Sometimes the simplest games are the most entertaining. Inversus, by Ryan Juckett of Hypersect, is billed as a “minimalist, negative-space shooter,” in which players take control of squares and fight against other players and swarms of enemies on a black and white board.
The first thing you’ll definitively notice about Santa Monica Studios and Plastic’s PS4 exclusive Bound is how visually stunning it is.
We all know that the Japanese can be quite creative when it comes to their anime-inspired games, and Intl Creates’ Gal*Gun: Double Peace is no exception.
Batman’s a hot commodity right now. With a slew of movie titles under his belt, including the upcoming Justice League film, games (including Rocksteady’s fantastic Batman: Arkham series), comics, and other media and retail franchises, the Bat has been covered so many times already.
Remember the days when MUDs and ASCII art ruled the internet? If so, Brut@l by Stormcloud Games has a unique aesthetic that will probably be the first thing to catch your eye.
Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is the latest entry in Renegade Kid’s excellent old-school 2D platformer, and as the title implies, it isn’t a joke.
Headlander, by the always creative Double Fine Productions, is a crazy and unique Metroidvania adventure through a nostalgia-filled 70’s B-movie sci-fi world, in which players take on the role of a flying human head.
Giant Squid’s ABZÛ is a unique experience, a game that is more about peaceful contemplation and exploration rather than action.
Some of you might remember Target Earth and Cybernator, two side-scrolling shooters on the Genesis and SNES (respectively) where players manned an armored suit in a futuristic sci-fi setting and took on legions of robotic enemies.
Insomniac Games’ Song of the Deep is unlike the famed developer’s other games: it’s a small digital title.