I, Dracula: Genesis is an action-packed roguelike shooter where you swap weapons and collect upgrades as you blast your way through islands and dimensions. It’s fun and still gives breathing room. 7/10
Gooberries is a Slime Rancher-like game with a more cartoonish style, making it more of a children’s game. It lacks polish, but if you’ve been looking for something similar then give this a try. 5/10
EA: Edge of Dreams is a confusing randomized shooter that’s still very early in development. At the moment I wouldn’t recommend it, but check back after it has more content and direction. 3/10
EA: WizardCraft Colonies is a colony simulator with a lot of features, and there’s no absence of new mechanics for you to learn. I don’t normally like this type of game, but this was fun. 6/10
EA: As a F2P successor to Facerig, I was expecting a limited but better experience – at the moment, Animaze is too rough/glitchy and featureless to use. It also didn’t run on my main computer. 3/10
EA: Shopkeepers Tale has a great concept but poor execution. You manage a shop where you sell items from dungeons, but the game is glitchy and often lags very badly. 3/10
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
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
Picture Perfect is a fetish visual novel about a dad making sexual advances towards his three daughters, complete with NSFW content. I’d consider that as far from picture perfect as you can get. 1/10
EA: Yorna: Monster Girl’s Secret is a NSFW RPG Maker title set in a world of magic and monster girls. The art is well done, but the maps and plot can be confusing at times. A journal would be useful. 6/10