Games Published by Ratalaika
Re-play 4 retro treasures
June 3, 2022 - Wonder Boy is one of the best retro series with its fun blend of 2D action and RPG elements so let's dive into Wonder Boy Collection.
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A super-tough twin-stick shmup
May 30, 2022 - If you're in the mood for a challenging scrolling shooter with twin-stick gameplay and stunning graphics then here's REMOTE LIFE.
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A TurboGrafx gem returns
February 28, 2022 - Retro overhead racing games are a niche genre that I love so let's see if the delightful Moto Roader MC has stood the test of time.
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Become a halitosis hero
February 8, 2022 - If you want to play as a chubby chibi fellow who can transform into a wizard and ninja then Super Onion Boy 2 is a game just for you.
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Wings of Wor returns
November 17, 2021 - The fact that classic Sega Genesis shoot 'em ups are being ported to modern consoles is great so here's Gynoug (AKA Wings of Wor).
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The anime shmup returns
October 16, 2021 - Sega Genesis sure had a ton of excellent shoot 'em ups and Gley Lancer is one of them so let's fly back to 1992 and check it out.
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Ninja action that cuts like a knife
July 14, 2021 - Is anything more satisfying than sneaking around as a ninja while stealthily taking out guards? Probably not so here's Within the Blade.
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A balloon-popping good time
September 27, 2020 - If you're as fond of old-school arcade games as I am then I found quite a delightful indie for you to enjoy. Here's the very fun Tamiku!
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May 1, 2018 - Delve into dangerous dungeons and eliminate an ancient evil in this 2D indie side-scrolling action platformer.
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Golfing with a square ball
March 15, 2018 - 2D golf games seem to be popping up more frequently than ever before. Midnight Deluxe has you guide a square chum to his destination within a whopping 70 stages but does it provide enjoyable enough gameplay to last that long?
Read more: Midnight Deluxe Review
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