Until I Have You – Beta Demo


Until I Have You is a super tough story driven, retro cyberpunk action platformer that plays unlike anything you’ve tried before.

This is a platform game played entirely with the mouse, making even the simplest jump seem like a herculean feat. The basic controls are fairly simple, LMB attacks, RMB Jumps and clicking the Mouse wheel changes weapons. Where things get tricky are the movement … Read More

Fabric – Alpha Download


Fabric is a very impressive new first person puzzle game that allows you to bend space – squashing and extending sections of the level at will.

Your goal in each level is to reach the exit.  Once acquired, your bend gun allows you to connect any two red cubes that are on the same axis, squashing them together (and everything in-between them) and allowing you … Read More

Aerannis – Alpha Demo


Aerannis is a fun Megaman-esque action adventure with stealth elements that see’s you playing an assassin in a world populated only by women.

Having already completed a successful Kickstarter and Greenlit on Steam, Aerannis is off to a great start.  You play Ceydya, a Bulgarian-Turk trans-woman who has been cast aside from society, being seen as neither a ‘true Bulgarian’ or a ‘true woman’.  … Read More

The Last Sorrow – Prototype Download


Tooth and Claw Games has released an early version of their 2D action title: The Last Sorrow, which brings together excellent pixel art, addicting gameplay, and the first echos of an epic story.

From the start, the player begins as a prisoner in a lonely fortress filled with twisted wraith-like creatures absolutely bent on keeping the player there, whether as a captive or as … Read More

APT – Alpha Demo


APT is a very tough physics-based first person first-person puzzle platformer that’ll test your reflexes, skill and patience as it sets you challenges of near-insurmountable odds.

Comparisons can be drawn to Portal, in that you’re a test subject in a sterile looking laboratory, but APT is much more of a conventional platformer than Portal.  There are puzzles, but they’re not too tricky to … Read More