Better late than never, right? The Weeklong Deals are thick with adventures, particularly of the horror persuasion, if that’s your jam. Detention in particular is one that should not be missed. Aside from that it’s the usual grab-bag of indie platformers, hidden object titles, and the like.
I’m going to be stepping back a bit from big reviews to cover some smaller ones on my list, and give me a chance to recharge after my little ARPG series. This includes a one-day break tomorrow to make time for a review of a narrative game on Wednesday, which means no indie feature this week. I do have a few very notable titles to review later this month, and then boy oh boy do I have more fun in store for everyone in June!
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Detention (Review) – Spectacular Taiwanese horror adventure that will leave you wanting more
Refunct (Review) – Lovely little first-person puzzler with just enough beauty and charm
One Way Heroics (Review) – Splendid classic roguelike with a compelling sort of timer gimmick
9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek (review) – Kitschy horror hidden object game that hits some delightful B-movie notes
Shadowgate (Review) – The 2014 remake of the classic adventure makes some very smart changes while maintaining the spirit of the original
Nothing to God (Review) – Fascinating indie bullet hell adventure
Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi (review) – A classic first-person horror game with some surprising roguelike elements
Super 3-D Noah’s Ark (Review) – Definitely not the worst way to revisit the days of classic Wolf3D FPSes
Job the Leprechaun (Review) – Absolutely basic puzzle platformer that’s not a complete waste of time
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Hektor (review) – Terrible, obnoxious take on the horror walking sim genre
ENKI (Review) – Slightly less terrible take on the horror walking sim genre