Sword and Adventurer is a 3D action RPG that’s rather unpolished and buggy. The audio drops out a lot, and the game crashed when I tried to exit. Gameplay is alright but feels unfinished. 4/10
T.A.R.S is a difficult horror/survival game where you travel across map markers and every bullet counts. Death means restarting from the beginning. It’s definitely rough, but it has potential. 4/10
Infinity Coloring Pixel is a simple casual game where you drag your mouse over numbered tiles to fill them with their corresponding colors. It’s not much of a game, but it might appeal to kids. 5/10
PR: Your amazing T-Gotchi! is a twisted simulator designed to show you want would happen if you neglected a human being like so many people neglected their Tamagotchis. Not a cheery game. 6/10
EA: Rhythmy is a hardcore bullet hell-like rhythm game that requires more hand-eye coordination than I have to offer. Everything is well polished and perfectly timed to the music. 6/10
LRRL or RLLR is a puzzle game that seems simple enough, but turns out to be tricky as you’ll quickly forget your position in the sequence due to the simple and repetitive steps. It’s alright. 5/10
While the Rushdown Revolt alpha is certainly rough around the edges, it offers a unique “spark” system that allows a lot of variety to your combo opportunities.
I ran into a few odd bugs, such as a part of the fourth tutorial that cannot be completed and issues with online matchmaking (getting stuck on 100% or entering into an empty match). The glitches are forgivable though, since it is an early alpha meant to iron out exactly those.
Personally, I think the spark system is a bit too complex/hectic for me to enjoy, but I do find it fun at times. I think part of my struggle with it was due to the floaty physics, but that is something that I would get used to with practice. 6/10
Union is a minimalistic puzzle game where you need to complete the paths between shapes by rotating or moving tiles. It’s simple in concept, but turns out to be quite fun in practice. 7/10
Once again, Mosaique Neko Waifus 3 proves to be the top of its genre by offering full animations, a varied skill tree, and a plot that develops through relationships with each girl. 7.5/10
Spun off from the anime/manga of the same name, Infinite Combate offers a dungeon crawling grind with a simple/rough combat system. It’s fun for fans, but might be tough to play otherwise. 6/10