Super Comboman brings loads of charm to its take on the beat ‘em up genre… if only it brought a bit more substance.
You've been... Thunderstruck! Though Storm Casters, a twin-stick shooter from developer Get Set Games, doesn't really feature storms, it does have plenty of casters. And loot. And monsters, dungeons, spells, and... booster cards?
Two dots are better than one? Why yes, yes they are. One is the loneliest number, after all, so Betaworks One developed a follow-up to the simply-named game, Dots: A Game About Connecting, and logically called this sequel Two Dots.
Most of them time, if someone’s playing with small, multicolored, multi-sized blocks, that someone is a child. Bossa Studios came in to put a stop to that with Thomas Was Alone, making it A-okay for people of all ages to play with blocks again.
Sky Tyrannosaur tries its hand at making a unique block-breaking iOS game with Blowfish Meets Meteor.
The addictiveness of endless runners stems from presenting players with the greatest obstacle they could ever hope to overcome- themselves.
Is Horde of Heroes a treasure trove for any gamer, or is this one horde you should leave to the dragons?
In Where’s My Water?, Big Bad Wolf captures XYY’s friends and family and holds them hostage in an underground Chinese city.
Live the code- the code of the Dragon! Double Dragon Trilogy brings with it all of the punching, hopping, grimacing action of the original side-scrolling beat 'em up. Modern gamers have grown hungry for somewhat more sophisticated gameplay than what you'd find in the '80s, so know that your satisfaction with Double Dragon Trilogy may be directly tied to your nostalgia factor, and how radically heinous or un-heinous you are.
If you love a good fantasy, but have grown tired of always having to be the ones to traipse through those dangerous dungeons yourself, Lords of Waterdeep has arrived.