PC Archive

  • Steam Early Access Impressions: Double Kick Heroes

    Using the power of Metal and some nimble gaming fingers, Double Kick Heroes has you fighting back against the zombie apocalypse in a cheeky side-scrolling shooter rhythm game mash-up. So throw up your devil horns and get ready to rock ‘n roll! Mechanically, the game […]

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  • Review: Extinction

    Iron Galaxy has built a reliable reputation primarily as a contract studio porting games from larger developers to other platforms, but up to now the studio’s own titles have been smaller, indie-scale projects like Divekick and Wreckateer. Both of which were really fun. Extinction, the […]

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  • Review: Minit

    Minit condenses everything you know and love about the early top-down Zelda quests into a delightfully diminutive, cleverly constructed adventure that’s consumed and digested in bite-sized loops of 60 seconds, for an experience that feels old-fashioned and familiar yet still manages to spark your curiosity […]

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  • Review: Boo! Greedy Kid

    When a game opens with a splash screen warning that it is a stupid video game, followed by a plea to teach real world kids to be good people, you know upfront you’re in for a silly experience not to be taken too seriously. Boo! […]

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  • Review: Fossil Hunters

    Freshly unearthed by Canadian indie shop Reptoid Games following a successfully funded Kickstarter campaign last fall, Fossil Hunters is a 3D isometric puzzle adventure in which you, as one of four playable characters, descend underground through 29 levels of increasing complexity and subterranean danger in […]

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  • Steam Early Access Impressions: The Void Rains Upon Her Heart

    Out today in Steam Early Access from Veyeral Games and The Hidden Levels, The Void Rains Upon Her Heart is an offbeat bullet-hell shooter about a pale, ugly alien woman with deformed wings, living in isolation in a cave, haunted by monsters that will not […]

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  • Review: Sigi – A Fart for Melusina

    Paying tribute to Super Mario World and Ghosts ‘n Goblins with a flatulent flourish, Sigi – A Fart for Melusina is a 2D platformer that replicates the retro vibe of the classics without feeling all old, slow, and crusty. It’s only problem is a hero […]

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  • Review: AcChen

    AcChen, like Mahjong solitaire, features a puzzle board containing various layouts and patterns of stacked tiles with different symbols on them, which must be matched in like pairs in order to systematically remove them and ultimately clear the entire board. The slight change here is […]

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  • Review: Energy Invasion

    An Arkanoid clone with a dual-stick shooter twist, Energy Invasion pairs familiar ball-and-paddle gameplay with an alternative approach to busting bricks. The genre basics haven’t changed: You slide a paddle back and forth along the bottom of the screen to deflect an orb hurtling upward […]

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  • Review: Super Steampunk Pinball 2D

    Super Steampunk Pinball 2D brings video pinball back to how it existed on 16-bit consoles like the SNES and Sega Genesis. (I would say it looks and feels more Genesis than SNES.) For only a couple dollars, you get a single 2D pinball table designed […]

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