Across The Grooves lives up to expectations, engulfing you in a beautifully crafted but all too brief musical fairytale. The Finger Guns Review;
Reasonably accessible yet filled with cheap deaths, Isle of Spirits is a solitary survival and crafting experience. The Finger Guns Review.
A sci-fi hex-grid turn based strategy game, Warborn is stylish, well designed and whole lot of fun. The Finger Guns Review;
Do Not Feed The Monkeys. No, Oh, go on then...see what happens. The Finger Guns Review;
With a release date possibly overshadowed by a certain AAA games release, Ys Memories of Celceta is a good RPG with a bit of personality, but it’s far from original. The Finger Guns review.
Jump King makes you forget everything you have ever learnt from platform games over the years. The Finger Guns Review:
A new take on the interactive graphic novel/platformer style, Liberated is a welcome addition. But is its painfully obvious "down with the system" message too over the top? The Finger Guns review:
A retro inspired shooter, Many Faces is fast fun with a pleasing amount of variety but it lacks some features that would give it much more longevity. The Finger Guns Review.
A tricky platformer with a pleasing art style, Potata: Fairy Flower is a throwback to the platformers of yesteryear. It’s just a shame about the plot delivery. The Finger Guns Review.
*Hotshots is a series of previews on our most anticipated indies. This time we're bringing your attention to 90s homage platformer Kaze and the Wild Masks.