Base One is a fun space station simulator that fans of the genre should enjoy even if it is a little rough around the edges.
Nine Witches: Family Disruption might not drastically differ from other point and click adventure games, but it creates a satisfying game that fans of the genre should enjoy quite a bit.
YesterMorrow could have probably utilized the time travel mechanic better, but the game still succeeds at crafting an enjoyable and satisfying puzzle platformer adventure.
Projection: First Light does a fantastic job melding the theme and gameplay to create a truly interesting and fun puzzle platformer.
Infinite Beyond the Mind tries to recreate the classic beat ’em ups/hack and slashes and succeeds in some ways despite not bringing anything particularly original to the genre.
Whipseey and the Lost Atlas is a fun homage to retro 2D platformers with a good atmosphere that unfortunately is too easy and short.
Siegecraft Commander is a unique fun light strategy game that doesn’t quite live up to it’s full potential.
Siegecraft Commander somehow combines an RTS and tower defense game with cannon mechanics creating a truly original and compelling strategy game.