Hidden Folks successfully creates an interactive Where’s Waldo experience and turns it into an engaging hidden object game full of charm.
While it might look completely ridiculous, Monumental Failure is fun quirky cooperative experience.
I never thought I would say this but Acorn Assault: Rodent Revolution, the squirrel French Revolution themed match three strategy game, is a surprisingly good little game.
While the game is pretty simple and I wish it had a few more mechanics, Dawn of the Plow is a surprisingly addicting game.
Painters Guild is solid as a casual management sim game but the price is a little high for the relatively low amount of features it offers.
While it is not the type of game that I would play for hours at a time, Knight & Damsel is a cute charming little competitive casual puzzle game.
Marble Muse is a great marble-based indie game that only has one real problem, its short length.
In recent years, out of nowhere the bridge construction genre has really started to gain traction in the video games market. I don’t know where the fascination with bridge construction has come from, but I decided to give one of the many entries in the genre a chance. Bridge Constructor Playground began as a mobile game and you can definitely tell. It is not a great game but it is not terrible either.