Recursive Ruin is a clever game with great puzzle design that is let down at times by its story.
Who Pressed Mute on Uncle Marcus? is an intriguing and fun FMV mystery that fans of the genre are likely to enjoy even if the game won’t be for everyone.
Little Orpheus is a compelling adventure through fantastical worlds whose story surpasses the actual gameplay.
Bloodshore’s gameplay is kind of limited and will not be for everyone, but the game makes player’s decisions matter while telling an interesting story.
Where the Heart Leads is not going to be for everyone, but it has some truly unique ideas where your decisions feel like they truly matter.
Overboard! is an original twist on your typical 1930s murder mystery that shows it is surprisingly addicting trying to get away with murder.
The Magnificent Trufflepigs crafts a relaxing enjoyable metal detecting experience with an interesting atmosphere and story that encounters a few bumps along the road.
While the game is not going to be for everyone, Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is an intriguing experience that feels like an interactive anthology television show.
A name like 3 out of 10 doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence, but it far exceeds it’s title to create a funny video game sitcom filled with fun minigames.