Planetbase is one of the most simple, yet charming, space-colony management games I've had the pleasure of experiencing. Manage power and water to keep your base operational and full of precious, life-giving oxygen. An amazing triumph that packs in simplicity and depth. Developed/Published by Madruga Works. Review by Dayton Does.
Noct is an atmospheric survival horror as seen from a satellite orbiting the planet, or rather the remains of it. Scavenge food, water, and weapons as you attempt to complete objectives set before your tiny survivor by a mysterious voice in the sky. Of course, not all is as it seems. There indeed be monsters. Developed by C3SK, distributed by Devolver Digital. Review by Brandon Dayton.
Solar Shifter EX is a shoot-em-up that will take your breath away. The gorgeous backgrounds, wonderful music, and varied biomes are absolutely a treat. Developed by Elder Games, Distributed by Headup Games, Review by Brandon Dayton.
Arson and Plunder is a beat-em-up that puts you in control of a pyromancer elf named Arson, and a brutish Orc Warrior named Plunder. You can switch back and forth freely for most of the stages, and deciding which character is best for the situation is supremely satisfying. Will you hang back and try to kite the baddies with magic? Perhaps you prefer to charge in and break things with your axe? They're both the right answer. Developed by Chainsaw Syndicate, Distributed by Headup Games, Review by Brandon Dayton.
iZBOT is a fantastically difficult platformer with a variety of enemies and obstacles. While you've probably played something similar before, iZBOT is exceptionally polished and surely worth a try if you can win a Steam key for free. Riiiight? Big thanks to Ruxar for supporting this giveaway, and to Daniel Stern for developing this gem. Review by Brandon Dayton.
Ever wanted to be a superhuman? Cross of the Dutchman is an action-adventure tale based on the true story of the folk legend Pier Donia. Big Pier as he was called, was 7 feet tall and strong enough to bend a coin between his thumb and forefinger. Who needs the Hulk? Does the game hold up? Click here and find out. Developed by Triangle Studios, review by Brandon Dayton.