PC Indie

Candleman: The Complete Journey Review

The player takes the role of a walking candle in the search of meaning in a lonely, dark world.  Our small, sentient candle explores a variety of levels filled with platforming and puzzles. It’s a strange premise that lacks any ground in realism, but it works if you think of it as a children’s storybook.

Candleman: The Complete Journey Review

Nidhogg 2 Review

While nothing in the game is inherently wrong, some additions feel like a bit of a departure from what is otherwise an excellent game. I like to see bigger and better things from a sequel, but sometimes all a simple game needs is stability and consistency in order to remain at the top. Nidhogg 2 loses some of its simplicity in translation, but it’s still quite an enjoyable time.

Nidhogg 2 Review

Alone With You Review

Whereas most “space disaster” games feature scary aliens, action, and explosions, Alone with You features realistic human tragedy.  It is a unique approach to this genre of fiction that I have never experienced in video games.  It is for this reason that this game can still be considered an overall success, despite its overly simplistic and deeply flawed gameplay.

Alone With You Review

Imprint-X Review

Imprint-X has style and that goes a long way in terms of making the game stand out. Without its look and without its music it really is just a simplistic game about clicking to solve puzzles. Solving the puzzles provides a sense of accomplishment at times but overall there is no greater purpose or reason to solve them other than the game wants you to.

Imprint-X Review

Diluvion Review

When the game is at its best, it provides exactly what a video game about a submarine should provide -- that childlike sense of wonder and adventure that can only come from a new discovery or a narrow escape from a tough battle.  It is just a shame that the game is hampered by some major flaws that shouldn't have been terribly difficult to avoid.

Diluvion Review

Detention Review

Detention meets all the unwritten laws of Asian tragedies and I could easily picture it as a movie by the likes of Ang Lee, the world renowned Taiwanese director. That's the highest compliment I can imagine giving to this game.

Detention Review

Human: Fall Flat

I really can’t think of a person who wouldn’t enjoy this game on some level. If you're a fan of puzzle platforming or physical comedy, grab Human: Fall Flat right now.

Human: Fall Flat

Welcome To The Game

If you’re a hardened horror game veteran it’s not the most illuminating of experiences, but it’s a fun way to spend a late night all alone. With the doors safely locked, of course.

Welcome To The Game