April 4, 2017 2:45 PM | Thomas Faust
Warlocks with silly hats, awkward swimming, a racing game without roads, and retractable sloth tongue bridges... sounds like yet another Trailer Roundup is upon us!
Windows, OSX, Linux | $14.99 | Available now
From developer 11 bit Studios: "Travel back to 1986 as former detective Jack Kelly. Framed for murder, demoted to the lowest ranks, and forgotten by old pals, this is your last chance to uncover the truth behind this terrible mess. Just don't forget about writing tickets. You're a beat cop, after all."
An Oath To The Stars
Windows, OSX, Linux | $TBA | Release TBA
From developer Himeki Games: "modern hardcore danmaku SHMUP about revenge, friendship and honour." Make sure to check out the demo.
Warlocks 2: God Slayers
Windows | $TBA | Release TBA | Greenlight
From developer Frozen District: "Warlocks 2: God Slayers is an action-packed hack 'n slash experience with wizards and meteor showers." And a silly hat, because silly hats are important.
From developer Lozange Lab: "Swim Out is a strategic, turn-by-turn puzzle game where you control a swimmer who wants to get out of a pool, a river or the sea without touching any swimmers."
Dead End Job
Windows, PS4, Xbox One | $TBA | 2018
From developer Ant Workshop: "You take on the role of a worker at Ghoul-B-Gone - the #1 experts in paranormal pest control. Ghosts are captured using a tug-of-war mechanic and every ghost you catch, citizen rescued, and job completed is added to the client's bill."
PS4, Xbox One | $TBA | Release TBA
From developer Lost in the Garden: "LIGHTFIELD is a crossover between classical arcade racing and free flying. It's like wall running with a space ship, like a hyperfuturistic and omnidirectional version of parkour. A racing game with no predefined roads, no invisible walls or guide rails."
Windows | $TBA | April 2017
From developer Encircle Games: "Corroded is an online Arena Brawler where up to six players fight and push each other out of a shrinking arena." This trailer just oozes style!
Windows, OSX | $15 | April 5, 2017
I don't even know where to begin here. Seriously. Paradigm may be one of the wonderfully weirdest adventures to grace your screen - and this particular genre attracts wonderful weirdness like no other, so that's saying something. There's also a demo version available, if you want to give it a try.
The Gardens Between
Windows, OSX | $TBA | late 2017
From developer The Voxel Agents: "The Gardens Between is an adventure puzzle game that tells an evocative story about what it means to grow up, what must be let go what should never be left behind."