. The sequel hits just as hard in every way but with a smoother difficulty curve and an outstanding first act.
The newest release from the makers of Anodyne is a 3D platformer with a slippery take on running and jumping that has me bouncing off of it.
I’m the last person in the world who’d ever end up on a Wheaties box, but Legend Bowl reminds me of playing NCAA Football with my older brother.
Lunark is an absolutely amazing game that I had a horrible time playing, but I still liked it. I think.
Koa and the Five Pirates of Mara brings the wonderful vibes of Summer in Mara to a 3D platformer, but something about the mechanics doesn’t quite click.
Fans of Dead Cells or Rogue Legacy will find familiar fare in Death or Treat, but its delayed Switch port is not up to snuff.