Arcaxer is a roguelite dungeon exploration game with turn-based combat with waggle mechanics that remind me of the Nintendo Wii, in the absolute best way!
Cursed to Golf is a 2D Golf Roguelike that feels absolutely perfect on the Nintendo Switch except for having a game-breaking bug four levels in.
Cult of the Lamb on the Nintendo Switch has an overwhelming amount of systems and I have no idea how they interact, but I am hopelessly devoted to it.
Between amazing key art and the coolest name in video games, Wildcat Gun Machine sets a bar that the gameplay doesn’t quite live up to.
t Spaces is a roguelike deck-builder with tactics-style combat. The minimalist art style and punchy animations aim to make you feel slick like John Wick!
RICO and RICO: London are both fun, but I like almost everything about the first game more than the sequel.
Firegirl is a gorgeous roguelite of rescuing survivors, battling fire monsters, and playing with fire and water.
Dying in most rogue-like games makes me feel like switching to something less punishing. In Evertried I always want just one more run.
Spelunky has been around for over a decade, and it’s finally found the home it feels like it was always destined for.
SNKRX is a game that looks like Snake but brings in deck-building and auto-battler mechanics and an off-the-charts sense of visual and audio style with a rogue-like meta
The style, action, and story of Going Under all work really well on their own, and in comparison to that other run-based action rogue-lite brawler that overshadowed it.
RogueBook combines the fun of deckbuilding card games with the challenge or roguelikes. A video game that mixes it all together flawlessly!