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Party Animals is more of a cuddly mosh pit than an action game

Party Animals
Party Animals is a "floppy physics action game" where cute animals grab, bash, and throw each other around like adorable sacks of pudding. The co-op brawler looks similar to the hilarious Gang Beasts, though a lot cuter. Instead of featureless humanoids, you play as puppies, kittens, duckies, bunnies, and dinosaurs.

Summer in Mara review: A fruitful vacation

Summer of Mara review
Summer in Mara takes some of the best elements from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and embeds them in a fun and relaxing farming sim that encourages exploration and creativity. I was never a big fan of farming sims like Stardew Valley or My Time at Portia. But after...

Beyond Blue review: Studying the sea, under the sea

Beyond Blue review
Inspired by the Blue Planet 2 series, Beyond Blue is the perfect example of how to make a game about making a documentary, but not much beyond that. Developed and published by E-line Media, Beyond Blue is a single-player underwater simulator where you play as a marine biologist, tracking a...

Sam Barlow’s new title, Project Ambrosio, is his most ambitious game yet

Project Ambrosio
Sam Barlow, the man behind the gripping FMV games Her Story and Telling Lies, has announced his next game - Project Ambrosio. The name is just a working title, as the game is also known as Project A███████ on Steam. What's Project Ambrosio about? No idea. It could be about snakes, or synchronized swimming...

Cyberpunk 2077 gets a new trailer during the Night City Wire stream

Cyberpunk 2077 has a new trailer, showing new footage from the game's early hours. The video highlights the characters of V (the protagonist) and their best buddy Jackie, but we also see a few other major players. That includes Johnny Silverhand - Keanu Reeves's character The true star of this Cyberpunk...

Top 10 indie games we loved at the Steam Game Festival – June 2020

Steam Game Festival games
We played a bunch of indie game demos during the Steam Game Festival between June 16 - 22. Hopefully, you did too, but since there were just so many of them, you're bound to miss out on a few gems. So this is what our next list is about - the top 10 indie...

Lost in Random wants you to embrace chaos in a Burtonesque adventure

Lost in Random
Zoink Games, the creative force behind Fe and Flipping Death, has announced a new game called Lost in Random. The game was briefly revealed in 2019, but now we get to learn more about it. Plus, publisher EA has released an official teaser trailer, which gives us a chance to see the game's distinct art...

Vigil: The Longest Night is an action Metroidvania filled with eldritch horror

Vigil: The Longest Night
If games featuring grotesque monsters, horror touches, and a protagonist that has to stand against the darkness are your cup of tea, you may want to take a look at Vigil: The Longest Night. Vigil is the debut title of Glass Heart Games and is published by Another Indie, a young publisher that also...

Cris Tales preview: JRPG elements, time control, and beautiful symmetry

cris tales exploration
Cris Tales isn't just a game for people with my very particular tastes in UI, character design, and colorful graphics. It's a unique experience in which you play a girl that can control time. It's a role-playing game with choices and consequences. It's a crafted love letter to games like Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy.

Gloomwood preview: Immersive stealth with a little shotgun action

Gloomwood demo
Gloomwood is described as "Thief with guns" and that's a pretty fair description. You sneak around a dark, Victorian city and dispatch your enemies with a sword to the back, or a shotgun blast to the face. "Thief," of course, refers to the classic stealth series by the same name. If you ever played...

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