Brandon Dayton reviews GRAV, a futuristic sandbox game featuring multiple worlds to explore. Build the biggest fortress you can, or be a roaming bandit stealing whatever you can from unlocked containers and houses. It's sorta Rust... IN SPAAACE!!
Brandon Dayton reviews BOID. In this aquatic RTS, command a legion of microscopic minions in a struggle for total control. Wonderful minimalist design, massive potential, and a tiered goals/pricing system (currently only $3!) mean this game is worth a look as soon as possible.
Brandon Dayton takes a look at an alien city-building RTS. While the look might be colorful and childish, you need to use some serious strategy or else your Mims could be ended quite quickly. Pests and predators are a constant threat. How will you go about building your alien metropolis?
In Mind, you play a man trapped in his mind. You decide that your goal is to get to the thalamus where you believe you will find your lost daughter or sister. To do this you walk through a number of different levels, solving puzzles to open doors. Along the way, the story is narrated and a umber of heavy handed metaphors are encountered.
Brandon Dayton takes a look at Starship Rubicon. A devilishly difficult space-ship roguelike combining elements of FTL, Luftrausers, and Asteroids.
While the title maybe silly, the gameplay in Drunken Robot Pornography is as serious a challenge as they come.