Have you ever dreamed of starting your own tech company? Then the Indonesian game studio Algorocks has just what you’re looking for: Startup Panic! In this charming management simulation, you get to enjoy the thrills and the ups and downs of a company owner’s life — without the pressure of indebting yourself when things go wrong. And things will go wrong, but let’s not panic just yet and jump into the game instead.
A mobile game with which we can playfully delve deep into the mythology and history of Indonesia? That’s what the announcement for Dinasti Garuda, the first game from Nusantara Interactive Studio and released today for Android devices, sounds like.
Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins is a tie-in with the BBC show, becoming a sequel to the much-loved episode mentioned above. Will Whovians and beginners alike fall under the spell of this new mobile game? Read on to find out!
Ever since the rise of independent developers, 2D games have been resurrected to their former glory and beyond. Previously synonymous with platforming games, 2D mediums have been used in a wider variety of genres lately, including horror. Games like Limbo, Inside, Detention, and Lone Survivor have proven that 2D games can be terrifying too. Now, Philippines-based studio Colideas Games tries to take on the genre with their debut game Shadows: Cradle Island.
The most exciting thing about Labyrinth of Legendary Loot, a roguelike dungeon crawler from Dominaxis Games, is how agile the gameplay feels despite being turn-based. You’ll be zipping around, fire and poison spewing from your hands as arrows and energy waves and on the tile you were just at, before finally sticking your Brutal Axe into the skull of the wizard who’s been hiding behind a wall of spiders and bears since you entered the room. It feels fast (despite being, you know, turn-based), it feels intuitive, and like all the best roguelikes, RNG granting you an absolutely busted combination of loot feels amazing.