Grow: Song of the Evertree is the latest release from Prideful Sloth and 505 Games, is it worth the hype or just a pile to add to the other sim games around? Let’s find out! The Finger Guns review:
A gorgeous and action-packed shooter, is Bright Memory: Infinite worth it for its short run time and linearity? The Finger Guns review:
Another top quality month of indie games is ahead of us. Here’s 21 indie game titles we think you should keep your eye on in December 2021.
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A punchy, challenging run and gun shooter, Destructivator SE makes the explosive leap from PC to Switch. The Finger Guns Review. Earth is shot to pieces. The alien menace Zallagor that descended in the original Destructivator (a game which was quite popular in 2008) has been defeated, but at great cost. The humans want revenge. […]
Originally cancelled in the 90’s, corny FMV game American Hero has been restored and released for modern platforms. The Finger Guns Review.
Chris Scullion completed his first Encyclopedia trilogy with the enormous Mega Drive / Genesis back catalogue. The Finger Guns Review;
A cross between twinstick shooter and survival adventure, The Last Stand is a refreshing take on the two. But is it trying to do too much? The Finger Guns review:
A basic enough racer, Bloody Rally Show doesn’t boast anything ground-breaking. Yet, does it need to do so to be fun? The Finger Guns review:
A deft take on a well-trodden character, Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One is an ambitious, deeply enjoyable but mildly flawed spin on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective. The Finger Guns Review.