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Stunning point and click absurdity
April 16, 2019 - In btf's new adventure game, a vacation in the tiny village of Trüberbrook could lead to the destruction of the universe.
Read more: Truberbrook Review
A Zelda-inspired adventure without the heart
March 26, 2019 - A game that has Zelda amongst its inspirations with screenshots that look like a cuter version of Skyrim seems as if it can't possibly lose. Luckily, I'm not a betting man as I would have lost a fair amount on this one.
Read more: Windscape Review
A mythological slog
February 28, 2019 - Fimbul is an indie game that takes place in the great winter before Ragnarok. Your battles and choices play a huge role in the events of The Fimbul Winter and you can perhaps even save the whole of Midgard.
Read more: Fimbul Review
Grid-based puzzle fun with a few twists
February 25, 2019 - Puzzle lovers have a few new reasons to celebrate as it's not even March and there are already 3 great new twists on Picross so far this year. So, let's see how these developers created games while putting clever spins on the classic puzzle format.
Read more: 3 Recent Games That Play like Picross
4X meets Slavic mythology
February 6, 2019 - Thea: The Awakening will have you slay monsters, forage for food, craft gear, and adventure through countless quests and events while surviving long enough to reshape the randomly-generated world the way you see fit.
Read more: Thea: The Awakening Review
Retro bite-sized dungeon exploring
February 2, 2019 - One of the few games I remember playing on Atari 2600 was Raiders of the Lost Ark. All I can recall about it is that it was ridiculously confusing and I died frequently but hey, dying a lot was a sign of the times.
Read more: The Adventures of Elena Temple Review
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