This series is a desperate attempt to save money by reviewing games that are, for the most part, free. Whether that’s demos, game jam things on itch, or anything anyone cares to donate to me in some form, if I didn’t have to pay for it, I’ll give it a brief review with these conditions:
For a game that contains so many different elements, this demo teases just enough to have me begging for more
This is a real joy, a retro title done so well that it’s slightly cruel it’s not a full game!
Perfect for mobile, but with added depth than that implies, Card Hog plays great and is evolving fast!
Tight arcade action dressed up in a Gameboy costume. Ride the bubble!
A highly-promising bundle of classic platforming action.
An unnerving experience makes this atmospheric ‘short’ fresh & fun.
This small game distills the essence of the survival genre with some highly inventive mechanics.
A simple twist on a classic concept, with plenty of content in the demo.
Gorgeous audio/visuals and a promising adventure, but I end up on the fence.
Yellow Fins looks OK, but it’s just a mobile game with very little appeal, and the demo does it no favours at all.
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