Gotta Collect ‘dem Coromon
Coromon is a fun monster-taming RPG that draws heavy inspiration from the classic Pokemon mainline series. Filled with over 110 unique creatures, over a dozen creature types, and pixel-perfect art style, Coromon not only piqued my interest, but captivated me throughout my adventure.
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The Squish Academy
After first seeing Squish at Play NYC 2021, I knew this would be a party game that I would sink my teeth into. Its simple premise with addictive gameplay was the exact party game I was looking to share with my friends. However, though the chaotic couch multiplayer antics are top-notch, there’s little beyond that for the single-player gamers.
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Flat Kingdom: Paper Cut Edition is an adorably realized game that draws obvious inspiration from the Paper Mario series. With a fun score, simple gameplay, and beautiful artstyle, it’s hard not to feature Flat Kingdom as an indie game that earns some extra attention from gamers.
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Time Loader is a small story-driven puzzle-platformer where you go back in time and explore a ‘90s house full of nostalgia and throwbacks. Though some of the puzzles linger a bit, the surprisingly dark tone and ambient audio intrigued me to explore the story of Time Loader.
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With the final day of PAX East 2022 officially done, we’re excited to close it out with five more games from the show floor that we loved. Most of them are roguelites, so feel free to read this article, learn something about these games, then read it again…
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The third day’s the charm with wonderful games at PAX East 2022. In today’s segment, we check out five games that had us playing golf for your survival, beat up some bad guys as a turtle, and change the fabric of reality with your memories.
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Deck the Halls with Awesomeness
Roguebook is a roguelite deck builder game that puts players into a world of strange creatures, mysterious abilities, and curious scenarios. With multi-faceted combat and exploration elements, paired with a slew of options on tackling both, Rougebook is an addictive adventure worth exploring.
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Lost, But Not Forgotten
Aztech Forgotten Gods is the latest game from the developers at Lienzo based in Mexico. Previously known for their award winning game, Mulaka, I was intrigued to see their new game creation. Unfortunately, despite a strong score and fantastic mythological inspirations, Aztec Forgotten Gods is a flawed game with uninteresting combat and flat story.
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A Quick Ember
Fire Tonight is a small narrative puzzle game by Reptoid Games that chronicles a couple’s journey to reconnect with each other while the city arounds them burns up. Though Devin and Maya’s story is simple, the gameplay and mechanics don’t rise above serviceable.
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Fasten Your Buttons for Fun
Button City is a charming narrative adventure game that focuses on a small community of vibrant characters to explore and meet. With a delightful story, dynamic aesthetic, and adequate mechanics, Button City creates a fun and heartwarming encounter.
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