I was extremely excited for Where's My Mommy, and on the trial run I found myself laughing at the broken condoms, bags of cocaine, and general memeness of the game. Upon coming back to Where's My Mommy however, I found the hilarious impact of it's shock humor had severely diminished. Developed by Exquisite Games, Review by Dayton Does.
Bridge Constructor Stunts takes the puzzling aspects of past Bridge Constructor titles and supercharges it. Build your own jumps and launch yourself to victory with Bridge Constructor Stunts! Published by Head Up Games. Developed by ClockStone. Review by Dayton Does.
Cally's Caves 3 is a colorful romp through varied environments. Certainly worth a look. Your parents have been kidnapped by a mad scientist named Herbert. This will make the third time in a row. The true definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results, so it seems Herbert is about as mad as they come. Published/Developed by VDO Games. Review by Dayton Does.
Punch Club appears from the surface to be a game about brutalizing your opponent, so there will be some that are inevitably disappointed to discover that Punch Club is a time-management simulator with a particularly unforgiving design. Humble beginnings are never easy, and Punch Club forces you to live that fact. Developed by Lazy Bear Games, publishes by tinyBuild. Review by Dayton Does.
Just Get Through is a roguelike platformer that will test your awareness, reflexes, and creative thinking. Most of your time in Just Get Through will be spent avoiding every sort of obstacle imaginable. There is a rather large learning curve, as you encounter new traps and decipher how to deal with them accordingly. This is part two of two double-header platforming reviews this weekend! Developed by Retrific. Review by Dayton Does.
Toby: The Secret Mine is a puzzle-platformer inspired by games like Limbo and Nihilumbra. It oozes graphical style and gets the obstacles will get exceedingly devious near the end of the game. Will you be able to overcome the puzzles inside? Not without some serious braining!! This is part one of two double-header platforming reviews this weekend! Developed by Lukas Navratil. Review by Dayton Does.
Stone Tales is a relatively uninspired indie platformer about two cave-brothers overcoming cave-adversity. While I found the entire game to be a rather sub-par experience, I must concede that basing the game around cavemen was a very inspired choice. This game is from Spain, but the broken English blends perfectly when playing a game about neanderthals. Unfortunately, this choice alone was not enough to save this title from a dismal final score. Review by Brandon Dayton.