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Bryan is an indie game developer from Tampa, Florida. He has a passion for writing and has been gaming since the 80s. Favorite games: Super Metroid, Chrono Trigger, and Rez (Not necessarily in that order).
Gorgeous pixel art, fluid animations and fun, engaging gameplay define Forsaken Castle.
Wilmot’s Warehouse by Hollow Ponds is a relaxing game that allows you to organize objects in your disorganized warehouse... even when you can’t control your life as easily.
ToeJam & Earl seemed to perfectly sum up the feel of the late eighties and early nineties back when it was released back in 1991, defining an era of games and culture. Like the original, this new version provides a graphic overhaul but…
Splitgate: Arena Warfare by 1047 Games is a lot of things: combining the speed of Unreal Tournament, the guns of Halo and the ‘portal’ system of, well, Portal. What that formula then creates is nothing short of magical.
JackQuest: The Tale Of The Sword published by Blowfish Studios is a great action platformer with a unique pixel art style that scratches a nostalgic itch deep within me.
In Gato Roboto, by Doinksoft, you play as a cat named Kiki who uses her robot suit to explore a black-and-white world full of surprises.
Fighting games are often convoluted, but Fantasy Strike, by Sirlin Games, looks to change all that by simplifying the process and making fighting games accessible to all.
After simply watching the opening sequence of a bleak metropolis blanketed in thick clouds, it’s pretty obvious that Ape Tribe Games’ inspirations are worn proudly on their sleeves, but Disjunction also plays like a cyberpunk dream.