Windbound looks like Zelda, but plays as a rogue-lite survival crafting game. Do not judge this game by its cutesy graphics. The Finger Guns Review:
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A wonderfully detailed metroidvania horror, Inmost combines cinematic sensibilities with pixel art direction, in a horror that shouldn’t really work. I mean, pixelart can’t be scary, can it? The Finger Guns Review:
Sheepo is a true to form metroidvania in the classic sense, but this one has no combat. And no arms. But is pacificism your thing? The Finger Guns Review:
Helheim Hassle smashes together disconnecting your body parts with Vikings (because they are so in right now) in a quirky puzzle platformer. But is it a classic of the new Norse genre or does it all just fall apart? The Finger Guns Review.
Willy Morgan and The Curse of Bone Town is both a beginners Point and Click, and a homage to the greats. But is it also a classic, or should it be confined to Davy Jones' locker? The Finger Guns Review:
A Space Invaders-like puzzle party game, where you spit to shoot, and must catch gobs of spit in your mouth to re-use. Sound gross? Be grateful then that its also lots of fun. The Finger Guns Review:
With physics-based claw control, Fight Crab is an arena brawler pitting you against the crustiest fighters in all the sea. But can its novelty save it from the abyss? The Finger Guns Review:
With its large pixel graphics and platforming, Ageless is clearly homaging Celeste, right down to the lead character suffering with depression. But is it as immortal as that indie classic, or tragically destined to die an early death? The Finger Guns Review: