Moonlighter has an interesting premise, but it’s very repetitive and it often feels like you’re just doing the same thing over and over again.
Furquest is one of the most chaotic, bizarre, strangest RPGs I have ever played and I received an immeasurable amount of joy from playing it.
Robotrek has several interesting ideas that make up its core concept. Unfortunately, there isn’t enough for a worthwhile game.
Around the early 2010s, there was a surge of indie games with retro graphics and gameplay. Rogue Legacy gives its take on the roguelike genre.
Pixelot is a game that does a lot with very little. It’s well put together, challenging, and a welcome entry in a classic genre.
Faxanadu puts you in the head of an adventurer who has to rise up and carry on in the place where other potential heroes have fallen.
Secret of Evermore feels ostensibly 90s and it just holds a very special place in my heart. I just wish that it could have been a bit more.