Shio, developed by Coconut Island Games, is the latest entry to the already crowded platforming genre. The game features well-designed levels that will test your dexterity and a far too ambiguous story that will test your patience as you try to piece it together. While it doesn't achieve the level of great 2D platformers. like Ori and the Blind Forest or Super Meat Boy, Shio has its own unique charm to keep players hooked.
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Switch) Review
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a game I hadn't expected to enjoy as much as I did. Its shallow story failed to hook me, and its initial levels had me wondering if that is all there is to the game. However, the more I played, the deeper and more enriching its mechanics became
Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castlla EX) Review
I guess if you really want to play a true to source retro game that does nothing to stand out, then I guess you will be just fine, you will most likely have fun and remember all the fun you used to have when you were a child. But for those who want games to evolve, to get better as time goes on, well, Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castilla EX) is just too lukewarm to really recommend.
Inside My Radio
Inside My Radio is a brief, interesting romp that never lives up to the potential it enters with. The first few levels will leave you feeling excited to see what’s next but there really isn’t much to see. The cards are on the table after level two and there aren’t any surprises to be had after that. For a game that looks and sounds so fresh and interesting, Inside My Radio was a disappointing experience that left me feeling unsatisfied and underwhelmed.
For what it is, Xeodrifter can be a perfect starting point for someone to get into the 2-D adventure genre as a beginner. It is polished and well made, but it is also simple and minimalistic. While not pushing the boundaries of the genre in any significant way, Xeodrifter is a well made game which is sometimes all we need.