Blizzard has just announced Hearthstone’s second expansion, complete with a brand new little ditty.
Back to Bed isn’t going to change the gaming landscape, but it has plenty of fun, Escher-inspired geometry puzzles guaranteed to entertain.
Some may be put off by the idea of purchasing a mod, but anyone who takes the plunge will be surprised by just how well Aperture Tag plays out.
If you have a co-op partner who enjoyed Trine or Portal 2, Space Farmers may be worth a look. For everyone else, there are plenty of cows out to pasture.
The Fall wants you to question what it means to be human in this puzzle platform throwback.
Munin is a sometimes frustrating also ran that does platforming worse than Super Meat Boy and puzzling worse than The Bridge.
Circuits is a music-based puzzle game designed around the concept of layered musical tracks. While this is an interesting concept, the execution needs work.
Dominique Pamplemousse attempts to blend point-and-click adventuring, a noir detective story, claymation and a musical, but is it successful?
If you’re the type to spend hours building castles in Minecraft and you’re willing to learn a new toolset, Planet Explorers will be right up your alley.
While the The Elder Scrolls Online didn’t exceed my expectations, it also didn’t fall beneath them. Simply put, I can only describe my experience with ZeniMax’s MMO with a wholehearted “meh.”