Halo Infinite, while flashy and buggy at the moment, has promise. Unless microtransactions unbalance the game, I think it could become a solid entry for newcomers to the Halo franchise. 7/10
Who’s Lila? :: monochrome, point and click, facial expression simulator :: live a life in which you manually control your facial muscles, and need to make the correct response to proceed. 6/10
Blind Postman :: sliding tiles, collectable objects, straight line movement :: slide your way to the end of the level while collecting mail. It’s tricky when movable posts get involved as well. 6/10
Neko Beach is a jigsaw game where completing the puzzle unlocks animated artwork, either SFW or NSFW depending on the DLC. The animation is poor at best, but it’s not like this genre gets any better. 4/10
PR: IdleCoin Is a simple and slow idle game that starts out (for a very long time) as just a clicker. You practically need an autoclicker to get past that point, but the rest doesn’t offer much. 4/10
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
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
PR: Spooky Chase is an arcade platformer with (thankfully) short levels where you compete against your past movements. It’s difficult but interesting, and requires a lot of forethought. 6/10
PR: Dungeon Throne is rather simple and could use more layout variation, but it offers a fun platforming challenge as you magic your way through procedurally generated dungeons. 7/10