A whimsical and quaint experience, marred somewhat by awkward platforming and niggling technical issues. The Finger Guns review:
A social deduction game that’s part visual novel, part whodunit investigation, Gnosia is an excellent, memorable game. The Finger Guns Review.
A veritable smorgasbord of quality, March has some very interesting indie games for you to get excited about.
Bright Memory is short, rough but a tantalising teaser of what comes next. 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: