Bright Paw

Bright Paw

Bright Paw is a great puzzle adventure starring an adorable feline protagonist. The card-based movement mechanics make for interesting puzzles especially when special abilities are thrown into the mix. While not the most difficult puzzle game available, it’s very enjoyable and has a very polished look and feel.

Gameplay: Not very difficult, but quite fun.

Graphics: Lots of imaginative levels.

Sound: The soundtrack is beautiful and the standard of the voice acting very high

Wingspan Strategy Card Game Launching On Steam

Wingspan Strategy Card Game Launching On Steam

While there’s no shortage of strategy card games available on PC, it looks like Wingspan, the upcoming release by Monster Couch, is going to be a little different. Bird enthusiasts in particular should keep an eye out for this game, which can be played solo or with up to five other players. Wingspan is based on the award-winning board game of the same name and the Steam release is set for September 17, 2020

Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower Launching Soon On iOS And Android

Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower Launching Soon On iOS And Android

Some good news for Warhammer fans in search of turn-based strategy goodness on iOS and Android as Perchang has revealed the launch date for their upcoming game. Titled Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower, it will allow players to battle their way through hundreds of stages using their favorite champions from Warhammer’s Age of Sigmar. The setting is the chaotic Silver Tower, which is home to the Gaunt Summoner and all of his evil minions

Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages

Although the key to success in Rock of Ages is often speed instead of strategy, it is still an interesting mix of genres that is a lot of fun to play. The campaign mode is very funny, but also very short and easy, so you’ll want to play with friends to get the most out of this game. The tower defense elements are a bit underutilized using a giant boulder to crush everything in your path is so much fun that it doesn’t really matter.

Gameplay: Very entertaining, but not as much strategic depth as you might think.

Graphics: The art style is very unique and funny.

Sound: Very juvenile, but once again it’s hard not to smile while playing

Warhammer® 40,000: Dawn of War® – Game of the Year Edition

Warhammer® 40,000: Dawn of War® – Game of the Year Edition

Dawn of War is an addictive real-time strategy game that places the emphasis firmly on the action. Although you can play as four different races in skirmish or multiplayer modes, the campaign only gives you command of the Space Marines. The game is getting rather long in the teeth at this point, but it still holds up well and comes highly recommend to fans of Warhammer 40,000 in particular and the RTS genre in general.

Gameplay: The game is very addictive and there is rarely a dull moment.

Graphics: Large conflicts can still look bloody and impressive, but the graphics do show their age.

Sound: The soundtrack and effects are decent, but the voice acting can be hit or miss at times

Shadowrun Returns

Shadowrun Returns

The Shadowrun license lends itself perfectly to an in-depth and complex role-playing experience, but unfortunately, it feels like Shadowrun Returns just skims the surface. The story is interesting enough and there’s a handful of great characters to interact with, but at times it does feel like the game was dumbed down a little too much for casual audiences. The 2D artwork looks great and the soundtrack is very atmospheric, but by the end of the 12-hour campaign, we were left wanting more.

Gameplay: A lot of fun, but not as in-depth as we had hoped.

Graphics: The 2D artwork looks great, but the 3D character models could have been better.

Sound: No voice acting, but the soundtrack fits the game perfectly

Dog Duty ( Zanardi and Liza)

Dog Duty ( Zanardi and Liza)

Who are you going to call when the evil Octopus Commander and his army are threatening world-pace? Turns out it’s not a marine biologist like we thought, but actually a squad of misfits! In Dog Duty, by Zanardi and Liza, you are given control of this squad of misfits and tasked with taking down the well-armed octo-scum

Natural Instincts by Dreamstorm Studios

Natural Instincts by Dreamstorm Studios

There’s nothing as soothing as a good nature documentary, which is why Natural Instincts by Dreamstorm Studios caught our eye. The game promises to be an interactive nature documentary sim where players are given the opportunity to keep the balance. The game currently has a Kickstarter Campaign running to help generate the CA$15,000 needed to make it a reality

HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed

HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed

Hypercharge: Unboxed is a fun first-person shooter where the emphasis is squarely on co-op. Running around huge environments as an action figurine while blasting all manner of toy enemies is immensely enjoyable and there’s enough content here to keep players coming back for more. The visuals are exceptionally detailed and the design of the levels shows how much care has gone into the game. Some things could be improved, especially for solo players, but overall this is a must-have for co-op fans.

Gameplay: The game has a slight learning curve, but it is a lot of fun with friends.

Graphics: The scale of the levels is impressive and the game is crammed with small details.

Sound: Good sound effects and music, but the announcer can become a little annoying

Ruinarch Early Access Steam Launch Pushed Back To August 2020

Ruinarch Early Access Steam Launch Pushed Back To August 2020

Fans who have been looking forward to playing the devilishly fun simulation game, Ruinarch, will, unfortunately, have to wait a little longer. The developers, Maccima Games, and publisher, Squeaky Wheel Studio, released a joint statement about the new release date. Fans were originally promised a release date of May 2020, which has now been pushed back to August 2020