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  1. How do you move around in a platformer that doesn't allow you to jump? In Deleveled, from developer ToasterFuel and publisher the Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, it's a matter of momentum. In this unusual puzzle-platformer you control two simple squares that gravitate to each other from the top and bottom of the screen, but when one bumps into the platform that the other is resting on, the momentum carries through to propel the square to new heights. Once you get your head wrapped around the concept, you're treated to a wealth of challenging, mind-bending puzzles. By all appearances,
  2. It's been over twenty-five years since the last game in the series but now Streets of Rage 4 is bringing back the franchise in the only way it possibly could: with a ton of side-scrolling beat 'em up action. Rather than reinvent the formula, Streets of Rage 4 feels like it could have been made back in the heyday of the genre, notwithstanding its modern stylish graphics and sound. Fans of the series will love having a new entry, though the way the game clings to the past leaves something to be desired. The story takes place ten years after the events of Streets of Rage 3. The villain
  3. Among last week's Indie World announcements and surprise drops was Evergate, a colorful puzzle-platformer set in the afterlife from developer Stone Lantern Games and publisher PQube. The game seems to draw inspiration from the best of the indie game scene while centering its gameplay around the Soulflame mechanic that allows for inventive platforming challenges and puzzle scenarios. Evergate may seem like a familiar kind of platformer at first, but its unique mechanics and heartfelt story help it stand out. Evergate takes place in the afterlife where you play as the spirit Ki, who is
  4. Up is down, left is right, and sometimes up is left and down is right depending on where you're standing in Manifold Garden, a mind-warping puzzle game all about changing gravity to see solutions from new angles. Developed by William Chyr, this first-person trip into an MC Escher print challenges you with simple gameplay mechanics that are put to wild effects as you navigate a world of repeating patterns and surreal landscapes. And it's a landscape that is a joy to explore. There's no text or voice over to guide you in Manifold Garden, you're simply left to explore this surreal world
  5. Release Date: June 24th Site: https://ninjalathegame.com/en/ Price: FREE (In-App Purchases) Online Manual An online action battle game featuring ninja and gum! Assume the role of a modern-day ninja and take part in the Ninjala tournament! Ninja-Gum Use Ninja-Gum to blow bubbles that can be tossed at your foes, craft all sorts of weapons, and dash across stages. The appearance and variety of your weapon will vary depending on the type of Ninja-Gum you use. Competitive Player Ta
  6. [Information] Title: Ion Fury Release Date: May 14th, 2020 (Switch, PS4, Xbox One) August 15th, 2019 (PC) Price: 24.99 Review Code Provided By: 3D Realms Disappointing. It's a word that kept coming up during my time with Ion Fury on Nintendo Switch. While the game is a fantastic, fast and frenetic shooter on PC the Switch port is a mess with multiple problems including bugs, glitches and a less than stable framerate bringing any enjoyment this title has to an almost complete stop. This Bombshell is a Dud Ion Fury is a classic 90's sho
  7. Watch the presentation here: With indie game announcements, 20 minutes could showcase a lot of games (especially if they do those quick sizzle reel announcements). Most of the already announced indies I'm waiting for already have release dates, but it'd be nice to see from Jenny LeClue or Later Alligator. Press release:
  8. Six years ago, Phoenotopia debuted on Newgrounds as a Flash game. Not content with the dated capabilities of that platform, developer Cape Cosmic fully revamped the game to give it a new life with updated graphics, script, and an all-around bigger scope. Phoenotopia: Awakening is a far cry from its original Flash incarnation, and now takes players on a massive side-scrolling action/adventure packed with side quests, challenging boss fights, and secrets to uncover. Rest assured this is not your typical indie pixel art adventure, particularly due to its charming presentation and fiendishly diffi
  9. The original Deadly Premonition, released in 2010, achieved cult classic status not because it was a good game but because it was a confoundingly bizarre one. It was riddled with technical issues and just plain mediocre design, particularly with its clunky combat mechanics, but the utterly unusual writing—particularly the quirks of its protagonist, FBI agent Francis York Morgan—endeared it to tons of players. But how do you make a sequel to a game like that? One that was loved both because of and in spite of its flaws? It puts Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise in a precarious positi
  10. Who says twin-stick shooters have to be sci-fi? The Ambassador: Fractured Timelines from developer tinyDino Games and publisher Quantum Astrophysicists Guild brings the twin-stick gameplay formula to a fantasy setting. Instead of shooting bullets, you're tossing swords, firing magic bolts, and of course dodging barrages of enemy attacks as well. Throw on a time manipulation mechanic and you've got a fairly unique action game. You play as Gregor, newly appointed member of the Eternal Fellowship and an Ambassador of Time. However, shortly after your induction, the order's capital city
  11. I couldn't be more pleased that nonogram puzzles (aka Picross puzzles) have become an increasingly significant genre of games, to the point where we're now seeing it incorporated into genre mash-ups. Framing the puzzle-solving gameplay around a proper story is a logical combination, and what better genre to use than visual novels? Murder by Numbers combines the story-driven appeal of a game like Phoenix Wright with the addictive puzzle mechanics of Picross, and the result is even more than the sum of its parts. Sure it may seem niche, but the stylish design, charming story, and brain-tickling
  12. How do you keep a franchise feeling fresh game after game? It must be difficult balancing the impulse to repeat the same style/features of a winning formula with branching out and trying something new. For the Paper Mario series, the developers clearly went with the latter by dropping the RPG elements of the first few games and transitioning to a more purely action-adventure system. The change was clumsy, to say the least, and few would disagree that Sticker Star was the low point of the series. Color Splash made some decent steps toward restoring the panache that the franchise is known for, a
  13. Metro Redux combines Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light into a single survival-horror FPS package. Originally released in 2010 and 2013 respectively, the two games follow the story of Dmitry Glukhovsky's novels, wherein nuclear war has created an apocalyptic landscape overrun by mutated beasts and people now live underground in the metro subway systems of Moscow. Both games exude atmosphere and style, even if the performance on the Switch has some ups and downs. More problematic, though, is the blend of survival mechanics and FPS action, which leads to some disappointing aspects of both.
