There's something about playing life simulators that is extremely soothing, maybe it's the fact that there isn't much of a time pressure for you to complete objectives, or that your tasks for the day are subject to your own whimsy. My Time at Portia is a fresh entry into this genre, and I'm hoping that it brings something fresh into the mix.
kuso is a simple game, with simple mechanics, with the only innovation being a checkpoint that you can place anywhere you want. Simple isn't easy, and when it comes to kuso's design, it's obvious that a lot of love and care went to how your main character controls, and how he interacts with the environment around him.
Mercenary Kings is a run n' gun platformer that shooting, dodging, rolling, crafting and dying in various maps all over the world. You'll have the ability to create and customize the gun that fits your playstyle, knife enemies that get too close to you and farm for more materials.
Shadows of Adam is a classically styled JRPG that comes with all the traippings of the JRPGs from yesteryear. The art style and music harken back to the SNES days, with superb pixel art and catchy music, Something Classic has developed their take on the classic RPG.
LOCALHOST is a game that follows you on your first day of work at a robot chop shop and the strange interactions that follow.
Yook-Laylee is a game that will transport you back to the days of Banjo-Kazooie. It's a 3d collect-em-all platformer that proudly wear its influences on its sleeves.
Loot Rascals is a roguelike that will have yolu carefully planning your every move and brooding over every bit of loot and equipment that you'll discover. You'll need to correctly poredict enemy behavior, and plan your actions accordingly in order to survive.