Twitch-perfect controls and a sublime learning curve result in a game that’s consistently fun yet challenging.
Ocean’s Heart borrows liberally from the Zelda playbook, but with some varied locales and fun swashbuckling gameplay.
Swinging through the trees is a sheer joy, and a wonderful way to highlight the game’s environmental message.
A few highlights from the excellent crop of indie games at London’s newest game show.
A satirical road trip across a dysfunctional, divided country.
Let’s go round again. And again. And again.
Have staff, will travel.
Read my review in issue 57 of Wireframe.
The magic of the stage.
I reviewed this hybrid dungeon crawler and dating simulator for The Guardian.
I’m liking this hiking.
Tiny Lands is the video game equivalent of sitting at your dining room table on a lazy Sunday […]
The Am(bridge) metal detectives.
Dream village simulator.
Never gonna give you up.
Gotta go fast.
The epitome of slice-of-life gaming.
The Lost (Item) Woods.
The troublesome life of an intern.
A thrilling tale of rodent surveillance.
The life of an animal is misery and slavery: that is the plain truth.
How I fell in love with a conjoined canine.
This 16-bit-styled sequel triumphantly surpasses the original.
Worth buying a ticket to ride.
This farming-RPG from Chibig is a peaceful counter to the world’s chaos.
A growing sense of contentment.
Piece together the events to reveal the diverging careers of two country stars.
Charming characters and compelling tales, all based on real-life stories.
Don’t Starve meets The Wind Waker.
The Geocity that never sleeps.
Such stuff as dreams are made of.