A charming, non-combative platformer, Scarf is a short but enjoyable game that crafts a clever two-sided narrative. The Finger Guns review.
Good at singing? Doesn’t matter! One Hand Clapping won’t judge as you sing or hum your way through pastel worlds in this innovative puzzle adventure game. The Finger Guns review:
A fast and fun return to the days of arcade racers, does SkyDrift Infinity have what it takes to hit that nostalgia? The Finger Guns review:
With the likes of Overcooked, Switch N’ Bake, Moving Out, will Pile Up! match up to the rest of them? The Finger Guns review:
From German developers Item 42, Perish is a 4 player co-op first person shooter set in Elysium. When you think of Elysium, you probably think of that weird sci-fi movie starring Matt Damon or the Greek mythological paradise in which all fallen heroes spend their afterlife. What you probably don’t think about is demon infested […]
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A colourful stealth games that focuses on shadow and cunning, can El Hijo offer more than its linearity suggests? The Finger Guns review:
Is this stealth game a best Western? Or should it be shown the saloon door? What does this even mean? The Fingers Guns review of El Hijo: A Wild West Tale.
A hard-boiled point and click murder mystery, Chicken Police swaps the humans for the animals and colour for black and white. But is it a poultry offering, or a baker’s dozen? Don’t count your chickens just yet, read the Finger Guns Review:
The Darkest of Times provides a different perspective to World War 2 presented in a stylised strategy game. the Finger Guns review