Eet Munchies is a Lemmings-inspired puzzle game where you must guide your cute, AI-controlled character, Eets, through the pitfalls and traps set throughout each level. While we certainly have seen this premise done before, Eets Munchies has enough charm in its presentation to help make it distinct from other titles that feature hundreds of short-term puzzles that can each be solved in a manner of seconds. Be prepared to over-satiate Eets' case of the munchies as you try to guide him through every puzzle and pitfall in this whimsical size-scrolling puzzler.
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Earth Defense Force 2025 is a title that throws a horde of giant insects in your grill sans any apologies. Narrative nuance and eye-catching visual design are not its strongest features, but if non-stop action is your cup of tea, you've come to the right place.
Space. The final frontier. In Mi-Clos Studio's Out There space is really the final frontier because it's a place you're probably going to die in. A lot. And while death by oxygen deprivation, being burned to death in a supernova, or being crushed in a black hole aren't exactly ideal ends, it's the journey that makes these perilous outcomes worthwhile.
For many JRPG fans, Tales of Symphonia was their great introduction to Namco Bandai’s Tales series. It was the first fully 3D polygonal Tales game and the first Tales game that was widely popularized in the U.S. Heck, it even had its own Tales development team named after it, Team Symphonia. It was well received, but had a few flaws if only because Namco Bandai was still figuring out the 3D Tales formula at the time. Now it’s back with an high-def facelift, along with it’s sequel Tales of Symphonia 2: Dawn of the New World, in the newly released compilation: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles. It’s a great remake that reminds us why we fell in love with the Tales franchise in the first place.
Another Case Solved is free to play, and since it's a puzzle game the developers could have turned this game into a freemium mess. The good news is you can investigate a ton of cases without opening your wallet, and that's definitely a good thing.
Solitude. Most believe a state of solitude to be a state of peace. In actuality it is a state of being alone, and it is up to the individual to find peace in that. In Nyamyam's Tengami, players must try to find their own sort of peace with this puzzler that's occasionally clever and often solitary.
R-Type II is a side scrolling arcade game that made its debut back in 1989. Now it's part of the iOS world, and for gamers who need a bit of sensory overload, this explosive shooter hits the target.
Rayman Legends has come to next generation consoles and Ubisoft wants fans to shake their controllers to the funky platforming beat once more.
Gauntlet, 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' and Zombies Ate My Neighbors all collide in Second Chance Heroes.
Whatever your high school experience was like, we doubt it was tougher than the one at Hope's Peak Academy. In Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, only the elite of the elite get admitted. Every student wants to get away with murder, but here, that desire is quite literal. Who needs friends when they're all trying to kill you?