20XX is an homage to Mega Man X, but with a twist. Bringing the Roguelike and Action Platformer genres together for fun in singleplayer, or with a friend.
From a Pico prototype to a beautiful masterpiece. The first Game of the Year contender has arrived from Matt Makes Games. As Madeline, you are taken through 30 levels of challenging platforming and left breathless by everything else around it. Randy Isbelle has the Celeste Review.
A brother suddenly finds his sister has disappeared and along with a stuffed doll must solve puzzles and defeat bosses to discover more of his sister’s whereabouts. Stephanie Diaz has the Albert & Otto Review.
Joakim Sandberg spent half a decade creating this charming 2D Metroidvania available on PC and PlayStation 4. Marc Morrison has the Iconoclasts Review.
This Super Indie game has been on literally almost every console since its debut on Xbox 360 in 2010. Now, it has finally released on the Nintendo Switch. Sean Garmer has the Super Meat Boy Review.
Tribute Games brings a time-shifting, gold looting good time to the Rogue-Like genre. Wes Harrington has the Flinthook Review.
Starring a main character named Slugcat, Rain World uses platforming and Survival elements in exploring and progressing through a unique world. Stephanie Diaz has the Rain World Review.
A 2D Platformer that marvels at every turn. This is in essence, Splasher. Aaron Fritz tells you why its one of the best out there in this Splasher Review.
Action Role-Playing Game Dex finally arrives on the Playstation Vita at the tail end of 2016. Stephanie Diaz has her thoughts in this Dex Review.
The platforming racer that took Wii U owners by storm makes its way to PC. Stephanie Diaz has her thoughts in this Runbow Review.