  14. A small, sleepy town is rattled by a double shooting and the local police is quick to rule the matter a murder-suicide, but Detective Michael Stone is determined to uncover the truth in this story-driven mystery game. Rainswept, from developer Frostwood Interactive and publisher 2Awesome Studio, uses simple graphics and basic gameplay elements to tell an emotional, affecting story about love and trauma, and the long-reaching effects of both. It's not a typical adventure experience, but Rainswept has a way of making a lasting impression. You play as Detective Stone, a detective from t
  15. Following in the spiritual footsteps of slow-paced, atmospheric adventure games like Journey, Spirit of the North takes players on a quest across wide-open and solitary landscapes, seen through the eyes of a fox. Instead of boss fights and wild action set-pieces, this game simply gives players the freedom to explore and overcome simple environmental puzzles as the fox journeys closer and closer to a mountain with a mysterious red cloud emanating from it. For games like this, the appeal is in the journey, not the destination, but in Spirit of the North's case, the journey doesn't hold much appe
  16. The Wii U has been positively hemorrhaging its short but strong exclusives catalog. But after Bayonetta and its sequel made the jump to the Switch, it shouldn't be too surprising that another title from Platinum Games would also find a new home on more recent consoles. Plus, The Wonderful 101: Remastered gives a much bigger audience a chance to experience its wacky superhero story and insane action gameplay. For new players though, some of the game's flaws might feel a little more stark compared to fans who already have nostalgia for the original release. You play as a member of the
  17. Sometimes all you really want out of a game is to just tune out for a while and chase a high score that you can show off to your friends, just like the classic arcade experience. #Funtime, with its explosions of color and wireframe graphics, is perfectly evocative of an afternoon at the arcade, where your eyes start to blur from staring at the screen for too long but you can't blink and risk ruining your high score run. From developer One Guy Games and publisher The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, #Funtime is a simple but stylish twin-stick shooter perfect for quick bursts of gameplay.
  18. Clearly no concept is too peculiar for the world of video games since Wilmot's Warehouse builds an entire game around the concept of organizing objects in a warehouse to fulfill orders. But the craziest thing is just how fun it is to do that. Scratching a very particular relaxed-puzzle-game itch, Wilmot's Warehouse is an oddly compelling example of simple, addictive gameplay. The game doesn't try to build any kind of narrative around its gameplay—which is almost certainly for the best. You simply play as a square face who picks up and pushes square icons around a large black warehous
  19. It's been a decade since the original Xenoblade Chronicles was released on the Wii in Japan, and eight years since it was finally brought to North American shores, but the charm of Shulk's adventure with the Monado hasn't waned one bit. This is undeniably an epic JRPG, the kind that takes players on a massive journey to witness the humble origins of a handful of characters, through their transformation into powerful adventurers. But the Wii has understandably been left in the past, and now Switch owners get to experience the entire saga with Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, a remaster
  20. Release Date: June 23rd *Pre-load now (Switch/Mobile)* Site: https://cafemix.pokemon.com/en-us/ Price: FREE (In-App Purchases) Complete touch-based puzzles to serve dishes and drinks to adorable Pokémon customers! Link together Pokémon™ icons to clear puzzles as you work to build up your very own café in Pokémon Café Mix, a free-to-start game for the Nintendo Switch™ system! Meet the goals for each puzzle before you run out of turns—link a certain number of icons, get a high scor
  21. The mystique of the wild west, with its lawless gunfights and desolate landscapes, makes a perfect background for a fast-paced and frantic roguelike action game. Colt Canyon, from developer Retrific and publisher Headup Games, puts you in the pixel boots of a cowboy on a bloody path of revenge after his partner is kidnapped. The game distills cowboy gunfights down to quick, 2D shootouts against hordes of enemies and deadly animals, all with randomly generated scenery, weapons, and upgrades. Like most roguelikes Colt Canyon can be brutally difficult, but the wild west still holds a certain appe
  22. In the proud tradition of turning mundane activities into fun-filled video games, Moving Out transforms the hassle of moving into a frantic, co-operative race to put boxes on a truck by any means necessary. Taking obvious cues from the Overcooked! games (not surprisingly, as this game is also published by Team17), Moving Out focuses on wacky local co-op shenanigans, and is at its best when played with friends. It's when played solo that the game's slightly repetitive cracks are apparent. You play as a Furniture Arrangement and Removal Technician, which means frantically throwing boxe
  23. Nintendo has released a free mini fitness game 'Jump Rope Challenge' for Switch, which was created by Nintendo devs. while working at home in Japan. Download it now for FREE on the Switch eShop. OK. I'm not gonna lie, I thought this was some crap shovelware when I first saw it. Anyway this looks like it could be pretty neat. I might download it and give it a shot. Nice to see that Nintendo wants to keep Switch owners active, while having to stay at home do to the pandemic. ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  24. In a post-apocalyptic, nuclear-war-ravaged world, the fall of society left the calendar perpetually stuck in the year 1988. It's fitting, then, that Black Future '88 has so much of an 80s arcade vibe to it, from the neon-infused visuals and sythnwave soundtrack to the brutally difficult gameplay. But while a high difficulty level is standard for roguelikes, Black Future '88 has a hard time building engaging gameplay elements that stay interesting one playthrough after another. You play as a survivor who is desperately climbing the procedurally-generated Skymelt tower to reach the rul
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