From 2D skateboard journeys to playable metal albums, May has indie games for everyone. Here’s 20 we think you should be excited about.
MotoGP 21 on PS5 looks and feels the part but it’s sorely missing some of last years modes. The Finger Guns Review.
Heavily inspired by Blade Runner, Silicon Dreams combines the structure of a Voight-Kampff test with some big questions about artificial intelligence. The Finger Guns Review.
Two broken and distinctly uninteresting titles, Ascendshaft and Endless Shaft is a pairing that’s impossible to recommend. The Finger Guns review.
A game that caters to the youngest of gamers, Pocoyo Party brings the popular children’s TV show to PlayStation 4. The Finger Guns Review.
A colourful 2.5D platformer that does little to hide its inspirations, Stitchy In Tooki Trouble is a fun if short lived title. The Finger Guns Review. When we first received the press release for Stitchy In Tooki Trouble, it said that the game is “inspired by classics like Donkey Kong and Crash Bandicoot – and […]
It has a few too many bugs but the well-structured and original plot of Forgotten Fields makes for a rewarding experience. The Finger Guns Review.
Ruin a wedding, disrupt a school and defeat your nemesis in Rain On Your Parade, a mischief simulator from Unbound Creations. The Finger Guns Review.
A comedy game about the empowering feeling of saying no, Say No! More has smart social commentary for those that look for it. The Finger Guns Review.
A party game about dubbing your wittiest lines over movie footage, What The Dub?! is a laugh a minute. The Finger Guns Review.