Posts in Nindies
Crimsonland Review

Crimsonland is a really cool top down survival game, with smooth gameplay and light RPG elements that may scratch that old arcade itch with a bit of modern flare. More variety in stages would’ve been nice, but taking down the massive enemy hordes is a blast.

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Nindies, ReviewsGary GrayComment
Green Game Timeswapper Review

For the price point, Green Game is excellent. You are going to get 1-2 hours of enjoyment out of this if you play through casually, but if you want to beat it 100%, I can guarantee you will pull your hair out and rage quit several times. If you were planning on buying a coffee for your commute to work in the morning, skip it and buy this instead.

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Reviews, NindiesPaul LloydComment
Red Game Without A Great Name Review

Red Game Without a Great Name is one of the lowest priced games in the eShop, and you get a fantastic touch screen puzzler for the small price point. The difficulty soon ramps up, giving you a major sense of accomplishment whenever you finish a stage. So if you're into touch screen puzzle games this might be right up your street.

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Reviews, NindiesGary GrayComment
Wulverblade Review

If you like your old school brawlers, and you’ve got a friend or family member you can team up with, Wulverblade is a fantastic game that you should definitely pick up. But if you’re flying solo, just be warned, you’re going to have to be a bit of a demon to get through it.

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Reviews, NindiesPhil MythComment
Xenoraid Review

Xenoraid is a must own for anyone looking for a classic style space shooter with a modern twist. Well constructed resource management gives Xenoraid a fresh edge that cuts through the stale traditions of other top down shooters, adding a surprising level of complexity and depth.

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Reviews, NindiesGary GrayComment
Yono And The Celestial Elephants Review

All-in-all Yono is a fantastic game that really shouldn’t be missed if you’re a fan of Zelda-like puzzles. With its beautiful graphics, simple mechanics and all out charm, Yono can be played by any member of the family. I’m hoping we'll be seeing more of the adorable little elephant in the future.

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Reviews, NindiesGary GrayComment
SteamWorld Dig 2 Review

Steamworld Dig 2 has a fairly simple mechanic at its core, but the way it goes about throwing different challenges at you, ensuring you use all of the items at your disposal, makes it an absolute joy to play through. It’s a superb game who’s only discernible flaw is that I just want more and more of it.

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Reviews, NindiesPhil MythComment