A minimalistic puzzle game about creating paradoxes, Induction is as good today as it was in 2017. The Finger Guns Review.
‘….Toby’s made it clear he doesn’t want to try your meatballs’
For a game that was supposed to take the mantle from EA’s once-dormant series, Session isn’t showing the signs of evolution we were once promised. Find out why in this second preview:
It’s that time again! Here’s a bunch of cool looking indie games that deserve to be on your radar during August 2021.
Omno is puzzle adventure game where you can surf on sand, dash through grass and fly amongst the clouds. Read The Finger Guns Review.
A short but earnest VR racer, Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing is built for fans of the anime. The Finger Guns Review.
Little more than a Platinum trophy with a price tag, Funny Truck can barely be considered a “game”. The Finger Guns Review.
Imagine Earth is a resource management sim with a heavy lean towards sustainable technologies. But is it preachy or a fun and practical solution to all Earth’s problems? The Finger Guns Review:
A supernatural thriller in the form of a found footage interactive movie, Night Book is a great way to spend an evening. The Finger Guns Review.
Samurai Warriors 5 is out now. The 5th iteration of a storied franchise. Is it more of the same, or is there enough new elements to justify diving back into the Sengoku Era? The Finger Guns Review: