Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Altitude is an outstanding game, and really raises the benchmark for fast-paced indie games.
Altitude is a fresh experience, an addicting adventure that'll get your adrenaline rushing and strain your sweating hands as you clutch to your mouse. Maybe it's Altitude's polished mechanics that mak...
Comic-book visuals, mindless violence and lewd humour? What's not to like?
You play as Jack. "Just Jack". You're a new contestant in a Varrigan City's violent new game, Death Watch. An insane deathmatch-like competition where your objective is to kill your enemies in the ...
Puzzle games never gross the reputation other genres receive, but Portal is definitely deserving.
Portal is now sometimes obscured by Valve's bigger titles like Half Life and Team Fortress, its image clouded by more colossal series, but that does not douse its quality. Portal is, admittedly, a sh...
Does this game plummet from the heavens anew or does it fall flat on its face in the battlefield?
Yet another shooter where you play as taciturn, battle-hardened juggernaut in attires of bulky plate armour seamed with conspicuous lights, mowing down waves of enemies with a mysteriously never-endin...
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
Can an educational tool perform well as a game?
Dr. Kawashima's brain training is now the game that comes in a bundle with every DS and has sold millions of copies world wide. Millions of people around the world now attempt to sharpen their thinki...
Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour
It boasts nice controls and original Yu-Gi-Oh gameplay but there are a few problems.
In Yu-Gi-Oh Nightmare Troubadour you turn up in a new village as a amateur duellist and gradually exercise your abilities against numerous other randomly placed player. As you progress through the ga...